Today is our very fist Monday of summer break and we are celebrating in style. The house is scattered with building blocks, we plan on going to the little local pool after lunch, our summer reading point charts are ready to be marked, and homemade popsicles are pretty much the only thing my kids want to eat. These Quick and Easy Peach Pineapple Popsicles are just as great as the name sounds! They have 2 ingredients and take a full 2 minutes to throw together. The only hard part is waiting for them to freeze. I often will make popsicles at night when my kids are in bed so that they aren’t asking me all day long if they are frozen yet. Kids have the memory of elephant when it comes to popsicles, I tell you! They just can’t forget when there are popsicles in the freezer. Too bad this phenomena doesn’t apply to where they left their shoes…
I love making popsicles with all kinds of fruit, covered in fruit juice. It’s incredibly simple but it’s also full of fiber and looks gorgeous. It’s also a really easy “recipe” for your kids or grandkids to make on their own.
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- Fresh, frozen or canned sliced peaches
- Pineapple juice
- In your favorite popsicle molds add a few slices of peach and fill the mold with pineapple juice. Add your sticks and freeze until solid (at least 8 hours but plan on overnight).
- To remove easily run the outside of the mold under warm water and then pop the popsicle out. Enjoy right away.
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I’m in love with popsicles and here are a few other recipe I’ve posted. Emily from One Lovely Life is also a homemade popsicle ninja, and you can see her recipes here. My other favorite trick… enjoy your favorite smoothie with the kids for afternoon snack but plan on making extra. Throw the rest of the smoothie in your popsicle molds and they’ll be ready in the morning. Easy! I do own about 5 different popsicle molds and I’m thinking about writing a post on them. Stay tuned.
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