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Peaches and Cream Popsicles

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I love peaches, but only if they are firm…meaning I hate them once they become mushy. Brian on the other hand likes them soft, which kind of makes me gag. He’s like that with many vegetables as well. I always have to pull out my corn on the cob, green beans, asparagus and broccoli far ahead of his because again, he likes them mushy {gag}.

Okay, back to the peaches, I bought a huge bag last week and after making this cobbler I still quite a few left. Since I am a popsicle making fool with my new Zoku Quick Pop Maker, I decided to whip up some Peaches and Cream Popsicles. How delish does this combo sound?

These are easy, delicious, super healthy and they only require 4 ingredients…which is always a plus in my book! The beauty of whipping together your own popsicles is that you have complete control over the ingredients. With the abundance of seasonal fruit available right now, I have a feeling I’ll be creating many more delectable flavor combinations in the coming months!

If you are looking for a way to beat the heat by making popsicles in 7-9 minutes, then definitely check out my giveaway for a Zoku Quick Pop Maker.

Peaches and Cream Popsicles

makes 6 popsicles

1 cup of peaches; chopped then pureed
½ cup peaches; diced
6 tablespoons milk
1 5.3 ounce container of Greek vanilla yogurt
2 teaspoons Agave Nectar

1. Mix peach puree, milk, agave and yogurt until smooth.
2. Stir in diced peaches.
3. Fill your popsicles molds.
4. Freeze at least 4 hours unless you have a Zoku Quick Pop Maker, if so, you’ll be snacking in about 7-9 minutes.

-Agave Nectar is a readily available sweetener typically located in the baking aisle near the granulated sugar.
-If your peaches are not too sweet, you may need to add more Agave to suit your taste.

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Tuesday 2nd of October 2012

these truned out very yummy, thanks for sharing!


Wednesday 3rd of October 2012

m- So happy to hear you enjoyed them! Thanks for coming back and leaving your feedback. -Jamie


Thursday 16th of February 2012

Do you have to use Greek yogurt? I'm not a huge fan of the taste of it, just wondering what you thought would be a good substitute?


Thursday 16th of February 2012

Adrianne- I have tested this recipe with regular yogurt, but I am guessing they will be just fine. -Jamie


Thursday 2nd of February 2012

Yum! These look so good and I'm dreaming of the summer sunshine. I wish your photos were set up on your website in a way that's pinterest-friendly! I would love to link your delish food to my boards!


Friday 3rd of February 2012

Michelle- The photos should definitely be Pinterest friendly. You can pin from the Pinterest button at the end of each post or use a pinning tool from your browser. Hope this helps. -Jamie


Monday 27th of June 2011

Super yummy! :)


Tuesday 31st of August 2010

These just sound and look so good!

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