After having spent my summer creating & eating almost every popsicle flavor possible I decided it was time to wrap up these babies & create a transitional flavor as the weather begins to turn. Ah I know I said it & cold weather is terrifying but luckily this sweet treat will make you forget about the snow that’ll most likely be on the ground in two seconds…
I know, I know I’m getting ahead of myself with this weather talk but judging by the last few winters we’ve had here in the mid-west I’m not totally crazy to be thinking this way! When trying to decide what type of popsicle to make, I referred back to some of my most popular posts & when looking for a theme I discovered you guys really like my cookie dough recipe…yay! So here ya have it, adapted from our basic cookie dough recipe (which is egg free & goes perfectly with a night of Netflix & a spoon if I do say so myself!) this recipe is, as all the other popsicle recipes have been, super easy!
- 1½ cup milk
- ⅓ cup light brown sugar
- ½ cup granulated sugar
- ½ tsp vanilla extract
- chocolate chips, for topping
- Over low-medium heat pour milk into saucepan. Add in the both sugars & stir until sugar has completely dissolved. Remove from heat & add in the vanilla extract.
- Pour into popsicle mold. Once mixture has cooled (about 2 minutes) add in chocolate chips & freeze for 36-48 hours. Enjoy!