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These peach popsicles are so easy to make with only three main ingredients: frozen peaches, agave syrup, and lemon juice. Blend it up, freeze in popsicle molds and you’ll have a refreshing, tasty, frozen treat in no time!
Is there anything that screams summer like a big juicy peach? These peach popsicles are perfect because they are made with frozen peaches. That means you can freeze your peaches in the summer…OR…buy them frozen at your grocer’s and enjoy the juicy fresh summery taste of fresh peaches any time of year!
Why you are going to love these lemony peach popsicles
- A fruity frosty treat you can enjoy any time of year.
- You can play around and control the amount of sweetener.
- So easy with just three major ingredients.
For more delicious recipes using peaches, try my:
- Peach Butter
- Peaches and Cream Ice Cream
- Easy Peach Dump Cake with white chocolate chips
- Sweet Peach Iced Tea
- Fresh Peach Sorbet
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- How to make Lemony Peach Popsicles the easy way
- A few questions and answers
- The printable recipe card
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Ingredients needed to make peach popsicles
- frozen peaches – skinless and sliced or chopped
- lemon juice
- agave syrup
- You will need a high-speed blender
- You all also going to need a popsicle mold of some sort
How to make Lemony Peach Popsicles the easy way
You know, it’s almost ridiculously easy! Just follow these simple steps.
Step 1: Blend the ingredients
Just take the frozen peaches, agave, lemon juice, and water and put everything in a high-speed blender.
Start on low and then gradually work up to the highest speed. Blend for a few minutes until everything is smooth and icy – like a slushy.
Step 2: Pour it into popsicle molds
I like the use the flexible silicone popsicle molds for this. Your popsicle molds will need a lid with slits for sticks so that you can put the sticks in and have them stay put.
Most of the newer molds come with a cover that has slits for the sticks. If yours does not, then cover with foil and carefully poke each stick through in the proper place.
Step 3: Freeze and Unmold
Find a flat spot in your freezer to place the filled popsicle mold. They will take about 6 hours to freeze.
To remove the popsicles from the molds run it under warm water for a few seconds and then try to gently wiggle/push them out. You can put them in a baggie and then back into your freezer for storage.
A few questions and answers
Sure! Just removed the skins and slice before freezing.
Of course, but they will take longer to freeze. Using already frozen peaches cuts the freezing time.
Yes, but use the the peaches canned in their own juice and measure out 4 cups. I *think* you should have enough with two large cans.
Use the liquid sweetener of your choice and let me know how it turns out:)
This recipe was developed using agave, but I don’t see why you couldn’t use a different type of liquid sweetener. Granulated sugar would not work for this recipe though.
Give the stick a little wiggle. If it moves at all then your popsicles need to freeze a little longer.
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Three Ingredient Lemony Peach Popsicles – So Easy!
- popsicle mold
- 4 cups frozen peaches peeled and sliced
- 2 Tablespoons lemon juice
- 3 Tablespoons agave syrup
- 3 cups water
- Add all ingredients to a blender, the frozen peach slices, agave, lemon juice, and water.
- Blend until well pureed. A high-speed blender will work better for this recipe.
- Pour mix into popsicle molds. Add sticks and cover.
- Freeze until solid. This will take 4-6 hours. Or overnight.
- Take the popsicles out of the mold when ready. You might need to run a little warm water on the outside of the mold to gently loosen.
- Store in your freezer in a zip lock freezer bag or in a covered container.