Vegan Fudgesicles

Vegan Fudgesicles – easy and delicious homemade pops made using Avocado for that Fudgy, rich, cold and creamy texture – what more could you ask from a frozen treat?. Perfect summertime dessert!

Hi everyone! So its that time of the year where almost all US schools have started or are about to start soon. Both my boys R2 and R3 started their school yesterday and I was so emotional when my little guy R3 was off to his first year in elementary school. Time flies! We were at Target, one of our favorite stores, for shopping school supplies and clothes.  While shopping R3 asked me for a cute favor which I could not say no to. He saw chocolate popsicles at target and said Mom, can you please make the one you make at home for us?  I’m not talking about just any fudgesicle, either. I’m talking about a creamy, fluffy, melt-in-your-mouth, dairy-free Vegan Fudgesicle that packs a nutrient-punch with an interesting ingredient. Do check out the recipe below!

 I love making sweet treats packed with healthy goodness ( healthy treats recipes ) but I think this one is my all time favorites. When you think it couldn’t get any better it does. Let me let you in on another secret: this Vegan Fudgesicle only takes 5 minutes to whip up and few torturous hours to freeze 😛
  1. 2 Avocado skinned and pitted
  2. 1/2 cup Dark Cocoa powder
  3. 3/4 cup Cashew milk/ any milk of your choice
  4. 1/4 cup Maple syrup /Agave/Honey
  5. some mini chocolate morsels/optional
  6. 10 Icepop wooden sticks


  • Combine all ingredients in food processor or blender until smooth.
  • Use a piping bag to get filling into the molds (to avoid a mess). Tap the containers so that the air bubbles pop.
  • Stick in the freezer overnight, or until they freeze. (I like to freeze mine for like 24 hrs before eating).
  • If your fudgesicles are hard to remove from their containers- run the popsicle mold under hot water briefly and the fudgesicles will come loose.
  • If you don’t have popsicle molds, you can pour the mixture into paper cups or ice cube trays and stick them with wooden sticks. Let the mixture freeze for 30 minutes before inserting the sticks if you’re not using a mold to be sure that they stay straight.


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Oh yum! I could eat all of those. I bet you couldn't even tell they were vegan.
Chris Collins
Vegan Fudgesicles, how yum! Can't wait to give this recipe a go!! Thanks for sharing :)
That looks like a yummy treat...I love desserts....simple recipe ...great presentation.. Thank you.
Maartje van Sandwijk
These look soooo good! Definitely going to make them for my host kids once they are back at school as well! :)
Using avo to make fudgey popsicles is so interesting, they sound super tasty x
Wow! Those look incredibly delicious and love them even more because they are vegan. Can't wait to try these out. Great job, keep these recipes coming :)
Stine Mari
These look so dreamy and yummy! Very creamy, mmm
Jennifer Maune
Yum!! Adding chocolate chips is a nice touch - something I wouldn't have thought of when making homemade popsicles! These look good!-Jennifer
Patricia @ Grab a Plate
These sure do look fabulous! I love that you've added avocado! What a fun treat - I must try them!
Diana Johnson
Oh these look amazing. Must try!

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