Peaches and Cream Popsicles
Slightly adapted from My Baking Addiction
3 medium peaches
1/2 cup vanilla yogurt
1/4 cup milk or cream
2 T. honey or sugar
Peel, pit, and dice the peaches. You should have a little over a cup of diced peaches. In a medium bowl, add two-thirds of your peaches and mash them with a fork to create a puree. Add the rest of the diced peaches, yogurt, milk, and honey and stir to combine. Divide the peachy mixture between 6 popsicles molds and freeze until solid: anywhere from 6 hours to overnight.
Notes: Depending on the sweetness of the yogurt, adjust your honey or sugar to taste.
You can also use plain yogurt. Just add a little more sweetener (to taste) and a 1/2 tsp of vanilla.
These are the popsicle molds from Ikea (just under $2 for the set). I own four different popsicle molds. I like these a lot because once they are frozen you can take the individual pops from the holder and store them in the freezer separately. I don’t know about you, but my freezer is near bursting at all times. I like to be able to shuffle these into the freezer when I need a little more room.
I adore this milky green dish. My popsicles would have blended in too much with my normal white dishes.
Just in case you missed it, this is the other project I did with my Ikea treasures.
Thanks for stopping by and have a peachy day.
Disclosure: Just for the record, I drove 3 hours to Ikea to attend an event for bloggers. You can read a post about that day here. Ikea gave me $25 to spend at their store and a delicious free breakfast. Ikea is going to check out all of the posts from the bloggers who attended and their favorite project will score a $200 Ikea gift card for the blogger (fingers crossed!). Let’s be honest, my Ikea opinions are real and mine because I wouldn’t have driven that far (with 3 kids by myself) if I didn’t already like the store.