Nutella Cool Whip Popsicles

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Introduction: 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

Ingredients:
1 cup COOL WHIP
1/2 cup milk
3 Tbsp. Nutella

Place all ingredients in blender and process until well combined.

Step 2: 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!

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

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    41 Comments

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    Amity2015
    Amity2015

    4 years ago

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

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    TheCraftMaster419
    TheCraftMaster419

    5 years ago

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

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    PennyG3
    PennyG3

    5 years ago on Step 3

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

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    MichelleM0117

    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.

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    SharkWeekEveryweek
    SharkWeekEveryweek

    6 years ago

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

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    pgravance
    pgravance

    7 years ago on Step 3

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

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    Popopopper
    Popopopper

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I actually used coconut- milk and it worked fine.

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    52kitchenadventures
    52kitchenadventures

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

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

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    cdclark02
    cdclark02

    8 years ago on Introduction

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

    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 :)

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    Spokehedz
    Spokehedz

    8 years ago on Introduction

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

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

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    destructopop
    destructopop

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    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. :)

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    jacob1112
    jacob1112

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    better yet, vegimite popsicle. not really that sounds awful

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    kateelizabee
    kateelizabee

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Do you have Dream Whip in Australia?

    http://talk.uk-yankee.com/index.php?topic=58931.0

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    AussieAnglerGal
    AussieAnglerGal

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

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

    but i prefer using homemade stuff rather then processed packets stuff