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A couple weeks ago I busted out my ice pop molds for the first time this summer. I forgot how easy and fun it is to make homemade ice pops with ingredients that we normally keep in the house. It sure beats a late night run to the grocery store when an after dinner dessert craving hits.
I recently received a carton of Blue Diamond chocolate almond milk to try out and create a recipe with as part of the Blue Diamond tastemakers program. Since I like to have something sweet but not too sweet after dinner I thought it would be fun to make chocolate peanut butter almond pops. I ended up with the most delicious creation that I’ve enjoyed as a summer evening snack.
Here’s what you will need:
- 2 cups Blue Diamond AlmondMilk Chocolate
- 1/3 cup Powdered Peanut Butter
- 1 banana
1) Place all ingredients and blend them until smooth.
2) Take the mixture and pour into the popsicle mold.
3) Freeze overnight
When you’re ready to enjoy your chocolate pb almond pops they might be hard to get out of the ice pop mold. I recommend taking them and running some hot water over them as you remove them from the mold.
This recipe will make 4 chocolate pb almond pops. Our ice pop mold can make 6 ice pops so if you want to make more then I would suggest making the following modifications:
- 3 cups Blue Diamond AlmondMilk chocolate
- 1/2 cup Powdered Peanut Butter
- 1 and a half bananas
I really enjoy the taste and convenience of being able to make homemade pops for summertime. These chocolate pb almond pops feel decadent, yet not overly sweet which is what I really love most about them. I highly recommend them as a delicious summer treat!
What about you? Have you ever made homemade ice pops? What did you think? Post in the comments and let me know.
Yum! Soooo ridiculously easy! But peanut butter powder? Never knew it even existed! I may have to try this with regular peanut butter and a dash of chia seeds to help thicken things up.