Peach Pops

I’ve been lucky enough to spend all week with my favorite seven-year-old on the planet.

We’ve done lots of cooking.



Perfectly portable Peach Pops.

Lots of p’s around these parts.

Popsicle molds are a fabulous way to cook with the kids AND they’ll only set you back about $4 at Bed, Bath and Beyond.  Since I know you all have those 20% off coupons and assuming I’ve done my math correctly, we’ll drop that down to a mere $3.20.

These popsicles take about three minutes to make. In addition to being fast, healthy and delicious, they are completely customizable to whatever fruit you have in the fridge or freezer.

-makes 4 popsicles

*You may need to adjust the measurements based on the size of your molds

  • One 7 oz. container of chopped peaches in 100% juice (not drained), or one cup of chopped peaches
  • 1/3 cup organic vanilla yogurt + more for topping
  • 2 tbsp orange/mango/tropical juice (optional)

  1. In a blender/magic bullet/food processor, blend all of the ingredients together. Feel free to leave out a couple peaches to stir in at the end if you prefer some chunks.
  2. Pour mixture into molds.
  3. Place a dollop of yogurt on top of each one.
  4. Place caps on molds and freeze for at least 3-4 hours.  These must be completely frozen in order to come out of the molds properly.

Our second version was raspberry cream.  Throw a handful of raspberries into the mix and put a dollop of yogurt beneath and on top of the mixture. Delish!

Now go relax in this 3,000 degree weather and enjoy a Peach Pop or four.

3 thoughts on “Peach Pops

  1. cause i want it allll or nothing at all. I was talking to laura today about how great of a roommate you are and she was like i bet she always cooks for you!

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