- 2 Peaches
- 10 ounces sliced Frozen Peaches
- 1.5 cups Filtered Water
- 0.5 cup Real Maple Syrup
- 2 Tablespoons Plain Yogurt
Fruity, juicy, peachy peach popsicles!
These popsicles are so easy to make, perfectly sweet, kid and adult friendly.
Get your blender out and make these easy peach popsicles ASAP!
The hardest part of this recipe is the waiting period, while the popsicles freeze.
Popsicles are always a good idea, especially during the hot summer months as they make for a great sweet and refreshing treat.
This recipe has just 5 ingredients and the mixture is made in the blender.
Keeps things simple and it’s easy clean up as well.
The peach popsicles are sweetened with maple syrup. Add a bit more if you like it more sweet.
For added body and a slight creaminess, I am adding yogurt.
A full-fate greek style yogurt works well but you can use any kind of dairy on non-dairy yogurt.
Coconut yogurt makes for a great dairy free substitute if you want to make these popsicles vegan friendly.
As with most of my recipes, these popsicles are customizable.
You can use this recipe as a guide as it can be used with any type of fruit you like or have on hand!
It’s always best to use fresh and ripe fruit that is in season but if you want to make these peach popsicles while the peaches are not in season, you can only use frozen fruit as well.
Grab Your Blender
Add the frozen and sliced peaches to your blender or food processor along with the water, maple syrup and yogurt.
Blend until smooth.
Next, wash and cube 1 peach and add to the blender.
Pulse a few times or blend until less chunky.
Pour the mixture into a jug with a spout. It should give you about 3 cups of mixture.
Pour into Popsicle Mold
Wash and slice the second peach into 10 thin slices.
Add 2 slices to each popsicle mold then fill with the peach mixture leaving a bit of room at the top of each popsicle mold.
Leaving room is a good idea as the icy mixture will expand as it freezes.
Add the lid to the popsicle mold along with the wooden popsicle sticks.
Freeze for a minimum of 5 hours, best overnight.