Banana Fudge Popsicles

These banana fudge popsicles are a sweet, healthy, kid-friendly dessert that's perfect for summer. Try this healthy recipe to satisfy chocolate cravings!DisclosureCreamy Fudgsicles were one of my favorite desserts as a child.  Unfortunately, they contain 17 ingredients, including high fructose corn syrup, Polysorbate 80, and carrageenan. These are not the ingredients I want my kids to be eating on a hot summer day.

These homemade banana fudge popsicles are a much better option. Sweet, creamy, and full of chocolate goodness, they take just minutes to make and you can enjoy them as soon as they’re frozen. Kids won’t realize they’re eating a nutritious snack, and you won’t have to worry about chemicals in their summer treats.

Banana Fudge Pops
  • 2 cups sliced ripe bananas (approximately 2 large bananas)
  • ¼ cup cocoa powder
  • ½ cup milk (dairy or non-dairy)
  • 2 tbs. maple syrup
  • ½ tsp. vanilla extract
  1. Place all the ingredients in a food processor or blender and process until smooth.
  2. Transfer the mixture to popsicle molds and freeze. (I use the Tovolo Star Ice Pop Molds, which I like because they're not too big and they have a handy base that fits well in the freezer.)
  3. To remove the popsicles from their molds, leave them out on the counter for a few minutes or run them under lukewarm water to loosen.

Banana Fudge Popsicles Price Breakdown

This recipe costs a total of $1.23, or $.31 per ½ cup popsicle.  These banana fudge pops are a healthy, delicious dessert that will satisfy your chocolate craving.

Note: A reader pointed out that this recipe is very similar to a fudge pop recipe from Chocolate Covered Katie.  Great minds think alike!  I hadn’t seen her recipe before.  I always give credit to other recipe developers when I adapt one of their recipes, and I appreciate the same courtesy when others adapt my recipes.


  1. says

    Delicious! I love this simple yet decadent (and healthy!) recipe. I make a version using a kozy shack chocolate pudding but I think I’ll try using cocoa powder next time.

  2. says

    Hi there…do you mind if I share this link in a healthy popsicle round up? I will include just a photo and a link. Let me know if you don’t want to be included.

    • Annemarie says

      Carolyn, thanks for asking. Yes, I’d be happy to have you include this recipe and photo in your round-up. I look forward to seeing it.

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