Cookie Dough Popsicles Are The Perfect End-Of-Summer Treat
After having spent my summer creating and eating almost every popsicle flavor possible on the planet, I decided it was time to wrap up these babies, and create a transitional flavor as the weather begins to turn. Behold, these cookie dough popsicles. I know cold weather is terrifying, but luckily this sweet treat will make you forget about the snow that will most likely be on the ground in about two seconds...
I know, I know — I'm getting ahead of myself with this weather talk, but judging by the last few winters we have had here in the Midwest, I'm not totally crazy to be thinking this way. When trying to decide what type of popsicle to make, I referred back to some of my most popular posts, and when looking for a theme, I discovered you guys really, really like my cookie dough recipe... yay! These popsicles just seemed like the next logical step. So here you have it — adapted from our basic cookie dough recipe (which is egg-free, and goes perfectly with a night of movies and a spoon if I do say so myself), this recipe is, as all the other popsicle recipes have been, super easy. You're going to love it.
- 1 1/2 cup milk
- 1/3 cup light brown sugar
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
- Chocolate chips, for topping
- Mixing spoon
- Popsicle mold
- Popsicle sticks
1. Over low-medium heat, pour milk into a saucepan. Add in both sugars, and stir until sugar has completely dissolved. Remove from heat, and add in the vanilla extract.
2. Pour the mixture into a popsicle mold. Once it has cooled (about two minutes), add in chocolate chips, and freeze for 36 to48 hours. Enjoy!
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