Dairy & Sugar Free Fudgsicles

You may be looking at the title “Dairy & Sugar Free Fudgsicles” and wondering if I have officially lost my marbles. I promise, I still have my marbles and am super excited to tell you more.

How does someone get a fudgsicle without them you ask? Well let me tell you!

The journey started just this evening when I penned my Personal Challenge for May, giving up the sugary treats… Because of this extreme heat that we have had here in Alberta, I knew that I would need something cold and delicious to help until the weather gets more with the season.

As most ladies seem to do, I took to Pinterest to find myself a solution. I am convinced that one can find solutions to all life issues on Pinterest, and these fudgsicles are another piece of evidence in their favour.

What I found was Gal On A Mission’s recipe. Because I didn’t have enough popsicle molds to make the full recipe, I made a couple of modifications. Here is what I did:



  • 1 avocado, pitted & diced
  • 1/4 cup + 1 tbsp coco powder
  • 1/4 cup of honey
  • 1 splash of Mexican vanilla
  • 1/4 cup of coconut milk

All of the ingredients go into either a blender or a food processor until smooth.

What you get looks just like a decadent pudding. I forced myself not to pour it into my mouth but did swipe my finger through what was in the lid to try. IT WAS AMAZING.

I scooped the majority of the mix into my 3 popsicle molds and top it off with a tiny bit of coconut milk to help fill in the air bubbles.

With the left overs, I grabbed my strawberries and dipped them in the concoction. Boy was that ever a treat.

Give this a go, take a picture and tag me in it! @LovelyLittlestLife on Instagram 🙂

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