Keep these easy, quick, homemade Peach Yogurt Popsicles in your freezer for a healthy afterschool snack.
The end of summer is looming near. That means the end of some of my seasonal favorites, tomatoes, corn and peaches. Luckily there are lots of ways to extend the life of these seasonal goodies, and that is what Sunday Suppers is celebrating today, recipes that help extend the life of our summer favorites. Since I live in Georgia, I picked peaches. Who can resist a Georgia peach? Not I. One of the easiest ways is, of course, to freeze them. So you’ve now got frozen peaches in your freezer. Now what? Why Peach Yogurt Popsicles, of course.
My little one and I whipped these up earlier in the summer. I love to keep homemade popsicles in my freezer. They are the perfect treat for any of the neighbor’s kids that may be over. I love that I control the amount of sugar in them! In these, I used a little bit of honey to sweeten them. In fact they only needed three ingredients. That is it. My daughter’s BFF was over and loved them so much her Mom asked for the recipe. Peach Yogurt Popsicles are so refreshing. With this heatwave we are all having, there is nothing better to cool yourself off then eating one of these. Oh baby, they are good. Plus they will keep in your freezer for a few months. I’ve been known to eat a popsicle or two in the dead of winter, too. Why not have a taste of summer on a cold, dreary Winter day?
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Peach Yogurt Popsicles #SundaySupper
- 1 package (16 oz.) frozen sliced unsweetened peaches, slightly softened but not thawed
- 2 containers (6 oz.) light peach yogurt (not Greek)
- 2 tbsp . honey
- 8 (5 oz.) pop molds
- 1 tbsp . sparkly sugar , optional
In a blender, puree peaches, yogurt and honey.
Pour into cups.
Cover with lids.
Freeze for 6 hours, or until firm.
When ready to serve, run under hot water for a few seconds to release pop from mold.
Spread sugar on a small plate and roll pops in sugar. Serve immediately.
Recipe NotesCal 61/0g fat/13g carbs/1g fiber/2g protein I calculated 3 Weight Watcher Smart Points
Adapted from Fun Stuff with Popsicles
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