I had some jello tins leftover from my candle making, and I wanted to use them as popsicle molds. I was searching for a nice healthy recipe when I stumbled across these Nutella popsicles. I quit kidding myself about the healthy thing and picked up a fresh jar of Nutella. These are like fudgsicles—but better!
1/2 cup nutella
1 1/2 cups chocolate almond milk (I think any kind of milk will do)
Whisk the nutella and milk together until the mixture is smooth. Make sure your tins are clean and dry, and pour the nutella mixture into each tin. Place the filled tins in the freezer. After an hour poke sticks* into each popsicle, and put them back in the freezer to finish hardening for about 1–2 hours (this takes longer if you are impatient and keep opening the freezer to see if the popsicles are ready to eat yet). To remove the popsicles from the tins fill the sink with a few inches of hot water and dip the bottom of each tin into the water until the popsicle loosens enough to slide out of the mold. It only takes about a one second dunk—don’t over do it or they will melt! The recipe makes 6 little jello tin popsicles.
*Don’t mind my weird popsicle sticks. I didn’t have any regular sticks on hand, so I cut some skewers in half and used those (after removing the pointy ends of course).