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Mint-Chocolate-Chip Fudge Pops

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Roses are red.

Mint-chocolate fudge pops are green.

mint chocolate pops

That doesn’t rhyme.

But really, who cares?

mint chocolate fudge pops

It’s too early for poetry anyway.

But not too early for fudge pops.

No, never.

mint chocolate fudge pops


Mint-Chocolate Fudgsicles

Just 5 ingredients…

with a secret healthy ingredient!

  • 1 cup plain or vanilla yogurt of choice, or 1 cup full-fat canned coconut milk (I used Silk soy yogurt, and Wholesoy works too. I’m sure many other brands work, but I’ve only tried these pops with the two brands mentioned.)
  • 1/16 to 1/4 tsp pure peppermint extract (or more), depending on desired mint strength
  • 1/4 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1-3 stevia packets or 1-3 tbsp sugar or liquid sweetener of choice (Sweetener amount will depend on your choice of yogurt, as well as your personal taste preferences. Remember that the pops will be less sweet once frozen.)
  • scant 1/16 tsp salt
  • optional: packed 1/2 cup spinach (20g), or food coloring as desired (The pictured pops have spinach, not food coloring. You cannot taste it at all!)
  • optional: handful of chocolate chips or mini chips

If using spinach, blend all ingredients until completely smooth. (If not using spinach, combine all ingredients in a large bowl or pyrex measuring cup.) Pour into popsicle molds, or paper cups with spoons as the sticks. Freeze completely, then pop out and enjoy.

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My chocolate chips all wanted desperately to sink to the bottom: To avoid this, you can fill the pops 1/2-way up first and freeze. Then fill the rest of the way. Or…

mint chocolate pops

I just gave up and covered them in chocolate!

The chocolate coating is this recipe: Hot Chocolate Butter.

Question of the Day:

What flavor popsicles should I make next?

There’s still half a big container of Silk yogurt in my fridge, begging to be used. At first, I was thinking pumpkin pie. But really, who wants to see pumpkin popsicles in the middle of June? So maybe chocolate-chip cookie dough? Or a fruit-based flavor… Strawberry Shortcake Popsicles? Or Piña Colada?

Link of the Day:

mint cupcake

……………………Mint-Chocolate Cupcakes


Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 
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  1. These look AWESOME katie! Can’t wait to try! While I love spicy chocolate popsicles, my favorite is hibiscus! They’re so lite and refreshing on a super hot summer day!

    1. Clara says:

      how does hibiscus work? do you actually put in the flowers? sounds nice though!

      1. Anon says:

        I’m actually going to make hibiscus popsicles this year. I have alot of hibiscus syrup (most frozen but some in the fridge on hand) as well as the flowers so I plan on playing around with it lots this summer. Clara, you can put the flowers in but i would definately blend or chop them into small pieces…alot of people put them in champagne to make it pretty. You can also use it with pavlova and a lot of other nice light desserts :)

        CCK Some kind of cherry pie type popsicle would be amazing for the summer.

        1. Clara says:

          hmmm sounds cool, i´ll have to see if i can find hibiscus syrup. Thanks for explaining! :)

    2. Hannah Mattil says:

      Hibiscus actually sounds like a really cool idea to me, although I think a lot of people would be hesitant to try “flower” pops, hah!

      1. Natalie says:

        Rose and chamomile might be nice too :)
        (ever have some of those rosé-infused indian treats? they are divine)

  2. I want to see a Pina Colada popsicle recipe! That would be amazing =D

  3. alyx says:

    YES! Pina Colada pretty please!

    1. alyx says:

      er, por favor I mean :)

  4. Anna says:

    On Lottie + Doof, there is a fantastic (but not vegan!) recipe for vanilla bean, sour cream, cherry, tequilla popsicles. Seeing as you are of age, you should try making them! I’d love to see your take on that dessert.

