Popsicles! One of the best summer treats out there! Peaches! One of the best summer flavors out there! Sooo, here is a recipe combining the best with the best to make a very simple, very peach flavored dessert.
In the past few weeks, YVB has really been growing, especially on Instagram, where I’ve been making new baker friends and trying to grow my account! I’m really happy that I’m starting to have a community, so to whoever is reading this, thank you so much for being here!
Buuut, I still didn’t have that many good ideas for my next recipe on here, because I haven’t had very much time to bake and make recipes because in the past few weeks I have had a TON of visitors and family over! I’m still at my 13th bake of summer, so today and tommorow I’m going to hopefully get to the halfway point, 15!!
I’ve been asking all of the visitors what they think I should make, and my amazing long distance best friend, Emilia said that I could do popsicles, though we didn’t really decide on the flavor. Then, my little brother and older cousin said that I should definitely do peaches. And now these popsicles are here!
I hope that they give you some inspiration for making popsicles or other peach themed summer treats, and if you do decide to make them (or any of my recipes) I would love to hear what you think. Also, my next blogpost won’t be out for 3 weeks, on August 15th, because of a big road trip that I have coming up!
I’ll put in a bunch of photos here of these beauties, and to everyone reading I hope you have an amazing day, and ENJOY!
Vegan Peach Popsicles!
- 3 cups fresh or frozen peaches (or a combination of the two), pitted (and peeled if you want)
- 3-4 tbsp maple syrup
- 1/3 cup coconut milk
- 1 cup non-dairy milk
- Combine all ingredients in a blender.
- Blend on very low speed for a few seconds, then increase speed, blend a bit more, and keep increasing until the "smoothie" is completely free of chunks.
- Prepare popsicle molds. If you don't have any, you could use cups with popsicle sticks in them or silicone muffin tins/cups, and pour the mixture in. If you have any extra, you can drink it like a smoothie or make a makeshift extra popsicle.
- Put popsicles in the freezer for 6 hours to overnight.
- When they are done, you can pour hot water over the popsicle molds to help get them out, and then enjoy!