Alright, let’s get the two obvious things out the way: Buster hand and arm hair. Boom. Done. Sorry.
Next time I’ll paint my nails.
A third obvious thing is Ramona Singer eyesface VEGAN PEANUT BUTTER FUDGESICLES.
If you follow me on the twitter or on instagram you know that I’ve mentioned Popsicle Week a few times. IT’S FINALLY HERE. And these bebes are my contribution. I love these fudgesicles for a few reasons: they’re really really good, they’re super easy, and the ingredients for them are probably hiding in your pantry right now. Like peek-a-boo go get ‘em and make yourself some fudgesicles
I tweaked the recipe for these from the pops my gurl Megan made earlier this summer. I’ve made the espresso ones a couple times then figured I’d swap out the espresso for peanut butter because well, duh. The result is a nice creamy fudgesicle that will rival anything you can buy in the store. Voom voom shebang to that, supermarket.
Before we get to the recipe let’s just announce popsicle week, AGAIN. The deets: 26 bloggers, which means 26 popsicles, which means hot fun in whatever’s left of the summertime. Next year we’ll totally get it started sooner, but until then let’s put on our Crazy In Love cut offs and red heels summer outfits and do the popsicle diet. For breakfast: Vegan Peanut Butter Fudgesicles.
Vegan Peanut Butter Fudgesicles
Makes 7 3oz fudgsicles
adapted from Take a Megabite
1 14oz can full fat coconut milk*
3/4 c bittersweet chocolate (I used semi sweet chocolate chips, but check the ingredients because not all are vegan)
3 T peanut butter
1 T sugar
1/2 t vanilla extract
pinch of salt
*Different brands have different amounts of fat. The Taste of Thai brand with the red label was the creamiest of the ones I used. So basically of the fudgesicle isn’t creamy, it’s probably your coconut milk.
Place coconut milk in a saucepan over medium low heat to warm. While that’s warming put all the other ingredients in a 2 c measuring cup or anything of that size with a spout so it’s easy to pour in the popsicle molds.
Once the milk is heated, no boiling, just warm enough to melt the chocolate, pour over the rest of the ingredients and let it sit for 5 min. Now stir and watch it all combine.
Pour into the popsicle mold and freeze.