Peanut Butter Fudgy Pops

Peanut Butter Fudgy Pops

Some things were just meant to go together: strawberries and cream, oatmeal and raisins, peanut butter and chocolate. Our Peanut Butter Fudgy Pops blend the latter two made-in-heaven flavors into ice-cold pops that taste like a peanut butter cup on a stick — without the truckload of fat and sugar to weigh you down.

Most better-for-you popsicles are usually fruit-based, but these offer something a little creamier. Blend and freeze just three ingredients — Chocolate Shakeology, peanut butter, and milk — and you’ll be enjoying a satisfying, healthy treat that also has 9 grams of protein. (Not a fan of chocolate? Then check out our avocado and banana popsicles).

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Peanut butter may sound like an indulgence, but it can be part of a healthy diet — in moderation, of course. Peanuts pack a lot into a little package: They contain fiber, protein, key vitamins and minerals like potassium and vitamin E, and monounsaturated fats.

If you’re feeling a little ambitious, consider making your own. All you need are peanuts and a food processor and you can make homemade peanut butter in five minutes flat. If you don’t own a food processor or don’t want to mess with kitchen appliances, just make sure to use natural peanut butter. Check the label: The only ingredients listed should be peanuts and salt.

Want more delicious and healthy Shakeology dessert ideas? Here are recipes for brownies, energy balls, and cookies for you to try! Let us know how they turn out.

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Peanut Butter Fudgy Pops
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Prep Time: 3 hours, 10 minutes

Total Time: 3 hours, 10 minutes

Yield: 4 servings



  1. Place milk, Shakeology, and peanut butter in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
  2. Pour evenly into four ice pop molds; freeze until hard.


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