Protein Fudgsicles

These super simple chocolate Fudgesicles are so rich and creamy, but made without any dairy at all! Made simply with only a handful of ingredients these naturally sweetened popsicles will be loved by both kids and adults alike.

Dairy-Free Chocolate Fudgesicles

These simple but delicious Fudgesicles are made with coconut milk and chocolate and require no special machine to make them other than a blender and a popsicle mold. They’re creamy and delicious. But best of all there is a hidden nutritional component to it! You can optionally add either a protein powder of choice or collage protein to your fudgesicle to give it super powers!

Ingredients needed for Healthy Fudgesicles

  • Coconut milk
  • Dark chocolate chips (dairy-free, if you need it)
  • Protein powder of choice or Collagen Peptides
  • Vanilla Extract
  • Maple syrup

How to Easily Get Popsicles Out of the Mold

There are a few tricks you can use to get popsicles out of the molds but the easier one I’ve tried so far is to stick the popsicle mold in a big bowl of hot water. Place the entire mold inside of the water, making sure though not to get any of the water inside of the popsicles. Leave it in there for about 30 seconds and remove. Then all of the popsicles should easily pop out! If you have individual molds than you can stick each popsicle in a tall glass of hot water.

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Protein Fudgsicles

Super simply chocolate fudgesicles with an added secret ingredient to make it just a little more nutrient dense!

Yields 6
Prep Time 8 minutes

Total Time 8 hours 8 minutes
Recipe Type: Dessert
Cuisine Gluten-free, dairy-free, Paleo
Difficulty: Easy
Author: Lexi
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  1. Add coconut milk and chocolate to a medium pot. Heat over medium heat and and whisk together occasionally until the chocolate is fully melted.
  2. Add remainder of the ingredients and whisk until fully combined.
  3. Pour into popsicle molds and let freeze over night.

Recipe Notes

  1. Be sure to use dairy-free chocolate if you require it!


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August 17, 2019

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27 responses to “Protein Fudgsicles”

  1. Lee says:

    TOTALLY MAKING THESE. Is Mikey your hand model!? #werkit

  2. So cool, no ice cream maker needed and love the extra protein in these!

  3. The fact that these are made from healthy ingredients just blows my mind! It’s a great excuse for me to indulge more chocolate without making me feel guilty. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. Kathleen says:

    I was excited about this because the icons showed dairy free, but the protein suggested is whey protein. Has anyone tried hemp protein to see if it affects the taste?

  5. Brittany says:

    Would I be able to use chocolate protein powder instead of melting chocolate?

    • Lexi says:

      Part of the creaminess comes from the chocolate coconut milk mixture so I wouldn’t omit the step.You can use chocolate protein though, instead of natural.

  6. Katka says:

    hi Lexi, it looks perfect! please can you tell me how much is one can of coconut milk? thank you!

  7. Sally says:

    Is this 1/3 cup dark chocolate a POWDER or chocolate bar?

  8. These look fantastic, I love fudgesicles! I made them last summer with coconut milk but I didn’t think of putting protein powder in them! What an awesome idea!

  9. LOVING these!! I am totally going to be making these this summer!

  10. GiGi Eats says:

    I have to get me some popsicle molds and EXPERIMENT!!! my favorite ice cream flavor was by far mint chocolate chip, but I did love that cookie dough as well!

  11. Bethany says:

    1/3 Cup Chocolate Chocolate?? Powder? Melted solid chocolate? Going to try with pea powder to make diary free!

  12. April says:

    I am going to try with almond milk and see if that works.

  13. Kim says:

    Can I just omit protein powder or sub gelatin?

  14. Annmarie says:

    These are right up my alley! They look SO delicious and refreshing!

  15. Look great and healthy. I’m sure these would work out with plant based protein powder. Pinned!

  16. Stephanie says:

    Can you use Chocolate Coconut Milk? I’m pretty sure I’ve seen this in stores
    Worth trying anyways!

  17. Ziggy says:


    Awesome recipe ๐Ÿ™‚ would it be ok if I shared it on my Instagram page please?

    Thank you

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