Bod & Bud

Cookie-Dough Popsicles


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Hola Señor/ita!

Today I’m spoiling you with a d.e.l.i.c.i.o.u.s enie menie mini mo cutie thingie treat.

This is what they should look like:

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This is what you’ll make them look like:

Fallen-ice_cream-cone

Haha no sorry, I’m not going to go all Gordon Ramsey on ya. Anyway, here’s the recipe:

FIRST OFF – GET THE GOD DAMN INGREDIENTS, pardon me…. make sure you have all the ingredients available:

150-200g Almonds
150-200g Cashews
Pure Vanilla Powdah
Himalayan Salt, but if you don’t want to climb friggin’ Mt. Everest, get your regular table salt
200-250g Pitted Dates
1 tbs of Pure Peanut Butter (if you want)
A Pinch of Cardamom

Blend it all in a strong mixer till’ it’s all fluffy and inviting. Taste some of it……tasted good? Brilliant! Now turn the dough into small balls and place them on a smooth surface – plate/tray/whatever. Go to the forest and collect sticks. Wash them off. Squash them into the balls. JOKE. I took some chopsticks and broke them in half, that works too. Make sure they aren’t too long because then they won’t fit in the freezer…

A small advice from me – before you put them in the freezer, pour a tiny amount of honey in the small gaps between the dough and the stick. This will help the dough glue better to the stick.

Place them in the freezer for a good 15-30min.

In the meanwhile, stir up some chocolate,
SECOND OFF:
C
oconut Oil 1dl (or more if you want a lot of chocolate)
Agave Syrup or Honey, blend it in till’ you like the taste.
Cocoa, as much as needed, but usually 1-3 tablespoons.

Get out the pop’s and start dipping them in the chocolate. Double-dip (hehe), triple-dip or even quadruple dip, in my opinion, the more chocolate, the better. It takes more time though since you have to put them back in the freezer for the chocolate to stifle before next dip.

Voíla! Trés bien! Now: DEVOUR!

Free from: refined sugar, gluten, lactose, animal products (- honey)

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