  5. julia says:

    pumpkin, please! I am on a crazy pumpkin kick and just made/devoured your single lady pumpkin chocolate chip muffin…. YUM!!! delicious, but I still need MORE PUMPKIN!!!

    1. evey says:

      i agree! pumpkin! or peanut butter or a mix of both!!!

  6. vogelstar says:

    watermelon!!! :)
    and/or strawberry yogurt pops, tangy and sweet.
    ps another cookie pie is in the oven. Yes I’m baking at 11 am. This really is a great, easy dessert.

    1. Samantha says:

      Watermelon! That would be REALLY good.

      (are you trying with dates? :))

      1. vogelstar says:

        haha no to the dates
        I had watermelon juice when I was in the Dominican and it was so refreshing and tasty

        1. Anon says:

          you should try watermelon lemonade…i drank so much of that last summer

          1. Samantha says:

            OK. That sounds REALLY good too!

  7. Diane says:


  8. Peter says:

    Raspberry!!! My favorite 😀

  9. Kimii G. says:

    I love mint chocolate! (who doesn’t, honestly?)

    My favorite popsicle growing up was the orange creamsicles!
    A mocha flavored one would be awesome too

    1. Clara says:

      Actually for some reason Spaniards don’t seem to… None of my friends like the mint-choc combo, its MY favorite though! :)

    2. Erin says:

      I don’t, actually :( it makes me sad – I WANT to like the combination (since so many people do) but it just doesn’t work for me.

  10. Laura Miller says:

    Cookie dough! Everything cookie dough! Or, peanut butter and chocolate…

    1. Samantha says:

      OK. I second this one!

  11. Lauren says:

    Cookies and cream!

  12. I would love to see the pumpkin pie or the cookie dough! Sounds delish!

  13. Laura Miller says:

    Cookie dough, everything cookie dough! Or, peanut butter and chocolate… 😀

  14. Anonymous says:

    Coconut mango

    1. Natalie says:

      mango Would be nice… so would coconut :)

  15. Josefine says:

    These pop sicles look so nice. Deffinately a must try :-)
    I think it would be SO nice if you made some with chocolate chips and cookie dough please. That would be great. Like Ben and Jerrys cookie dough, but healthier.

    Ps. I really live your blog :-)

  16. janet says:

    I love anything coconut, so that or coconut mango sounds great too, or almond joy !!

  17. Josefine says:

    Oops – I ment like. I hate auto correct

  18. Anonymous says:

    Your recipes are all amazingly delicious. Is there any way in the body of each recipe you could note how much it yields (makes), as well as what size pan/etc you are using? It would be so helpful and convenient. Thank you for continued yumminess. Best of luck on your cookbook.

    1. Hi anonymous,

      I actually went through all that in detail in the “nutritional info” link. It has a photo of my popsicle molds as well :).

      1. Sarah says:

        Hi, Thank you so much for taking the time to respond! I did note that in this recipe; I was actually referring to a big percentage of the rest of your recipes – even after clicking on the “nutritional info” link, it often doesn’t discuss how much the recipe actually yields in total. Also, it would be so helpful to have the info (yield amount and pan size) right in the body of each recipe – ie right under the name/title, or at the very end. Thank you, again. All the best.

        1. Kristall says:

          I second this. I find your recipes to be fantastic and informative but lacking in the more traditional (yet essential) aspects. There are a few recipes I’ve used that list the ingredients as a jumble when compared with the directions. Cookbooks and most cookery blogs always list the ingredients in the order they are to be used. This is just meant as constructive criticsm as I know the very nature of the internet tends to make my words look angry and insulting.

  19. These look so good! I need to get a Popsicle mould soon!

    And I agree with other that pina coloda popsicles would be great!

    1. Kristi says:

      Here’s a link to the HopeFULL molds. They are wonderful and such a great company too!

  20. Aja says:

    Those sound so good!

