Happy [Early] Fathers Day!!!
To my father, and all the wonderful, hard working fathers out there – happy fathers day weekend! Thank you for everything you do :).
This is for you…
I thought and thought and thought of what I wanted to make my dad for fathers day.
I wanted it to be perfect.
I wanted it be thoughtful.
I wanted it be something he liked.
I wanted it to be something that reminded me of him.
How could I sum that all up into one dessert? And so I continued thinking and thinking and I think I got it!
… Fudgesicles …
Fudgesicles don’t scream fathers day. But it does to me. We’ll not necessarily fathers day, but more so reminds me of my dad. I remember me and my dad eating fudgecsicles when I was young. It wasn’t a huge thing when I was young, just a small thing that reminds me of my dad. Its such a small memory, but its those smaller memories that mean something.
Here you go dad, I made you a fudgesicle! Have as many as you like 🙂.
One for me and one for you!
A fudgesicle is a fudge popsicle. It’s chocolaty, fudgy, and delicious. And you can make them in no time. It takes no more than 15 minutes to make the liquid fudge. Then you pour the fudge in cups and freeze. I froze mine overnight to be sure they were fully frozen.
I made these on a very very very hot day! So you can see they started melting within minutes of taking them out of the freezer. Unless you have an icebox for a kitchen, I would recommend enjoying these right out the freezer. But they do look yummy all melting and messy, don’t they?!
Enjoy the fudgy goodness on a stick 🙂!
Fudgesicles (Fudge Popsicles)
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Makes: 4-6 Popsicles, depending on the side of your cups/molds
For the Fudge
½ cup Sugar
2 tbsp. Cornstarch
2 tbsp. Cocoa Powder (I used Valrhona)
2 ½ cups Milk
1 tsp. Vanilla
1 tbsp. Unsalted Butter
To Assemble the Popsicles
4-6 5-ounce Plastic or paper cups
4-6 Wooden popsicle sticks
Or you can use a popsicle mold if you have one
In a small saucepan, combine the sugar, cornstarch, cocoa powder, and milk. On medium heat, whisking constantly, heat up the mixture until it thickens – about 10-20 minutes. Remove the mixture from the heat and whisk in the vanilla and butter.
Pour the fudge into the cups/molds evenly. Place in the freezer for 10 minutes. Stick one popsicle stick in the middle of each popsicle. Complete freezing until firm, at least 4 hours.
Serve and Enjoy 🙂!
Recipe from Food.com.