I knew there was a reason that we bought the Costco Nutella, for recipes like this. Recipes that put the store bought fudge pops to shame. It’s delicious, creamy and freezes to the perfect fudge pop texture.
Nutella Fudge Pops
2 cups cool whip
2/3 cup nutella
1 cup milk
Whip the cool whip, nutella and milk together with a whisk until combined. Freeze for twenty four hours in your favorite popsicle molds and get ready to enjoy the best popsicles that you’re going to have this summer.
Tip: When you’re using popsicle molds that you stick in the freezer, make sure to freeze them for at least twenty-four hours. This way, you’re going to be easily able to get them out of the molds.
Our current favorite molds are these $7 molds from Superstore, for six. There’s an easy to fill try, covers and molds and they’re the perfect large sized popsicles.