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Mocha Pops [Vegan]

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As the weather is getting hotter, it becomes harder for me to not have ice cream. On the quest to become fully vegan, the hardest food to give up for me has been ice cream. I still indulge in some Mint Chocolate Chip cones once in a while. However, I have been consciously trying to cut the dairy out of my diet with these Vegan Mocha Pops.

Mocha Pops [Vegan]

This Recipe is :

Dairy Free Vegan

Serves

4 popsicles

Ingredients

  • ½ cup of strong brewed coffee 
  • ¼ cup chocolate sauce or cocoa powder mixed with water
  • ¾ cup coconut milk
  • Agave syrup to taste
  • A handful of Raw Chocolate nibs

Preparation

  1. Mix the coffee with coconut milk and chocolate sauce. If you do not have chocolate sauce, simply make a paste out of cocoa powder and water.
  2. Add agave syrup to taste. Mix.
  3. The mixture should be more viscous than coffee but not like syrup.
  4. Drop a pinch of raw chocolate nibs to the bottom of each  mold.
  5. Pour the mocha liquid into the mold. Add more raw chocolate nibs.
  6. Freeze for about 8 hours.

Notes

To remove, run the molds under hot water for a few seconds.

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Maria is a Science teacher, an environmentalist, and an aspiring vegan who loves all things healthy. Maria’s love for yoga and nature has finally pushed her to ditch the meat and live a healthy vegan lifestyle. When she is not busy relaying wisdom to a classroom full of teenage girls, Maria uses her blog Wayfaring Teacher as a place to inspire people to live a happy, healthy, and active life.


 

 

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2 comments on “Mocha Pops [Vegan]”

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Cindy
5 Years Ago

These look so good :) I have what may be a stupid question - but is the coconut milk you are using the kind that comes in a can or the kind that comes in a carton? Thanks, Cindy


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Maria Benoit: Blogger, Wayfaring Teacher
30 May 2012

It comes in a can because it is the only one available here. I heard the carton one is better.



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