  21. Mmm so fun! This sounds awesome!

  22. I love all your ideas and recipes! This one looks amazing as well! I love mint and anything frozen-can’t wait to try.. thanks for all the great recipes :)

  23. Rachel Harding says:

    MAybe raspberry mint, or mango peach – thats very summery – or something with kiwi, or passionfruit, I LOVE passionfruit!

  24. mamak says:

    Well I always make Green-a Colada. Pina Colada + spinach of course. :) Kids love them too.
    I’d love a low-sugar coconut cream popscicle. I love those coconut bars you can get at the store but they have too much sugar for me right now.

  25. looks amazing! i love the combination of mint and chocolate! so refreshing and yummy! thanks for sharing!

  26. Yummy! I just got a set of popsicle molds and was planning on using them to make my fudgesicle bars into actual fudgesicles ( After seeing your post though I think I might want to try another flavor. Maybe strawberry cheesecake?! Chocolate peanut butter!? What do you think? :) The possibilities are endless.

  27. Caitlin says:

    Mmm. I REALLY need to go invest in a set of popsicle molds!

    My vote is for the cookie dough, a nice french vanilla (or even coffee/espresso/mocha!), or strawberries and cream!

  28. Ashley says:

    mmmmm cookie dough popsicle PLEASE! x)

  29. J. says:

    Peanut butter chocolate chip!!

  30. Brooke says:

    Cookie dough all the way!

  31. Rebekah says:

    I vote for strawberry shortcake!!

    Using spinach for the food coloring is genius. Somehow, mint ice cream just tastes better when it’s green.

  32. Rebekah says:

    Using spinach as food coloring is genius – mint ice cream tastes better when it’s green!! As for the next flavor, I vote strawberry shortcake.

  33. Kim says:

    I think Mimosa flavoured would be awesome!

  34. Charlotte says:

    Yum! I’m going to have to dig out my popsicle mold. I think chocolate chip cookie dough sounds AMAZING.

  35. Jessica says:

    Thanks for this! This looks awesome! I don’t have any mint extract, but I have a lot of fresh mint on hand. I’ve never used mint extract before. Do you think I will be able to get the same taste if I use actual mint? Thanks!!
    Also, for what flavor pop next, can you do a vegan Dove bar? =)

    1. I don’t think it would taste the SAME. But it would be just as good in its own right! :)

  36. Bobbi says:

    PUMPKIN POPSICLES!!! I’m a pumpkin head so I wouldn’t mind :)

  37. Erin says:

    Peaches and cream pops!!!!

  38. Clara says:

    Chocolate chip cookie dough and piña colada sound amazing! I also thought of strawberry cheesecake, cake batter (with sprinkles of course!) and PB&J though i don’t know how id do the last one… :) post the recipe of whatever you do please!

    1. Anon says:

      ohh cake batter ones would be super easy to make…just make the awesome cake batter shake on here and freeze into Popsicle molds :) I do that with a bunch of smoothies in the summer time.

  39. Lindsey says:

    Orange creamsicle!

  40. Adam says:

    cake batter pops next! :)

  41. Paige says:

    Pina coloda!!!! Maybe a virgin and alcoholic version… 😉

  42. Mandie says:

    Chocolate-chip cookie dough sounds wonderful =)

  43. Jessica says:

    I’d vouch for mango right off, just because it’s so rich. Or matcha. Or butterscotch. There’s too many flavors, go crazy!

  44. Leslie says:

    Yay, popsicles! These look incredible, I want them now!!! I would vote for a fruit flavor next – so refreshing for hot weather.

  45. Kayla says:

    My very ordinary Popsicle ideas:
    -Something with Peaches
    -Blueberry something or other
    -Red Velvet
    – Mango
    -Chocolate Coconut
    -Cake batter
    -Peanut butter
    -Chocolate Peanut butter
    -Spice Cookie
    -Dragon fruit!

  46. Jules says:

    strawberries and cream!!!! that would be delicious!!! or pineapple, or the cookie doughsound awesome, or cookies and cream, or dark chocolate raspberry, strawberry banana! ahh too many flavor ideas!

