The 2012 Ice Pop Project: Milk and Cookies

This is going to sound totally crazy, but I never tried the classic milk and cookies combo until just a few weeks ago. As an overly mature kid, I dipped rich tea biscuits in my coffee. But never cookies in milk. Man, I have been missing out!

I was explaining this to the boyfriend and ex-roomie as we were eating my last batch of ice pops on the balcony one night. Then it came to me. Milk. Cookies. Ice pops. It was happening.

I’m a total psycho and baked my own batch of cookies from scratch to make these, but feel free to get store-bought chocolate chip cookies, or experiment with other cookies. (Milk and Oreo ice pops?!) But here it is. A super simple ice pop for my fellow cookie addicts.

Milk and Cookies Ice Pops
Makes 4 servings
About 200 calories

2 cups milk
1/4 cup sugar
4-8 chocolate chip cookies depending on size, roughly torn into large chunks

Warm the milk in a small pot over a low flame. Add the sugar and stir until dissolved. Remove from heat and let cool for a few minutes.

Drop a few pieces of cookie chunks into your ice pop molds and fill them up half way with sweetened milk. Add a few more cookie chunks into each mold and fill the molds to the top with milk.

Chill in freezer for at least 4 hours.


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