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How to Make Two Tone Fudgesicles

Photo Credit William Brinson via Food 52

Do you like Fudgesicles? YES! Did you know that they’re incredibly easy to make? Well they are and thanks to the dynamic duo over at Food 52 we have step by step photos to show you how. You won’t believe how easy peasy these are. No more buying fudgesicles from a box once you see this ; ) You can find the photos and links after the jump!

  • First, chop the chocolate -both milk & dark 1 of 11
    First, chop the chocolate -both milk & dark
  • Keep them separate! 2 of 11
    Keep them separate!
  • A little cayenne & cinnamon go into the dark chocolate. 3 of 11
    A little cayenne & cinnamon go into the dark chocolate.
  • Plus a pinch of salt. 4 of 11
    Plus a pinch of salt.
  • Brown sugar keeps things nice and velvety 5 of 11
    Brown sugar keeps things nice and velvety
  • Next: vanilla seeds for the milk chocolate 6 of 11
    Next: vanilla seeds for the milk chocolate
  • The bowls are ready to go! 7 of 11
    The bowls are ready to go!
  • Pour hot half-and-half over the chocolate & spices, whisking all the while to help melt the chocolate. 8 of 11
    Pour hot half-and-half over the chocolate & spices, whisking all the while to help melt the chocolate.
  • & smooth everything out. 9 of 11
    & smooth everything out.
  • Pour in the spicy dark chocolate mixture first, & after it partially sets in the freezer, top off molds w/milk chocolate 10 of 11
    Pour in the spicy dark chocolate mixture first, & after it partially sets in the freezer, top off molds w/milk chocolate
  • And voila! Fudgesicles! 11 of 11
    And voila! Fudgesicles!

You can find the original Food 52 post HERE including full recipe. All Photo Credits: William Brinson via Food 52

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