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fudgesicle frosty recipe

Fudgesicle Frosty Recipe

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This versatile dessert can be served immediately as fudgy frosties. Or, see the variation to make yummy fudge pops.

Total time:  05 M 
Servings:  3
Calories:  330

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup agave nectar
  • 1/2 large avocado peeled and pitted
  • 1/3 cup cocoa powder
  • 0.66 cup coconut milk
  • 3 cups ice cubes
  • 4 Medjool dates pitted

Nutritional Information

  • Serving Size: 9 fl. oz.
  • Fat: 15g
  • Saturated Fat: 11g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Sodium: 12mg
  • Carbohydrates: 56g
  • Fiber: 7g
  • Sugar: 44g
  • Protein: 4g

Instructions

  1. Add coconut milk, agave nectar, cocoa powder, Medjool dates, and avocado to WildSide+ jar and secure lid.
  2. Select "Sauces" or blend on a Medium to Medium-Low speed for 30 seconds.
  3. Add ice cubes to jar and secure lid.
  4. Select "Ice Cream" or blend on a Low speed for 15 seconds, then blend on a Medium to Medium-High speed for 30 seconds.

Note: To make this recipe in the FourSide jar, follow all of the same instructions. If there are still ice chunks in the mixture after the ice cream cycle is complete, hold down the pulse button for 6-10 seconds until the ice is blended and the star-shape or X is formed at the top of the fudgesicle frosty. 

Notes

For a full recipe of frozen fudge pops, substitute 1 cup of ice cubes with 1 cup of plain almond or soy milk. After blending, pour mixture into ice pop molds, insert sticks and freeze until solid.

For a recipe with no avocado, use ¾ cup coconut milk, ⅓ cup agave nectar, 3 tablespoons cocoa or carob powder and ½ teaspoon xanthan gum to jar. Secure lid and press "Pulse" 4–5 times or until mixture becomes more viscous. Add 3 cups of ice cubes and secure lid. Select "Ice Cream."


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22 comments


  • Also, is the coconut milk the beverage kind or the kind found in a can?

    bairalli on

  • Could I use a banana instead of avocado? And almond breeze/skim milk instead of coconut milk? I dont like either of those.

    cspacer on

  • In this recipe the coconut milk is the kind you would find in a can. Great question!

    Blendtec on

  • Can I sub the banana instead of the avocado and almond breeze for the coconut milk?

    cspacer on

  • Where is the variation for fudge pops?

    Karen on

  • I am very interested to know the variation for making fudge pops. Thanks!

    bairalli on

  • Made this recipe last night, subbing out the agave nectar for coconut nectar. It was insanely delicious and my 3 boys (7, 9 & 10) along with my husband LOVED it. They had no idea it had avocado in it and I think it made the recipe creamier, more like ice cream!! Great recipe Blendtec. We will make this again and again!

    amandac@hurland.ca on

  • Is the nutrition info for the entire batch or for 1 serving (1/3 of it)?

    Carol Stettheimer on

  • This recipe is easier to make in the WS. To make this recipe in the FS jar, follow all of the same instructions. If there are still ice chunks in the mixture after the ice cream cycle is complete, hold down the pulse button for 6-10 seconds until the ice is blended and the star-shape or X is formed at the top of the fudgesicle frosty.

    Blendtec on

  • This turned out really chocolatey and yummy. The first time we made it, we made it exactly like the recipe, but the consensus was to add 1 – 2 T of additional sugar and everyone loved it. Since I don’t usually have agave syrup handy and don’t really care for the flavor of it or honey in some recipes, I just substitute the equivalent sugar amount plus additional liquid. The second time I made this for the kids, we just used regular milk and regular sugar. Although we liked the little date pieces found throughout this dessert, I thought it could be more uniform. So I pulsed the dates with the milk until no more big pieces were prevalent, then I continued with the recipe and it turned out much smoother. To make it extra special we add some aerosol whipped cream and drizzle chocolate syrup on top for special effects! Now I know that some would pooh-pooh on this suggestion, but we love our smoothies thick (no different than making some of the ice crush or ice cream recipes or this recipe), but the blendtec gets so much cavitation that we find we have to open the lid after most of the fruit/mix is incorporated and not bouncing all over the place, then stir the top of the thick mixture to keep the vortex going. Works like a charm and you end up with a smooth, creamy result! Love Blendtec!

    ccussins on

  • We subbed 1 cup of frozen strawberries for one cup of ice. It was awesome!

    rick blake on

  • We had the same problem, lots of chunks of ice and dates in the mixture and this was using the WS. It seemed like air was getting stuck under the mixture and the blades weren’t hitting anything as the vortex/pattern couldn’t get started. We had to keep stopping and pushing the mixture back down with a spatula. Is there something else we can try to get a better result with the thick ice cream type programs?

    Jenny on

  • Here are updated instructions that give you an alternative to the preprogrammed cycles. Hope this helps!

    1. Add coconut milk, agave nectar, cocoa powder, Medjool dates, and avocado to WildSide+ jar and secure lid.
    2. Select "Sauces" or blend on a Medium to Medium-Low speed for 30 seconds.
    3. Add ice cubes to jar and secure lid.
    4. Select "Ice Cream" or blend on a Low speed for 15 seconds, then blend on a Medium to Medium-High speed for 30 seconds

    Blendtec on

  • I have only Hi, Med, Lo, Smoothie, Hot, Pulse as choices on my Blendtec. What do O use since I don’t have "ice cream" mode?

    Therese on

  • I used chocolate protein powder instead of the cocoa powder, agave and dates. I still used the avocado and it came out great. I have just been having tons of problems with air getting under the mixture and the blades not hitting anything. I even added an extra 3/4 cups of coconut milk to try to make this blend better.

    Nicole on

  • I made this with coconut milk (not from the can but from the carton). It was unbelievably DELISHOUS and oh so CREAMY. I didn’t have half of a large avocado so I used a whole small one. This was so good. Only thing is that I imagine it has a lot of sugar (1/4 agave and 4 dates) so I would maybe try Stevia next time even though I have never tried it. Any other ideas to cut sugar?

    Marcia Mattarocci Shields on

  • I have attempted to make this twice. It tastes great but it is horrible to make and I practically have to chew it. I ran the "sauce" cycle 3 times before putting the ice in and it still had chunks of dates. I just got my blender a month ago and I have been so disappointed.

    Elizabeth on

  • Give our customer service team a call at 1-800-748-5400. They are trained to troubleshoot over the phone and should be able to tell you if it’s a problem with the jar or not. Have your blender and jar close when you call. :)

    Blendtec on

  • Is there an e-mail address where I could send my concerns?

    Elizabeth on

  • Elizabeth, we’re sorry to hear this! Some dates can be pretty hard. It helps to soak the dates in water or a nut milk before blending them. We want you to have a great experience with your blender, please let us know how we can help!

    Blendtec on

  • Yes! Please send them to social@blendtec.com

    Blendtec on

  • Where is the variation mentioned for fudge pops?

    bairalli on

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