Whenever I can add chocolate to my day, it’s a beautiful day. This weekend my sweet daughter and I got a little busy in the kitchen creating a recipe using Nesquik Chocolate Powder. We stir things up by making this fudgy pudding pop recipe you’ll be craving for the remainder of your summer days.
Dairy-Free Fudgy Frozen Pudding Pop Recipe
This fudgy frozen pudding pop recipe will melt in your mouth and are a great way to use up those overripe bananas you have in your kitchen. Join me let’s Stir Things Up using Nesquik Chocolate Powder for more than chocolate milk.
Please note: This recipe makes 8 pudding pops. It’s recommended to enjoy one portion per person.
What you need:
- ½ cup full-fat can coconut milk
- 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
- ½ cup of water
- Three overripe bananas
- 2 tbsp of cornstarch
- Pinch Pink Himalayan Salt
- ¾ cup Nesquik Chocolate Powder
- Slowly heat on low the following ingredients: full-fat can coconut milk, unsweetened almond milk, and water in a pot. Stir and watch it carefully, so you don’t burn your milk.
- Once your milk is warm, whisk in all powder ingredients: cornstarch, pink Himalayan salt, and Nesquik Chocolate Powder. Keep heating your pudding on low and continue stirring the mixture.
- Meanwhile, mash up three overripe bananas and add them to the warm mixture. Your mixture will start to thicken and form bubbles around the edges of the pot. At this point, your mixture is done.
- Add the mixture to your frozen pop molds. We tried to use a funnel which didn’t work as planned. I would suggest using a teaspoon to fill the molds.
- Freeze for 2 to 3 hours and enjoy!
Tip: We found the pudding pops to come out of the molds easily with a quick rinse of warm water around the base.
Tip: If you have a little one with texture issues and prefer your Frozen Banana Chocolate Pudding Pops without banana chunks you can run the mixture through your high-speed blender.
Stir Things Up
- Sub the overripe bananas for strawberries.
- Add a couple of drops of peppermint extract for a chocolate mint flavor.
- Add a pinch of cinnamon and walnuts for a banana bread pudding pop.
- This recipe filled eight frozen pop molds. You can easily double, triple or quadruple the recipe to fit your needs.
Dairy-Free Fudgy Frozen Pudding Pop Recipe is:
- Quick and easy to make
- Is another way to use up those overripe bananas you have in the kitchen.
- Gets the kids in the kitchen learning.
Did you know? Nesquik Chocolate Powder has reduced the sugar by 33% and has no artificial sweeteners, plus it is fortified with Vitamins.
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Disclosure: This post is sponsored. I was asked to create a recipe using Nesquik Chocolate Powder and Stir Things Up! This recipe, all views and or experiences are always that of my own.