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Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles

Do you remember the Real Seal?

I remember seeing it all over the place on dairy products growing up, but until I was asked to create a recipe using a Real Seal product, I didn’t realize that it’s not quite as common before. They actually have a Facebook page with meal ideas and healthy tips for incorporating dairy into your everyday life (Like, did you know that milk is best stored on the bottom shelf in the very back of your fridge, because it’s coldest there?).

Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles : So Very Blessed

Maybe fewer products are meeting their high standards. Who knows. Well, the Real Seal people probably do, but I sure don’t.

I chose to use heavy cream bearing the Real Seal. While I was making these, I was drinking the strawberry milk pictured. That stuff is so good.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles : So Very Blessed

Oh, did I mention this is part of their “Beat the Heat, End of Summer Treat” campaign?

That is something I can definitely get on board with. We’re still in the 100’s here in Tucson. I’m all about beating the heat. And beating the end of summer. The beginning of summer rocks, but the end of summer can take a popsicle-bop to its head.

So there.

Beat the cream, milk (I used skim), vanilla, brown sugar, and Cookie Butter together. I used an immersion blender, because I can.

And because the end pops off at the touch of a button. Such a cool kitchen appliance.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles : So Very Blessed

Then fill your popsicle molds. I bought these adorable little guys on Amazon. They’re really small at about 2oz each, but they’re perfect portion control!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles : So Very Blessed

Sprinkle in your mini chocolate chips, stick in the tops, and pop them in the freezer for at least 4 hours.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles : So Very Blessed

And then you have a cool, creamy, Cookie Butter-y end of summer treat.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles : So Very Blessed

I brought one of these to school for a coworker last week and she ate it at 7am.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles : So Very Blessed

The freedom of being an adult and being able to eat a popsicle for breakfast pretty much rocks.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles : So Very Blessed

If you don’t have access to Cookie Butter (you poor people!) from Trader Joe’s, then I think these would still be delicious and creamy with peanut butter.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles : So Very Blessed

But…try to get your hands on Cookie Butter. It’s one of the best “butters” out there.

Oh, and the mini chocolate chips sink to the bottom, but that was actually one of my favorite parts. It’s kind of like the Drumsticks that have the chocolate chunk in the bottom of the waffle cone.

Totally the best part.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles : So Very Blessed

Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles : So Very Blessed

Chocolate Chip Cookie Butter Popsicles

Yield: 12

Ingredients

  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 2/3 cup Cookie Butter
  • 1/4 cup mini chocolate chips

Instructions

  1. Blend together cream, milk, vanilla, brown sugar, and Cookie Butter.
  2. Pour into popsicle molds.
  3. Sprinkle chocolate chips into each mold.
  4. Freeze for 4 hours or more.

**I was provided a gift card in return for coming up with a recipe using a Real Seal product, but all opinions, as always, are my own**

addie | culicurious

Monday 26th of August 2013

these look so tasty, Becky! :) love this idea. We really need a Trader Joe's in New Orleans!

LuAnn

Sunday 25th of August 2013

How sad, all in one day I learn about Cookie Butter & get all excited with anticipation & then find out, of course, it is not gluten free! Oh, well, the Trader Joe's Dark Chocolate Sea Salt covered almonds soooooo make up for it!

Becky

Sunday 25th of August 2013

Oh no! That IS sad! I'm so sorry, LuAnn! I agree with you, though. Those almonds are incredible! Trader Joe's has some incredible stuff!

Becky

Sunday 25th of August 2013

Thanks, Cathey! Ohh...YES! Pick up some Cookie Butter soon! Yes, the popsicles come out very easily! Most molds you have to run under warm water to release the popsicle, but because these are silicon, you can just peel the mold off.

Of course, you can ask anything! I use a Canon Rebel T2i and a 50mm f/1.8 lens. That is so sweet of you to say. Thank you! And, seriously. If you look back a few years, you'll see a BIG difference in the picture quality here. I've learned a lot since then! ;-)

Cathey

Sunday 25th of August 2013

Oh my goodness, these look insanely good! They recently started opening up Trader Joe's here in Dallas, but I have yet to go. I might have to make a trip to pick up some cookie butter though so I can make these! Those popsicle molds are really cute! Do the popsicles come out easily?Can I ask what kind of camera and lens you use? Sorry if you've answered this previously, but your pictures always look perfect and mine are seriously sad looking. I'll stop asking questions now! :)

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