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20 stars! These are extremely good! I used the special dark cocoa and Evaporated milk for a little more than half (used the whole can) of the low-fat milk. I doubled the recipe and boy am I ever glad I did!!! These are really creamy and perfect. I did have to freeze them overnight for them to set up enough. We tried eating one several hours after I'd made them and had to use a spoon because they were still a tad too soft to get out of the container and the sticks came out. ha ha. Both my husband and I give these 2 thumbs up! Thanks for passing this one on...it's going to be a regular here in our house :-), which might not necessarily be a good thing ha ha.

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zaar mate July 29, 2009

These are great. I made them several times this past summer. We made them as written well recieved by my family

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kellyn October 14, 2008

These are good! DH helped with whisking. We ran it under hot water, one at a time to get them out. I used Low Fat sweetened condensed milk and used less sugar(1/4 cup). Enjoy!

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Cookie in Ontario June 16, 2007

I have a posted fudge pop recipe that I like to use, but I didn't have enough milk on hand to make them, and found this recipe to use instead. These were very creamy and choclatey. The perfect summer treat!! They reminded me of the jello pudding pops they used to have on the market. Thanks for sharing this wonderful, delicious and easy recipe!

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Dine & Dish June 19, 2006

Hmmmm, full of choc flavour... I made these as bribes to force DD to eat dinner and yes, it's working :) These filled only four of the plastic popsicle moulds I had but those are quite big... more than my 4 1/2 y.o. can manage without help from Papa.(Gee... he didn't mind !)I had a tiny bit left over which I put into a beaker and next time I make these I will definiately make smaller portions the same size as the beaker. They were a little hard to remove from the forms, but a plate and a teaspoon were on hand and a little digging got the desired result and everyone liked it so it wasn't a problem. I'll be making these again !!! A very well deserved 4 stars ! Thanks :)

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kiwidutch September 14, 2005
Fudgsicles (Frozen Fudge Pops)