Here’s a super easy frozen treat that is actually good for you! These Protein Fudgesicles are made with your favorite protein powder and are extra creamy thanks to coconut milk. Cool off with one on a hot summer day!
Today I’m sharing another popsicle recipe because it’s a million degrees here in Florida and my pregnant self is craving frozen treats all the time!
I came up with an easy recipe that makes fudgsicles way better for you. These pops are made without sugar but are still sweet thanks to the protein powder. I use (affiliate link) Bodylogix Natural Whey Protein Powder which is sweetened with stevia leaf extract.
Making homemade popsicles is SO simple! My favorite method is to blend up the ingredients in a blender and then pour the liquid into the popsicle molds and freeze.
Can I Use Another Milk for this Recipe?
If coconut milk isn’t your thing, these fudgsicles can be made using regular milk, almond milk or soy milk. Whatever you like best!
What protein powder to use in these Protein Fudgesicles?
I use (affiliate link) Bodylogix Natural Whey Protein Powder which is sweetened with stevia leaf extract. If you have an unsweetened protein powder or want to skip the protein powder for this recipe, you could add some maple syrup to sweeten it.
More Popsicle Recipes
Are you a popsicle fan? What is your favorite recipe?
Cascia Talbert says
What a great idea! I might have to try making those. Thanks for sharing. Have a terrific afternoon.
Jenna Owens (@aSavoryFeast) says
They are so easy! You should definitely try some soon.
Gina Soldano-Herrle says
Yum! I love fudgesicles! The coconut sounds so good in it too!
Wendy Fleming says
These sound simple and yummy, I can’t wait to make them. I have a question though – about how much do you think one and a half scoops of protein powder would be…a cup? half a cup? My protein powder does not come with a scoop. Thank you!
Usually 1/4 cup equals a scoop. With that as a guide, 1/4 cup plus 1/8 cup would be 1 1/2 scoop. Hope this helps.
I’m curious what kind coconut milk? Is it from the can?
A Savory Feast says
I use coconut milk from a carton for this recipe, but canned will work as well!