Strawberry Nutella Popsicles

 

These perfect summer popsicles use fresh strawberries and Nutella to make a refreshing cold treat. Kids will love ém. Parents will too. Even if they don’t want to admit it.

 

Strawberry Nutella Popsicles ~ Only 3 ingredients. Super simple and delicious!

I really love both strawberries and Nutella so these were bound to happen sooner or later. I just recently picked up these  Tovolo Groovy Ice Pop Molds from Amazon and I absolutely love them. The kids immediately wanted to know why I only bought one set. I guess I see their point. I mean how long do 6 popsicles last with 5 people in your family???

Strawberry Nutella Popsicles ~ Only 3 ingredients. Super simple and delicious!

Yes, that’s right. Not long! So guess what’s in my Amazon cart again and to be ordered soon? These bad boys. Maybe I should buy 4 more and invite all the neighborhood kids over pops. That’s sounds fun. Well, I guess that’s until they have popsicle juice running down their arms and onto their chest hairs then maybe not so fun anymore.

Oops. 6-9 year olds should not have chest hair. OK. Moving on.

The greatest thing about these pops are that they’re easy as can be.

The worst thing is that you have to wait at least 4 hours to enjoy them.

Strawberry Nutella Popsicles ~ Only 3 ingredients. Super simple and delicious!

Go ahead. Let out the biggest groan ever! I hear you. But I will say, they are worth the wait dear friends.

These amazing popsicles pull together with 3 simple ingredients; Nutella, milk and fresh strawberries.

Life simplified. Yes! I love it.

 

Strawberry Nutella Popsicles ~ Only 3 ingredients. Super simple and delicious!

Til we meet and eat again friends,

Melanie

xo

 

5.0 from 3 reviews
Strawberry Nutella Popsicles
 
Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • 1½ cups milk (I used 2%)
  • ½ cup Nutella
  • 1 cup fresh strawberries, sliced thin
Instructions
  1. Place milk and Nutella in a blender. Blend until smooth.
  2. Place strawberries into molds. (You can also use paper cups and popsicle sticks.) I was purposeful and careful in placing them up against edges. But if looks or placement don't matter, then just dump them in. Just an FYI: If you don't that all the berries will be at the top though.
  3. Carefully pour Nutella/milk mixture into popsicle molds.
  4. Freeze for at least 4-6 hours. Carefully run warm water over the popsicle molds or cups for about 10-15 seconds. They should pull out easily. If not let them sit for 2-3 minutes and try again.

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Lovely comments

  1. says

    These are SO pretty Melanie! I just made popsicles too, but love your mold way better! And these flavors are awesome – can’t go wrong with nutella and strawberries :) That was my favorite combo when I was pregnant! Pinned! Hope you have a great weekend :)

    • says

      Thanks for pinning! Yes, this mold is definitely the best I’ve ever used. Can’t wait to get another one. Thanks for stopping by! :)

  2. says

    what a lovely treat! So simple and divine at the same time! The strawberries are so pretty in there. I was wondering what kind of kids you had in your neighborhood with chest hair! haha!

  3. says

    This is a fantastic idea and one of those recipes that makes me wish I had lots of kids running around to give them to. Oh well, I’ll just have to eat them all myself if I test these out! :-)

  4. says

    I keep saying that I’m going to buy some of these popsicle molds and haven’t. I’m just going to order them then I don’t have to deal with remembering to get them when I am out. These popsicles look delicious! A perfect summertime treat 😀

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