Dairy Free Fudgsicles (Vegan and Paleo)

Dairy Free Fudgsicles.  My daughter is allergic to dairy, so I wanted to create a dairy free fudgsicle recipe, that she could enjoy.

I already have a dairy free Blueberries and Cream Popsicle.  Now I will be able to add dairy free fudgsicles to the list.   Let’s just take a look at the ingredients in the 100 calorie Fudgsicles that I got off their website:

Ingredients: nonfat milk, sugar, corn syrup, whey, high fructose corn syrup, water, palm oil, cocoa processed with alkali, tricalcium phosphate, mono and diglycerides, cellulose gum, guar gum, malt powder, salt, polysorbate 80, polysorbate 65, carrageenan

I have highlighted all the unnecessary ingredients that you would not use in your own kitchen.  My dairy free fudgsicle recipe contains much more simple ingredients and can be enjoyed by kids with dairy allergies.

dairy free fudgsicles


I used coconut milk in these popsicles.  That’s they key to getting the rich and creamy texture of fudgsicles. You can use almond milk, but the texture will be more icy than creamy.

I used cacao powder in my recipe, so these are loaded with healthy antioxidants as well.  Cocoa powder will work well too.

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Dairy Free Fudgsicles

Dairy Free Fudgsicles

Prep Time 5 min Serves 5 Fudgsicles     adjust servings



  1. Mix all ingredients in a blender and blend for about 1 minute.
  2. Pour into ice cream pop molds and put in the freezer to solidify.


Recipe Notes

If you want an extra rich flavor, you can add some dark chocolate in as well. You can also use push pop molds . Enjoy!

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57 thoughts to “Dairy Free Fudgsicles (Vegan and Paleo)”

  1. Hi! These look delish! Could you help me understand what the difference is between Hersheys brand COCOA powder and CACAO powder? I am confused..lol. On the Hershey's jar it says underneath Hershey's Cocoa ..100 % cacao. I'm not sure if they do that to confuse customers or if there really is a difference. I try to watch how much I spend and of course the Hershey's is less expensive but I'm wondering if I'm making the healthiest choice? Thank you!!! :)
    1. Depending on the process, it's not the same thing at all! Most cocoa powder are Dutch processed which means heat and alkali. Most cacao means a raw product without alkali extraction and processing. I prefer the deeper flavor of raw cacao once I started using it.
  2. Hi, would love to make these but only have either 2% milk or light coconut milk. Would either of these work? And would one be better than the other?
  3. Made these today! I am a choco-holic! And these tasted so decadent to me! Definitely satisfied my chocolate craving. :)
  4. Hi, I would love to make these. Can you please confirm what volume can of coconut milk is used? We have quite a few different sizes available.

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