Two Ingredient Fudgesicles


With summer fast approaching and the neighborhood kids starting to congregate at our house to play with our grandkids, I thought I would reshare this simple recipe that even a child can make. The first time I made these I couldn’t believe how much they tasted like the fudgesicles my mom bought at the store and I ate as a child.

To see the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.

Categories: Chocolate, Desserts, Pudding


    • Awesome I will have to see if we can find them. She keeps telling me she made my blog popular because of her idea with the Ramen noodles and crushed Flamin Hot Cheetos. Wait until she see’s these! Her new one is she crushes up Oreo Cookies and puts them in her ice cream.

  1. It looks beautiful, such a lollipop, my children will be delighted. Thanks for the recipe.

  2. I made this chocolate pudding. It was delicious, thank you for the successful recipe.

    • It amazes me how much they taste like the stores fudgesicles. These would be a good one for you since they only make 4. You can even use sugar free pudding. Thank you Linda!

      • I would like to try these Diane. I used to like the smooth and creamy frozen Jell-o Pudding Pops back in the day. I think they quit making them. I will definitely try these … great, you don’t have to cook them on the stove. 🙂

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