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Fudgsicles!

What you need: 

1 (12 ounce) package silken tofu (I use Mori-Nu)
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup cocoa powder
1 tablespoon oil
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1/8 teaspoon salt

What you do: 

1. Blend all ingredients together.
2. Pour into popsicle molds, freeze and enjoy!
These things are addicting, I swear. Even my milk-addict little sister loves them. Try them!

Preparation Time: 
5 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
4-6
Recipe Category: 

SO HOW'D IT GO?

nice pics (as usual), VS!

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Oh, I also wanted to mention that these are great for little ones since they don't seem to melt as fast or drip like a normal frozen treat.

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These were fun, awesome and easy to make!  These are very kid (and adult) friendly...if you don't want a pop, just make the pudding mixture...it is sooo good!

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i just ordered some Popsicle molds off of amazon specifically to try this recipe...i used to LOVE fudgesicles! I can't wait!

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hmmm, i think i need to buy some popsicle molds...

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I can't wait to try these!  I was craving a snack and decided to make these.  Of course, they are currently in the freezer...but the batter is so amazingly good. 

I got four pops out of this.  I'm sure it could make 6-8, but my batter...got...uh...eaten...

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Fantastic recipe - my daughter loves them! She'll be good all day if I promise her these as a treat!!!

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i haven't had the frozen product yet, just the drips that fell off my blender spout...i can hardly wait for the finished product!!!

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These are absolutely GREAT!  I used fructose instead of sugar, I TSP of vanilla,
and added 1/2 cup of  Vanilla LIGHT Silk soymilk, left everything else the same.  I had enough mixture to fill 9 of my Tupperware "popsicle" molds. My husband
LOVES them. (so do I)  It  has been YEARS since I ate a storebought Fudgesicle but I " think"  these taste exactly the same?  Only MUCH BETTER and healthy cause I KNOW everything that is in these.....and can pronounce all the words.  8)  Yea, I now have a quick cool summer treat that I can keep stocked up on!!
Thanks, bunnyrabbit

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fan-freakin-tastic!!! in fact, i'm eating one right now. we added a bit of soymilk and think we'll a bit more next time. i can't wait to try variations - i think one time i'm going to do add some peanut butter!   :)

ugh, forgot to preview. sorry for the added word!

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