Coffee Oreo Fudge Ice Cream Pops

Coffee Oreo Fudge Ice Cream Pops
These homemade ice cream pops are amazing! This is a really easy way to jazz up any ice cream flavor. It would be fun for a birthday party and keeps you from stopping at Dairy Queen. :-)

Coffee Oreo Fudge Ice Cream Pops

Here’s what you need to make Coffee Oreo Fudge Ice Cream Pops
Coffee Ice Cream
Hot Fudge
5oz or 9oz paper cups, depending on how large you want them. I couldn’t find 5oz cups, so I used 9oz and thought they were a good portion size for an adult.
Popsicle sticks

What’s really great is that any of these ingredients can be substituted for something else. Like a Mint Chip Brownie Ice Cream Pop would be great too!

Now here’s what you’re going to do..

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*Let your ice cream become melty before making the cups. I let mine sit out for 15-20 minutes. You don’t want it soupy, just easy enough to scoop and fall into the cup.

1. Put chopped pecans in bottom of paper cup
2. Scoop of ice cream
3. Crushed oreos
4. Hot Fudge (heat the hot fudge in the microwave to get it melty)
5. Chopped pecans
6. Scoop of ice cream
7. Hot Fudge
8. Crushed oreos

Once you’re finished making your layers, put the popsicle stick in the cup and push until it’s almost all the way down.

Now here’s the hard part, waiting for them to freeze! We tried ours the next day.

When you’re ready to enjoy, make a slit in the paper cup with a scissors and begin to peel the cup away.

Coffee Oreo Fudge Ice Cream Pops
Ta-da! Look at that!

Coffee Oreo Fudge Ice Cream Pops
These are my new favorite and I will definitely be making them again!

Are you ready for one yet?

Coffee Oreo Fudge Ice Cream Pops
I should probably wipe the drool off of my computer.. :-)

Coffee Oreo Fudge Ice Cream Pops
Adapted from Oh Nuts!

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    • The First Year Blog says

      Yes, much cheaper than the ice cream man!! Heading over to say hi at your page!

  1. Bobbie says

    Oh my gosh. Is there anything better than Oreos? Maybe with ice cream and hot fudge like this!

    • The First Year Blog says

      I am definitely making them again too! They’ll be my “oh company is coming over” excuse :-)

  2. says

    I am going to have try this out! This looks amazing! I am a new follower from southern charm! I would love for you to check out my blog and follow me back!Nicole

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    By the way, those pops look so delicious! Now that’s a cavity I’m willing to get ;o)

  4. says

    Thank you for a super-great recipe! I love the portability of these treats – easy to hand to kids outside with a hose handy for clean up! And of course, the flavors — yum!

  5. says

    This would be the perfect treat for summer. I could be enjoying this while my preschooler is enjoying his Popsicle! Plus since he doesn’t like coffee flavor anything I won’t have to share!

  6. says

    Oh My!!! This made my mouth water! Yummmm! I’m going to make this… Oooh yeah! Thank you so much for co-hosting with me and linking this up at Bewitch Me & Titi! Hope to have you there next Sunday with a new awesome creation!

    Hope you are having a lovely day

    Cami @ TitiCrafty by Camila

  7. says

    Beth I want these NOW! These remind me of Dairy Queen’s ice cream cake which I LOVE! Can’t wait to try these this Summer! Thanks for sharing! :)

  8. Dona Nichols says

    these sound so yummy!! Not a good thing to be looking at when your trying to cut back!!! lol :) I will have to give them a try! I’m a follower of Christ also! :) love the Lord!


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