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Cookies N Cream Popsicles

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Since summer is coming to an end, I decided that this was my last opportunity to make a frozen treat to cool me off these last few summer days.

I recently made some healthy fruity popsicles, and even though these probably aren’t as healthy, they are equally delicious!

Today’s recipe is on how to make Cookies N Cream Popsicles!

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These Popsicles are made of Oreos (or any cream filled cookie), cool whip, a bit of sugar, and homemade almond milk.

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Now you can use regular whole milk if you would like, but I decided to use homemade vanilla almond milk, and I think this makes the pops a bit healthier and it tastes wonderful!

These popsicles taste just like an Oreo dunked into a glass of ice cold milk and if you want these to taste more chocolatey (and in my opinion, more yummy), you can even add extra chunks of Oreos into the popsicles.

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Cookies N Cream Popsicles

Makes 3-4 popsicles

Ingredients:

4-5 Oreos

2 chopped up Oreos (optional)

¾ cup of vanilla almond milk (or regular)

½ cup of cool whip topping

2 tbsp of granulated sugar

Directions:

1. Place milk, cool whip, and sugar into blender and blend until combined.

2. Place whole Oreos into blender and mix until Oreos are broken into small pieces.

3.Pour mixture into popsicle molds and if you want, put Oreo chunks into molds as well. Place molds into the freezer for at least five hours (or over night).

4. Once frozen, Place mold into a cup of hot water until popsicles release from mold and enjoy!

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Author: TheNerdyOwl

Just a teenaged girl with a food blog and a passion for baking.

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