  47. Theresa says:

    You are phenomenal. Making all of your recipes is on my bucketlist, as of right now.
    I am begging you to make a coffee-flavored popsicle. BEGGING ON MY KNEES! 😉

  48. Sabrina says:

    Chocolate coconut!

  49. Yummy! I’d love to see a bananas foster popsicle, or pumpkin cheesecake :)

  50. Stephanie says:

    Spinach! I LOVE IT! You are such a hit in our house, Katie Doll! My girls sort of idolize you! Did you know you’re a role model for the “healthy-eating-tween” set? Thanks for all your hard work! My family benefits from you!

    1. Stephanie, that really (really) means a lot to me. Thank you!!!

  51. Samantha says:

    I am on such a mint chocolate chip kick I can’t wait to try again. I am loving all the cookie related requests!

    PS…link of the day is a great idea! Not sure if you are trying it out or it will be a new feature. I haven’t had time to make those cupcakes (on the list) so finally I did the single lady chocolate + extract + chocolate chips to get me through (and to eat with the ice cream).

    1. Samantha says:

      By the way, thanks for the mention of the popsicle mold. I love hearing about the companies out there doing good. I went to their site and that was a really touching story.

  52. Hehe, it really never is too early for a fudgcicle, I frequently eat them on summer mornings when I wake up burning up…
    As for flavors, a pumpkin pie popsicle sounds stupendous!

  53. Clara says:


  54. Anonymous says:

    Would greek yogurt work with this, you think?

    1. Alanna says:

      I bet it would — I’ve used Chobani plain to make frozen yogurt before! I’ve never had vegan yogurt so I’m not sure how it compares flavor-wise, but you can always sample and add more sweetener before freezing if necessary.

  55. Mmmm yum! I vote chocolate chip cookie dough for sure. A staple of college students, for sure :)

  56. Alanna says:

    These sound so yummy and easy! I love the idea of a peach, orange cream, or black raspberry flavor. As a side note, I can’t figure out how you got the one popsicle to stand up for the last two pictures! Haha.

    1. I actually put a cup behind it and then photoshopped the cup out! It was hard to photoshop out, but it was certainly easier than getting the pop to stand up on its own.

      P.S. Going to Whole Foods today for your nut butters! 😉

      1. Alanna says:

        lol too funny; I thought maybe you’d carefully propped it up with another popsicle stick, but Photoshopping was probably easier! And yay on the nut butters! 😀

  57. mandy says:

    Interesting recipe, to say the least. Bet it would be better w/ a banana blended in! But that might be too sweet? Not sure- You’re the master mind!!! What do you think?!

  58. Brin says:

    You are soo talented! I’m 12 and a big fan! these would be awesome in ice cube tray with tooth picks for mini pops!!!( I have made over a dozen of your recipes or will;) and I haven’t found one I did not like)!!!!

    1. Aw thanks, Brin. I love your idea!

  59. LOVING this recipe Katie! As I sit here eating a no sugar added fudgsicle.. I could be eating a MINT fudge pop with no artificial sweeteners or other gunk. Gotta make these.

  60. Rachel says:

    My 6 yr old votes you do chocolate chip cookie dough!

  61. emily ran says:

    Do a peach basil pop or raspberry rosemary. I love fruit mixed with savory herbs and it will look so pretty!

  62. Cheeze says:

    Blueberry pie or Popcorn flavored!

  63. Emily S says:

    No, no! Please DO make pumpkin popsicles! I love pumpkin-flavored anything and I love pumpkin ce cream especially… so a popsicle would be fantastic! Other flavor ideas than pumpkin: blueberry bliss (I’m making up names), caramel mocha, devil’s food cake, bananarama, cookies ‘n cream, mango tango, gimme s’mores, iced cinnamon roll, and that’s all I’ve got for now. :)

  64. Watermelon or piña colada, please!

  65. Dawn says:

    That looks soooo good and mint chocolate anything sounds good to me!

