Introduction: Nutella Cool Whip Popsicles

Picture of Nutella Cool Whip Popsicles

These creamy popsicles are a refreshing dessert that's perfect for any hot summer day. They're incredibly easy to make too! This recipe makes around 3 large popsicles, but you can double (or triple) it easily.

Step 1: Blend

1/2 cup milk
3 Tbsp. Nutella

Place all ingredients in blender and process until well combined.

Step 2: Pour Into Mold

Picture of Pour Into Mold

Pour mixture into popsicle mold* and insert sticks.

*If you don't have a popsicle mold, you can use paper dixie cups and popsicle sticks. Simply tear off the cups once the pops are frozen.

Step 3: Freeze & Enjoy!

Picture of Freeze & Enjoy!

Place in freezer for several hours until completely frozen. Keep frozen until ready to eat. Enjoy on a hot summer day!


Miadancer4371 (author)2017-02-01


Amity2015 (author)2016-07-22

we made this at our summer camp, they were easy to do and the children loved them!

TheCraftMaster419 (author)2015-11-15

These look SO yummy! I might try them this summer!

PennyG3 (author)2015-09-05

These were really good,but how do you keep them from sticking to the mold?

MichelleM0117 (author)2015-05-15

My nephew and niece LOVE these! Whenever they're all gone, they ask me to make more. I actually don't even use a blender (I don't have one) and just whisk the ingredients in a bowl. They come out fine.

SharkWeekEveryweek (author)2014-08-28

Just made some with strawberries! Can't wait to see how they turn out!

pgravance (author)2013-07-28

This is really cool and creative! Freakin awesome idea,i have to try it

acelondon (author)2012-07-03

What sort a milk do you use? 2%? Whole?

Popopopper (author)acelondon2012-08-10

I actually used coconut- milk and it worked fine.

I used 2% but I think it would work with 1% or whole (probably even non-fat since the Cool Whip is so thick).

cdclark02 (author)2012-07-16

Super easy, super yummy!!! My kids loved them too!!! Thank you so much for sharing this idea.

themoose64 (author)2012-07-16

I love nutella! What a great idea!

halloweengirl80 (author)2012-07-09

These look like an AWESOME sub for store-bought fudgsicles! And I totally agree that one could use TrueWhip (chemical-free/natural whipped topping) or real whipped cream.....whatever floats your boat :)

Spokehedz (author)2012-07-08

Even though I don't like Cool Whip, I think I will give these a try. I wonder if you could use DreamWhip instead...

AussieAnglerGal (author)2012-07-03

wow cool idea
can you use sweet whipped cream instead?
i don't think coolwhip exists in Australia!

Yes! QLD opinion here - Absolutely. It's exactly the same. Just mix it so it's slightly thick and stiff. Not Pavlova style, more icing style. :)

haha, great thanks :D

better yet, vegimite popsicle. not really that sounds awful

Do you have Dream Whip in Australia?

not sure..can't say i've seen it

but i prefer using homemade stuff rather then processed packets stuff

Eve4000 (author)AussieAnglerGal2012-07-05

there are several options for homemade cool whip here:

And you can also make homemade Nutella:

Mmm. My mouth is watering. Great idea!

I wonder how this would fare with cream cheese icing instead of coolwhip? Probably much richer and thicker. As if that's a bad thing. ;)

There are lots of recipes for home made whipped toppings out there. Try for a starting point. I don't know if the texture (fresh OR frozen) would be the same but it could be one way to lessen the sweetness and chemical tang.

Also instead of Nuttella you can try some fresh store ground butters (some stores will have a a section for the grinders near the bulk bins) or there are commercial lower sugar/organic hazelnut butters. (Justin's Nut Butters comes to mind.) Or you can grind your own. :)

Laughingeel (author)dogsgomoo2012-07-05

I believe cream cheese would work (room temp) also sour cream or yogurt. each will impart a different flavor and texture but most will be ok. fun to try out though.

I'm not sure there is a homemade equivalent for Cool Whip, as far as processed things go, it's never seen a natural ingredient =)

DavetteB (author)AussieAnglerGal2012-07-05

use real whipping cream and whip it your self - healthier and less [or zero] chemicals.

HTH :o)


coolwhip is the imitation of real sweet whipped cream trust me real cream is so much better and richer.

loafers (author)AussieAnglerGal2012-07-05

Hey mate, try this. I reckon it sounds the go. It won't hurt the wallet too much to try it at least. Good luck

Cool Whip is just a non-dairy, whipped dessert topping, to use in place of real whipped cream. I would think real whipped cream would work, and the flavor would probably be even better. Cool Whip is more stable than the real thing, though, so I would blend the milk and Nutella, then gently FOLD IN the whipped cream so it doesn't break down, or turn into chocolate butter ').

vfx (author)2012-07-06

Almond Butter?
Pistachio, cashew, vegamite?


PatientZero (author)2012-07-05

Not sure if there's a UK equivalent of Coowhhhip but that sounds very nice.

bluenevus (author)PatientZero2012-07-05

Ha! I always imagine Stewie saying it now too :)

MomLovesElectro (author)2012-07-05

Sounds great! I'm going to give it a try, I have so much cool whip in my freezer!

crymsunblue (author)2012-07-05

Super smart idea!!! I am trying this over the weekend!

rfakhre (author)2012-07-05

looks awesome and easy. what if I just put it in a bowl in the freezer? I imagine it will be the consistency Wendy's frozen dessert. Can I just eat it with a spoon? Or chop it into blocks and serve it with a brownie?

spark master (author)2012-07-05

has anyone tried it with real whipped cream as non dairy is vile?

nive recipe though

Sinnott (author)2012-07-05

Brilliant! I'll try these this week. They sound fantastic.

toekneebullard (author)2012-07-05

You're trying to kill me, aren't you?

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2012-07-02

Those look so good and so easy to do!

Thanks Penolopy! They are SO easy and very delicious.

susanchen2011 (author)2012-07-01

very delicious

Thanks! They're really creamy and rich for popsicles.

About This Instructable




Add instructable to: