Nov 5, 2008


If you like bananas in your ice cream, this recipe from Hersheys is wonderful and yummy. I never knew you can make such an interesting ice pops using banana and my favourite brand of chocolate from Hershey's Cocoa.

The picture is taken from Hershey' of their original Banana Fudge Pops.

Here are the ingredients

A ripe medium banana
1 and 1/2 cups of Orange Banana Juice (see method below)
1/2 cup of sugar
1/4 cup of Hershey's Cocoa (i got the square box, rounded corners Hershey's Cocoa)
1/2 cup + 2 tbsp of evaporated milk (5oz can)
6 paper cold drink cups (disposable papaer cups for parties that holds about 5oz)
6 ice cream sticks

To make Orange Banana Juice, slice the banana, add orange juice and blend it till it is like a smoothie. Add the sugar, cocoa powder and continue to blend it. Add the evaporated milk and blend till all the ingredients are mixed well.

Pour them into the disposable cups and freeze for about an hour till it crystalizes. Pop the sticks in the centre and continue to freeze it until it is firm and ready to eat.
If you are not into bananas in your popsicle, you might want to try using strawberries instead. They taste just as great. Strawberry Chocolate Popsicles!

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