  66. Monica says:

    Choc chip cookie dough would be great!

  67. KL says:

    Key Lime popsicles!

  68. Amy says:

    Mocha, caramel, or chocolate covered banana.
    Sorry, multiple suggestions probably not the most helpful but I can’t decide!

    1. Amy says:

      Oh, nevermind. You already have a mocha frappuccino pop recipe!

  69. Alison says:

    Hey, Katie!

    This isn’t about the pops (although they look great). I just had these new kind of Lara bar called an Uber bar. I tried the Bananas Foster flavor and it was amaaaaazing. And literally the first thing I thought was… I wonder if CCK can figure out how to make these! So, if you are free to take a request for a new flavor of homemade Larabar, I’d love to try to make something similar!


    1. I will put it on my list of things to try. Not sure how to do the banana flavor… maybe I can look for dried banana (like apricot texture… do they even make such a thing?!)

  70. An says:

    Hi, can someone please advise how and when to apply the chocolate cover on the mint popsiecles? Thanks

    1. Jenny$1983 says:

      I’d like some help with that too! The fudge pops are in the freezer right now, and I have some Chocolate Butter already, but I’m not quite sure how to go about the chocolate covered part 😀

      1. Right after you take them out of the molds, you can dip in the melted hot chocolate butter sauce (or just melted chocolate). Since they’re frozen, the coconut oil will harden immediately! :)

  71. Sophie says:

    I think cookie dough or some sort of fruit thing sounds yummy. Unfortunately, I can’t make anything because I don’t have a popsicle mold. I really need to get one. Are there any brands/types that you would reccommend?

    1. Click on the “nutrition facts” link for a photo of the ones I used. But really, any will do. Or just use paper cups and stick in spoons for the popsicle sticks :).

      1. Kristi says:

        Sophie ~ Here’s a direct link to the HopeFULL molds. They are amazing. I have a set and made popsicles for a friend going through treatment for tonsil cancer. I’m happy to have this recipe too add to my healthy pops arsenal too! :)

  72. Jenna says:

    Chocolate Dove bar please!!!

  73. I vote for an orange-vanilla or tropical flavored one!

  74. LizAshlee says:

    Oh, orange vanilla does sound amazing to me too! I have fudgecicle holders that are oblong shaped, they should work for this recipe, right?

  75. Virginie says:

    Without hesitation, my answer will be: cookie dough ! Or… if you’re able to create some kind of popsicle tasting something like oatmeal cookies…

    Actually, I juste love all cookies, if you can turn them into popsicle, I’ll have to try them for sure !

  76. Danielle A. says:

    I would love a Strawberry Shortcake Popsicles Or Piña Colada!!!!!

  77. Amanda says:

    Pina Colada popsicles would be a very refreshing summer treat. Or the orange/vanilla option that another commenter suggested.

  78. JennT says:

    I cannot wait to try this!

    As for the next one, I vote fruit! Orange-Vanilla sounds really tasty, as does the Strawberry Shortcake or Watermelon cream. mmmm… Popsicles….

  79. Yum Katie! I love the recipe. As a kid mint chocolate chip was always my favorite!!! I have to make these, time to dog out the popsicle molds!!

  80. Sally says:

    Must try this!

    I think that raspberry-lime popsicles should be your next flavor. Layered to make them look pretty, of course. :)

  81. My kids would love these. They are big fans of the spinach method.

  82. Katie! I so loved your shamrock shake…i love this!

  83. Danielle says:

    I would love to see the chocolate chip ones, and the strawberry shortcake…ooh, and maybe grape too, please and thank you!

