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Re: Fudgicle Peanut butter --YUM!

Postby ami » Sat Jan 10, 2009 9:20 pm

I thought this might help some newbies with P1 dessert ideas.
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Re: Fudgicle Peanut butter --YUM!

Postby BabyBlue05 » Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:15 am

Omg...this is sooooooooo good. I just made it for my hb and I but with out the whipped cream (he doesn't not like whipped cream), I froze it to make it like an ice cream. My hb thinks it taste like a reese's cup and i think it taste like a snickers.

Can one eat this as a dessert everyday? :D
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Re: Fudgicle Peanut butter --YUM!

Postby RedRox » Thu Apr 16, 2009 5:34 am

yes, but you need to count the PB towards your nut allowance and the calories in the fudge pop and any whipped topping towards your daily sweet treat allowance.
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Re: Fudgicle Peanut butter --YUM!

Postby BabyBlue05 » Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:37 pm

Hmmm, I think I will just keep it to once a week. :)

Thank you.
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Re: Fudgicle Peanut butter --YUM!

Postby recipelover » Fri Jan 08, 2010 1:41 am

It is definitely time to "bump" this back up for all the new readers to this forum. This dessert absolutely saved us from cheating with desserts when we were on Phase 1. I still love it!
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Re: Fudgicle Peanut butter --YUM!

Postby recipelover » Thu Jan 06, 2011 10:15 pm

This is another great recipe that SBers need to keep handy. We still eat these--we freeze ours for about 20-25 min. before eating them.

So good !!!!!!!
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Re: Fudgicle Peanut butter --YUM!

Postby Swinefeld » Thu Aug 25, 2011 1:04 pm

Quick question, and it may sound dumb but, I'd like to try these but am not really sure whether or not the fudgesicle should be completely melted. Do I just sort of "shave" the fudgesicle off of the stick with a spoon, for example? Or do I put it in the microwave and totally melt it down to liquid then add the other ingredients and then refreeze it for a bit? I'd imagine if it needs to be totally melted that I need to let it cool completely before adding in the cool whip (otherwise it too melts)? Thanks!
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Re: Fudgicle Peanut butter --YUM!

Postby recipelover » Thu Aug 25, 2011 1:55 pm

I microwave the fudgesicle in a bowl just until it starts melting. Scrape it off the stick in a bowl and then smash it around so that you can stir in the Cool whip. You wouldn't want to melt it so much that it gets hot and pure liquid--just enough to soften it. It will still be cool and you can stir in the Cool Whip right away. Then freeze it right in the same bowl for about 20 min. We do!!
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Re: Fudgicle Peanut butter --YUM!

Postby Swinefeld » Thu Aug 25, 2011 5:27 pm

Thanks so much for the reply!
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Re: Fudgicle Peanut butter --YUM!

Postby Geo » Tue Apr 04, 2017 1:29 am

I just tried this recipe for the first time. After reading all the wonderful things that people said about it, I couldn't wait to eat it. Made up 2 fudgesicles, with 2 T of Natural Peanut Butter, and 2 T of Cool Whip Lite. Couldn't wait to try, so I ate one shortly after freezing. It was good, but today I ate the other which was totally frozen. It was BETTER than the Peanut Butter Chocolate shakes I used to love at Braum's! If you haven't tried it, TREAT YOURSELF!

I purchased some 6-oz freezer containers, and it is a good thing. The small size keeps me from overeating the dessert. Yummy!
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Weight 200 => 177
Triglycerides 541 => 101
Cholesterol 305 => 150
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Re: Fudgicle Peanut butter --YUM!

Postby Magna » Tue Apr 04, 2017 6:35 pm

Glad you liked it, and thanks for the review!

I know how tasty Braums shakes are. :) Glad you were able to find something you like just as well.
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