Quick Summer Nutella Pops

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Calling out all Nutella lovers! Check out this quick recipe perfect for you this summer!

Nutella can go from just an ordinary bread spread to being a variety of desserts like cookies, bars, and cakes. You can also use it to produce delightful homemade and quick summer nutella pops. With an easy five-step process, you can enjoy these popsicles in under four hours. And the best part? You only need three ingredients!

This recipe is so convenient for Nutella lovers – you can even do it in your office as long as there is a fridge! On top of that, this quick recipe is also for kids to enjoy.

Rating

Prep Time15 minsCook Time3 hrsTotal Time3 hrs 15 mins

Ingredients
 1 cup Cool Whip
 ½ cup milk
 ½ cup Nutella
Equipment
 Bowl
 Whisk
 Measuring cups
 Paper cups, preferable Dixie cups
 Tin foil
 Small knife
 Wooden popsicle stick

Directions
1

In a medium bowl, put together all the ingredients and whisk until combined.

2

Pour the mixture into six sturdy paper cups, preferably Dixie cups.

3

Cover each with tin foil.

4

Cut a small incision in the middle of each using a knife.

5

Insert a wooden popsicle stick in each opening and freeze until hard for about 3 hours.

6

Peel off the paper cups one by one and serve!

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Ingredients

Ingredients
 1 cup Cool Whip
 ½ cup milk
 ½ cup Nutella
Equipment
 Bowl
 Whisk
 Measuring cups
 Paper cups, preferable Dixie cups
 Tin foil
 Small knife
 Wooden popsicle stick

Directions

Directions
1

In a medium bowl, put together all the ingredients and whisk until combined.

2

Pour the mixture into six sturdy paper cups, preferably Dixie cups.

3

Cover each with tin foil.

4

Cut a small incision in the middle of each using a knife.

5

Insert a wooden popsicle stick in each opening and freeze until hard for about 3 hours.

6

Peel off the paper cups one by one and serve!

Quick Summer Nutella Pops

Tips

  1. Feel free to add more Nutella if you want.
  2. You can also use a popsicle mould instead of paper cups.
  3. If you’re looking out for a sub to Cool Whip, you may whisk 1 cup of whipping cream with 1 tsp. of powdered sugar. Although the texture will be a little different but the flavor will still turn out remarkable.
  4. Freezing them overnight is highly recommended to produce best results.

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