  84. These look sooo precious and scrumptious! But…how on earth did you get it to stand up like that?!? Too cute :)

    1. It’s really funny!
      I put a cup behind it and then photoshopped the cup out! It was kinda a pain to do, but it was easier than making the popsicle stand up on its own. 😉

  85. Delicious..! Have you made peanut butter fudgsicles yet? I wasn’t sure…I know you’ve made regular chocolate and these mint ones – I love how GREEN they are! You gotta bring these back in next year’s St Paddy’s Day round-up haha.

    1. I haven’t. Those are definitely on my list as well.

  86. KellyB says:

    Strawberries are in season this month, so I suggest a strawberry popsicle.

  87. Betty says:


  88. Cali says:

    Pina Colada!!!! Yum yum! Or any fruit flavor (cherry pie sounds intriguing).

  89. Eve says:

    Do you think this would work with agar pudding/yogurt?

    1. Sorry, I haven’t tried it. If you do, please report back! :)
      Might be icy, depending on the milk you use.

  90. lyss says:

    Yum! LOVE the natural green color! I’ve been on a kick with using kale in smoothies. I just finished a shake with frozen bananas, peanut butter, cocoa powder, with a splash of milk and a handful of kale. Totally could not taste the kale. Hmmm…come to think of it, that would also be good as a popsicle. Guess I’ll have to make more…. :)

  91. I vote for pina colada and strawberry shortcake. Both sound excellent! And I love that you his spinach in these. My kids will never know… 😉

  92. criston says:

    Definitely cookie dough and strawberry shortcake!!!

  93. Sunnie says:

    Actually, I think that pumpkin popsicles are a really good idea – even in June! Because honestly, who wants a popsicle – pumpkin or not – in chilly October? Well, maybe some people (who live in a warmer climate than me! 😉 ) . . .

    I’m game for any popsicle flavor, from any time of the year (pumpkin for fall, gingerbread or eggnog for winter . . . ooh, imagine a chilly EGGNOG flavored pop! Maybe I should try to make that . . .).

  94. Wendy says:

    How do you do it? You are brilliant – spinach in a popsicle!

  95. Donna says:

    orange/vanilla sherbet, like the dreamsicles of my childhood!

  96. Veronica says:

    Katie! You MUST do chocolate chip-cookie-dough popsicles! Cookie dough is my FAVORITE dessert and to have it in a popsicle form would be amazing!! I would love you forever! 😀

  97. Regina says:

    I need to make that! How about some orange creamsicle? yummy.

  98. Kat Creamer says:

    coconut vanilla or mango or all three! Would that work?

  99. Anonymous says:

    Raspberry vanilla! Or Raspberry Chocolate pops!

  100. Elizabeth says:

    I’ve been scouring the Internet for some more grown-up flavored popsicles. I don’t drink, so I’m not meaning alcoholic ones. I mean more like ones ingredients like green tea, fresh mint, ginger, papaya, kiwi, honey … The “outside-the-box” flavors.

    Some healthy pudding pops would be nice. I made the kids some from Jell-o pudding mix. Later I got to thinking about all the sugar and wondering what the gelatin was derived from. Eating cow and horse bones doesn’t sound tasty.

  101. Kat Creamer says:

    Just made these for myself this afternoon. Had one after dinner. I didn’t think to chop the spinach first. I could have blended it longer too. Other than that, they were fab! Which simply means operator error ; ) Thinking that I may just freeze it in a small tupperware container next time though. I could not get them out of my sons icepop mold! I sat there with a spoon just scraping it out. Lol
    Thanks, as always, for the yummy and healthy food! You are making my transition so much easier. Milk allergy is not fun, at all.

  102. Cris says:

    I’m excited to try this. Ive tried a few of your other recipes that I’ve found on interest and they have all been great! I appreciate your healthy and delicious recipes. Keep up the good work!

  103. Emily says:

    So…I have pinned so many of your recipes and haven’t tried any – until now. I was just really skeptical that something good for you could be healthy, too, since I love baking with “real” ingredients. Also, I don’t always have the ingredients for all of your recipes (which I’m going to have to remedy).

