Not that every other post isn’t honest, it’s just this one is extra, super honest.
Sometimes I have a hard time coming up with new things to write about the recipes I post here. After all, we make it a point not to share anything with all of you that we didn’t truly enjoy.
So of course, for us, everything is delicious. It’s tasty, scrumptious, yummy, delightful.
Frankly, people, I’m running out of adjectives.
Hoping for some help with these Strawberry Nutella Popsicles, I asked the Mr. how he would describe them. His words: “Ummm…delicious??”
Thanks. Very helpful, darling.
But the thing is, he’s right. These are delicious. But you’re probably getting sick of hearing that, aren’t you?
So instead, I’ll say they’re fruity, sweet, and studded with chunks of Nutella. That pretty much describes itself.
Also, they’re cold. Frozen, actually. Just wanted to make sure that was clear.
And refreshing. Good for a hot summer day. The texture of a fudge pop…except strawberry-y (new adjective!).
I highly recommend eating them, but only after putting the Popsicle mold in a tub of hot water for a good minute. Cause if you don’t you’ll end up with a stick in your hand and a Strawberry Nutella Popsicle in a skinny cup. Which you will then be forced to eat with a long, skinny spoon. Because there’s no way you’re letting that goodness go to waste. Truth.
Strawberry Nutella Pops
Recipe by bakeeatrepeat.blogspot.com
3 cups frozen strawberries
1/2 cup Nutella
3 Tablespoons additional Nutella (optional)
1/4 cup almond milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
1. In a blender combine strawberries, 1/2 cup Nutella, milk, and vanilla. Puree until smooth.
2. If desired use a spoon to swirl in additional 3 Tablespoons of Nutella. Pour into 6 popsicle molds and freeze for at least 24 hours.