These chocolate chia pudding pops are made out of fudge and banana slices. Simple and wholesome ingredients make up this yummy frozen treat!
I feel like this summer has flown by! I can’t believe school is about to start up again..Maybe it already has for some of you. Although I prefer the milder weather of the spring and fall, there are so many things about summer that I love:
freshly squeezed lemonade
Popsicles are one of the easiest frozen treats to make, which may or may not be why I like them so much;) They’re also pretty fool-proof. I mean, you can practically freeze any liquid in the pop molds and they will turn into a perfect popsicle after a few hours in the freezer.
My favorite popsicle growing up was a fudgsicle. I’ve been thinking of a way to recreate a healthier version of that fudgy, pudding pop, and chia pudding came to mind!
It’s best to use chia pudding that has already gelled. I combine the milk, chia seeds, and other ingredients and let it rest for a few hours until it’s thickened. Then combine the pudding, along with the banana slices, into your molds. I bought my molds at Williams Sonoma several years ago, but they haven’t carried them since. If you’re looking for a similar one like mine that uses wooden popsicle sticks, this popsicle maker on Amazon is the closest mold I’ve found.
If you don’t like banana or if you’d like to change it up, try using another fruit instead—cherries, strawberries, raspberries, or kiwi would be all be awesome in these!
These make the perfect, healthy after school treat for the kids or for you! What better way to reward a long and hard days work 🙂
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