    I saw this in a “You might also like…” and I am so glad you add that to the end of blog posts b/c mint and chocolate are my favorites, hands down. I made these pops tonight with the hot chocolate butter sauce magic shell amazingness…holy cow. I’m only sorry I haven’t tried some of your recipes sooner!

    Keep up the chocolatey work! 😉


    1. Aw thanks, Emily. I think my favorite part of blogging is when someone actually tries one of the things I’ve posted. Thank you! :)

      1. Emily says:

        Hello, again! I switched this recipe up and used raspberry extract instead of mint (my husband isn’t as huge of a mint fan as I am). They turned out awesome! I posted about it on my blog and linked up to you for the recipe! I hope that’s okay – let me know if I need to add more of your information! :)

        Have a wonderful weekend!

  104. Sabrina says:


    Did you cover the Popsicles with the chocolate sauce after they were frozen? For some reason I’m having trouble visualizing how you did it.


    1. Yes. Sorry for the confusion!

  105. It is going to be 90+ today. You have NO IDEA how good these look right now. XD Do you think I could use kale instead of spinach?

  106. Lilly says:

    Just made these, with fresh mint and no chocolate (sorry!) instead and they turned out so good! I think some type of layered pops would be super cute, like peaches and cream layering the orange peach part, then the creamy part, then another layer of peach… or red white and blue for July 4th, like those “rocket” pops :) Thanks for the great inspiration as always!

  107. Kasey Shuler says:

    Okay I’m stumped…how did you train that popsicle to stand up by itself?!

  108. jen says:

    3 cheers for spinach!!!
    I think you should do a fruit that is really in season right now – like peach… peach cobler?

  109. Gemma says:

    Katie these fudge pops are AMAZING! Mint-choc chip ice cream is my favourite so I just had to make these. They were so delicious, and so quick to make. I’ve just made a second batch as I got through the first one so quickly. It’s such a good idea to add in spinach too. These taste just like the real thing, its hard to believe they’re health for you! Thank you for posting this recipe it’s one of my new favourite desert recopies!

  110. Anonymous says:

    have you ever tried a chocolate banana starbucks smoothie? its sooooo good!!!! id love it if you made a reicipie :) its not that theyre horribly unhealthy, theres a whole banana and 180 calories but i really wanna make one at home that taste just like it! id love it if you would make a recipie 😀

    1. No, I didn’t know they made such a thing. I’ll have to look for it! :)

      Maybe try my chocolate cake batter smoothie?

  111. Greg says:

    Has anyone here used the caffeine free cocoa powder sold as Wondercocoa from Wonderslim? Its roasted cocoa powder but 99.7% caffeine free. I’m curious about taste and quality. Sometimes I’m in a chocolate mood but dont want the extra caffeine jolt!

  112. Christin says:

    I love your website and loved your chocolate chip cookie dough dip. I wish I was a neighbor, so I could be a taste tester. :) I will be buying your cookbook the second it comes out. I want to make so many of your recipies, there isn’t enough time.

    1. Christina says:

      misspelled my own name.

  113. Bri says:

    I am not sure if you’ll get this, but silk soy yogurt isn’t vegan. They use milk for active cultures. I called and asked bc it’s not really clear.

  114. megan says:

    these look yummy!!

  115. SGM says:

    I wanted to tell you of a variation of this I made. So, instead of making them into pops, I made it into ice cream, using spinach and coconut cream (Trader Joe’s has it but it’s been out of stock whenever I went, so I get it from Sprouts, although theirs isn’t quite as good as TJ’s).
    Instead of adding chocolate chips, I make your amazing chocolate shell/coating sauce and drizzle that into the ice cream mixture as its being churned (at least 5 minutes into its churning). That way, it hardens into small chocolate pieces that are soft (I hate hard chocolate pieces in my ice cream). YUM! I do this with your cherry Garcia recipe also. :)