5-ingredient Cookies and Cream Fudgesicles

There aren’t a whole lotta foods these days that can teleport me back to my childhood, but friend – these 5-ingredient Cookies and Cream fudgesicles sure can! This recipe is fast and easy, requires minimal ingredients, and there is not 1 ounce of cooking involved. 
 
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7 fudgesicles are scattered across a pan that has ice and chocolate sandwich cookies on it

What is it about frozen fudge that is so darn unforgettable?! Wait. Don’t answer that! 

When the temperature starts climbing outside I immediately start looking to my freezer for delicious treats to satisfy my cravings while simultaneously cooling me down. Honestly, it seems like we went straight from winter to summer here in Atlanta! It’s already hot and humid – that sticky sort of heat that can be relentless! Which means it is a good time to start stock piling my freezer full of frozen goodies like these 5-ingredient Cookies and Cream Fudgesicles. 
 
9 cookies and cream fudgesicles are scattered across a sheet pan that has a layer of frozen water and shattered ice on it. There are also chocolate sandwich cookies scattered amongst the fudgesicles

While these fudgesicles may look and taste like the ones we ate as kids, I can assure you they are a far superior pop. Let me explain:

  1. The Fudgesicles of our youth were LOADED with sugar, corn syrup, and corn syrup solids (what even is that?) They were like individual little sugar bombs just waiting to send you over the edge. My homemade version only has a 1/2 cup granulated sugar but if that still seems like a bit much to you – you can easily cut the measurement in half to a 1/4 cup per batch.
  2. Store bought fudgesicles don’t offer you a protein boost like my 5-ingredient Cookies and Cream Fudgesicles do!! I incorporated an entire 11.5 ounce container of Premier Protein Cookies and Cream Shakes into the recipe which adds a whopping 30 grams of protein to the recipe. So, now you can simultaneously up your protein intake, while curbing your sweet tooth and beating the heat with a frozen treat all at the same time! 
  3. You can throw these 5 ingredients in a blender and have these pops in the freezer WAY faster than you can drive down to the store and buy a box of fudgesicles. That is a solid win in my book! 
A bottle of Premier Protein Cookies and Cream protein shake is sitting on a tray with fudgesicles and chocolate sandwich cookies.
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7 fudgesicles are scattered across a pan that has ice and chocolate sandwich cookies on it

5-ingredient Cookies and Cream Fudgesicles

  • Author: This Mess is Ours
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes plus chill time
  • Total Time: 15 minutes plus chill time
  • Yield: 12 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Frozen
  • Cuisine: Gluten Free

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Ingredients

1 cup raw cashews, soaked overnight, rinsed and drained
1 (13.5 ounce) can unsweetened, full fat coconut milk
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup unsweetened, cocoa powder

Instructions

Combine the cashews and Premier Protein Cookies and Cream Shake in a high speed blender and process until creamy. Add the coconut milk, sugar, and the cocoa powder then blend again to combine. Pour the mixture into popsicle molds, add popsicle sticks, cover and freeze for 6-8 hours or overnight. 
 
Once frozen fudgesicles will keep for up to 2 months. 

Keywords: popsicle, fudgsicle, protein

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