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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?

It is a nice one. i like this one.  I will make this at home for sure. Buy my house for cash

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I cant even begin to describe how freaking easy and AMAZING these are! Love em and so did the entire family. I even used turbinado and though the mixture was a bit granulated at first I just kept blending and it whipped smooth and creamy and was completely perfect!!

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omg yum! :D i bought a box of tofu at the beginning of summer for this recipe and finally made these today. i don't know why i waited so long, i am hooked! also, i misplaced my popsicle molds so i used silicone muffin cups instead. will be making these even during the winter heeheee

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Oh bejeez! These are fan-freaking-tastic!!  I made mine in some popsicle molds from my childhood. All the better  :)>>>

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I first made this recipe when I was a new vegan in 2006. I didn't like it, as I thought it had a tofu aftertaste. Now I have a toddler and thought I'd try again. I'm not sure if my tastebuds have changed, or if it is that I was using a different type of tofu...but I love it now! And so does my daughter. I added a big handful of spinach for good measure (I have a Vitamix, so I can get the greens smoothly blended), and no one was the wiser.

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Oh my gosh! I made these and I just had my first one, they are fantastic  :)>>>
Very rich and delicious, and super easy, I didn't really measure anything, but the best thing is you don't need to (plus it gives you good reasons to eat spoonfuls of the pudding mixture for 'taste testing purposes'  ;)) and it all only took me about 5 minutes.
Wonderful recipe, very easy!
Next time I will experiment with coconut milk instead of soy, and might add in a banana and all sorts of other things. Anyway, great stuff, thanks! Everyone should try these.

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These are really really good. I just made the strawberry version today. In response to one of the previous comments about freezing them in cups and it being icy-- these are really suited to be made in popsicle molds. When frozen that way they have the "right" popsicle texture. However I've made it as ice cream and you either have to use an ice cream maker or stir it a lot while freezing to decrease the iciness.

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These are delicious! I'm so glad I can eat fudgesicles again!

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Everyone MUST try these! They are phenomenal!  :)>>> Enough said.

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It's 90°F in upstate NY today, and now that I've read this recipe...DO WANT! ^_^ I'll have to try it asap.

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