Peach Popsicles

Summer peach yogurt popsicles, top view table scene against a rustic white wood background

Nothing beats the summer heat like an ice-cold popsicle. Making your own fruit popsicles is easy, fun, and a great way to enjoy the wholesome goodness of blemished or slightly over-ripe peaches. Buttermilk adds a peaches-and-cream smoothness to these nutritious treats. The refreshing, sweet, and floral taste of ripe peaches is perfect for this frozen dessert that is also a great snack anytime.

You will need frozen pop molds for 10 popsicles, and 10 popsicle sticks. Some molds have their own reuseable sticks included. Make these refreshing Peach Popsicles and enjoy.


¾ Cup Whole Buttermilk

½ Cup Honey

¼ Cup Heavy Cream

¼ tsp Salt

3 ripe Peaches, peeled, diced, and divided into 2 equal halves (order your very own peach tree! click here >)


Add buttermilk, honey, heavy cream, salt, and one-half of the diced peaches to a blender pitcher and blend until smooth.

Add remaining diced peaches to blended ingredients, and stir with  spoon. (Do not blend.) Divide popsicle mixture into the individual frozen popsicle molds, cover with lids and insert sticks. Freeze for 8 hours (or overnight) until pops are fully frozen. Remove by running the pop mold under warm water for a few seconds.


Subsitute 2 ripe fiberless mangoes for peaches.

Remove the stick and blend 1 Peach Popsicle with 1 cup Orange Juice and 4 or 5 ice cubes for an amazing smoothie.

If you do not have popsicle molds, use small paper cups covered in aluminum foil with centered slits cut in the foil covers to hold the popsicle sticks.