+ 3 hr to freeze
- 1 1/2 cups Silk Vanilla Soymilk
- 2 cups fresh or frozen peaches
- 3 Tbsp sweetener of choice (agave, honey, etc.)
- 8 ice-pop molds or small paper cups
- 8 ice-pop sticks
- 1 dash salt
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Refreshing, creamy, and healthy!These are a great alternative to the chemically-laden fruit and pudding pops we usually buy. The sweetened vanilla soy milk does make these extra delectable, but we found them to be plenty delicious using the unsweetened vanilla almond milk and only 1 T of honey. Also, these seem to turn out better if you peel the peaches before blending (though I imagine if you have a very powerful blender like a vitamix, then it doesn't matter). In short, these are a delicious dessert packed with fiber, protein, and calcium! Who could ask for more?
kid friendlyhow fun and healthy. not only a great treat but a fun family project. Any fruit could be used
Do Not Waste Your Peaches!I used 2 ripe peaches and 2 cups of soymilk with 2 tbsp of honey. I was excited to see how they tasted when frozen, but I couldn't even come close to finishing a single popsicle. They were absolutely terrible! They taste like some cheap generic brand grocery store popsicle. Never making these again.
- Place Silk, fruit and sweetener in a blender and purée until smooth.
- Pour mixture evenly into molds or cups and freeze until solid, about 2-3 hours. If using paper cups, cover each cup with plastic wrap and then insert stick through plastic to keep the stick centered.
- NOTE: You may substitute 2 cups of any fresh or frozen fruit or berries. This recipe is also great with Silk Vanilla almondmilk or coconutmilk.