Peach Popsicle Recipe With Coconut Cream

10 popsicles
6 hr 10 min

Peach popsicles are a wonderful way to use up overripe peaches. This tasty recipe is a delightful way to enjoy the fresh taste of summer, while also offering a delicious treat to help you cool off on hot days. Better than Outshine fruit bars, these creamy fruit pops are made with three simple ingredients you won’t be able to resist. Continue reading to learn how to make this delectable peaches and cream dessert today!

Peach Popsicles

My creamy, coconut cream peach popsicle recipe is made with three natural ingredients — ripe peaches, coconut cream and maple syrup. If you love coconut milk popsicles, then your taste buds will also appreciate this amazing peach version. These wholesome fruit popsicles are quick and easy to make. They’re also made without juice. All you need is a blender, the ingredients called for in the recipe, and your favorite popsicles mold to recreate this yummy summertime treat.

While these peaches and cream popsicles take several hours to set up, they literally take only about 10 minutes to prepare. As they are made with maple syrup, rather than sugar, you’ll also enjoy the additional antioxidants and nutrients this ingredient has to offer. This kid-friendly recipe makes a healthy treat for kids that they’ll absolutely love. So, what are you waiting for? Learn how to make this dairy free, low calorie dessert as a mid-day snack or a special surprise after dinner.

Peach Popsicle Recipe With Coconut Cream
Recipe details
  • 10  popsicles
  • Prep time: 10 Minutes Cook time: 6 Hours Total time: 6 hr 10 min
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  • 5 medium size, ripe peaches
  • 1 can coconut cream
  • 1/4 cup real maple syrup

Remove the peach skins and seeds from the peaches. Cut the peaches into chunks 1/4″ to 1/2″ chunks.
Set twenty of the peach chunks aside for later. Place the remainder of the prepared peaches into the blender.
Measure out the maple syrup. Add the maple syrup and the can of coconut cream to the blender with the peaches.
Blend the peach popsicles on high until thoroughly processed.
Add one peach chunk to ten of the cavities in the popsicle mold. 
Pour the blended coconut cream and peach popsicle mixture into the mold. Fill each halfway.
Add an additional chunk of fresh peach to each the cavities of the popsicle mold. Fill the remainder of the molds with the fruit pop mixture. Leave a small space at the top of each mold to allow for expansion as they freeze.
Place the silicone cover for the mold on top of the popsicles you just poured. Insert the sticks.
Freeze these peach fruit popsicles for six hours to overnight.
Rebecca D. Dillon
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