Nutella Pudding Pops

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

A Popsicle is the best kind of summer treat for a kid.  So when I told the kids I was experimenting with popsicles, the kids gave me some ideas.  We love Nutella around here and so we thought we'd make Nutella popsicles.  After a couple different tries we decided that it was best made as a pudding pop.  So put on your apron, and get ready to make your kids smile.

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Post by: Jen
Ingredients:
 3 c cold milk
3/4 c Nutella (chocolate hazelnut spread)
1 small box chocolate pudding

Directions:
Pour the milk into a bowl and then add the Nutella to the milk.
 Blend well so that all the Nutella is all mixed into the milk.
 Now add the pudding mix and blend until it is all mixed well.  No need to continue until it's pudding texture, because you want to be able to pour it into your popsicle molds.

However, if you want to continue mixing until it is much thicker, there is nothing wrong with Nutella pudding.
Pour into popsicle molds, or Dixie cups or even a square pyrex pan if needed.  (you could cut out squares of pudding pops later with toothpicks inserted in the middle)  Place into freezer for at least 4 hours or until frozen.
 Meanwhile, lick the bowl.
When they are frozen, run hot water around the bases of the popsicles for an easy release.  Get out your napkins, because your kids are bound to have some chocolate smiles when you're done.

Now if you would like to eat this for yourself, but not as a popsicle, then I have a grown up version using the same ingredients.

Pour your chocolate mixture into small plastic cups. (like the Dixie cup size).  Place in freezer to freeze completely.

When it is frozen, run hot water around the outside of the cup and invert it onto your serving plate.
Gently squeeze cup to release the frozen chocolate.  Then add fruit of choice to the plate.  Make sure to work quickly because it will melt.


Now everyone in the family can enjoy a frozen chocolaty Nutella treat!  Yea for summertime!
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3 comments:

K August 14, 2012 at 10:18 AM  

How can you possibly go wrong with this combination? We are definitely going to try these this week!

teresa August 14, 2012 at 5:08 PM  

i'm a fan of anything with nutella!

Margarita,  August 14, 2012 at 6:30 PM  

I surely going to try this!!! Thank you!

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