Mini Layered Ice Cream Pops

PREP 25 mins
TOTAL 25 mins
Yields 9

INGREDIENTS :

DIRECTIONS :

  1. First, you'll need to create the ice cream. Whisk together the ice cream ingredients until completely mixed. Then pour ingredients in an ice cream maker. (If you don't have an ice cream maker, you can mix the ingredients, pour into a bread pan, place in freezer, then scoop out when solid. A little time in the microwave may be needed to help soften it.)
  2. Once ice cream is solid, it's time to build the ice cream pops. I used mini cups (you know, the ones you either rinse off your mouth with in the bathroom, or use for jello shots) but you could use larger size cups as well.
  3. In the bottom, add about a tablespoon of cashews, then a larger tablespoon of ice cream to cover them completely, then the nut buttter, the ice cream, then chocolate chips. Then place a craft stick in the middle of the popsicle, pressing it down to the bottom of the cup.
  4. Repeat until the ice cream is gone.
  5. Place in freezing and let freeze for up to 5+ hours to make sure all the ingredients are hard and well combined.
  6. Eat up. They may need to soften just a little bit so they are not too hard to bite into! So be careful!

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INGREDIENTS :

DIRECTIONS :

  1. First, you'll need to create the ice cream. Whisk together the ice cream ingredients until completely mixed. Then pour ingredients in an ice cream maker. (If you don't have an ice cream maker, you can mix the ingredients, pour into a bread pan, place in freezer, then scoop out when solid. A little time in the microwave may be needed to help soften it.)
  2. Once ice cream is solid, it's time to build the ice cream pops. I used mini cups (you know, the ones you either rinse off your mouth with in the bathroom, or use for jello shots) but you could use larger size cups as well.
  3. In the bottom, add about a tablespoon of cashews, then a larger tablespoon of ice cream to cover them completely, then the nut buttter, the ice cream, then chocolate chips. Then place a craft stick in the middle of the popsicle, pressing it down to the bottom of the cup.
  4. Repeat until the ice cream is gone.
  5. Place in freezing and let freeze for up to 5+ hours to make sure all the ingredients are hard and well combined.
  6. Eat up. They may need to soften just a little bit so they are not too hard to bite into! So be careful!

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