How easy is this? Three ingredients, that’s it AND it CAN be made lower fat/calories.
Can you believe I NEVER tasted Nutella until I made these?
I had a jar in the cupboard that I’d bought a few months ago in Aldi–yes!!! Not the brand name!!! Since I love Aldi’s products and always say they are BETTER than national brands, if they have it, I buy it.
OK now that I went off on that tangent, these are good. Very good. Uses only 3 ingredients and you can use lower fat or no-fat versions of 2 of them.
I got the original recipe off of Canadian Free Stuff. Since I can never make anything the way it’s written, and I just LOVE adding cream and junk to stuff like this, I changed it ever so slightly.
The mixture is not very dense so what I did with the popsicle sticks is used a trick I found on Amazon from a reviewer–I secured them from falling too far into the pop with small binder clips.
|Use Small Binder Clips To Prevent Sinking Sticks|
- 2 cups extra creamy whipped topping
- 6 tbs Nutella
- 3/4 cup whole milk
- 1/4 cup light cream
Place milk, cream and Nutella in a medium bowl. Using an electric mixer or stick blender (preferred OR regular blender, Ninja or Vitamix) combine the Nutella and the milk/cream mixture.
Add the whipped topping and stir until well combined–I used a spoon to do this but the mixer/stick blender will also do well here.
Pour into popsicle molds, insert sticks if needed and freeze for 4-6 hours, preferably overnight.
FOR LOWER FAT/CALORIE POPS: substitute low-fat or non-fat milk for the whole milk & cream. You will use 1 cup. Also non-fat or “lite” whipped topping may be subbed.
Makes 10 popsicles.
NUTRITIONAL INFO IS FOR MY RECIPE, NOT LOWER FAT VERSION