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    • Betsy Trewartha

      Red wine fudgesicles. Umm, this is happening. Wine and chocolate in ice cream form?! yes please!

    • Stacy Reilly

      Yup. Red Wine Fudgesicles, makes 4-6 popsicles depending on your tray size. Needed: 1 cup Cougar Crest red wine, 1 1/2 cup dark chocolate chips, and 1 1/2 cup milk. In a small pot simmer the wine over low/medium heat for 12-18 minutes, allowing it to reduce. Remove from heat and whisk in the chocolate until completely melted. Stir in the milk. Pour into your popsicle tray and freeze overnight.

    • Laura Simoneau

      Weekend Project: Red Wine Fudgesicles - The Frisky

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