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90 Calorie Frozen Fudge Bars **Kosher Recipe Linkup**


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Today we introduce the first Kosher recipe linkup.  We have gathered together the best kosher food bloggers on the web to share some of their favorite frozen dessert recipes.   Every month we will choose another theme, share a recipe and a linkup to all our blogger friends who are also participating. We know you will love it!

This morning Jamie shared her recipe for a Strawberry Soda Float, so refreshing and easy to make!  I wanted to post my new favorite popsicle, Homemade Frozen Fudge Bars.

I have been making popsicles for my kids for years.  We blend a bunch of fresh, overripe fruit and stick it into popsicle molds, I love this mold where I can use real wooden popsicle sticks, they don’t break as easily and they feel store bought.  While using fruit is still the healthiest option, sometimes you just need a little chocolate.  These refreshing frozen fudge bars are a combination of soy milk, cocoa powder and sugar.  These treats are easy to make, pareve and under 100 calories!  They really satisfy that chocolate ice cream craving in a low calorie dessert that can be made even lower by using artificial sweetener.

I also tried adding different toppings, chopped peanuts or mini chocolate chips work well if you need a little something special inside your ice.  As for me, I like it just the way it is.  Smooth, cold and filled with creamy chocolatey goodness.

90 Calorie Frozen Fudge Bars

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About Tamar Genger MA, RD


Tamar lives in New York and is the mother of three amazing children, a Registered Dietitian, professor of Nutrition, and as you can probably guess, a foodie! Tamar loves to travel with her family and visits kosher restaurants wherever she goes. Although she loves the sights, she spends more time talking about the restaurants and food she ate! As a mom and a nutritionist, Tamar tries to balance her passion for healthy cooking with her insatiable desire for chocolate!




8 Responses to 90 Calorie Frozen Fudge Bars **Kosher Recipe Linkup**

  1. avatar says: hindyg

    These look so good! I love fudgesicles!

  2. These sound delicious. I love the popsicle mold!

  3. I remember eating Fudgsicles as a kid..this remind me of those!

  4. These brought back some wonderful memories of the fudgsicles that my cousin and I used to devour every summer when we were kids. Wow, the memories are good and I remember the taste of that chocolatey icey dessert. Just wonderful and yours look and sound even better, I notice with a minimum of sugar

  5. Hey T – I totally agree smooth with nothing in it – and I LOVE the wooden Popsicle sticks vs the molds with the plastic “handles/sticks” just doesn’t feel the same 00 I have lately been eating Healthy Choice 100 cal fudge bard but they are dairy and I suffer on shabbos when I have a sweet tooth — these will be perfect – pareve and 10 less cals!

  6. avatar says: ilana

    what brand is your ice pop mold?

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