peach popsicles

Peach popsicles - easy, vegan, tasty, and super healthy. They are a great summer recipe to enjoy while the sun keeps us very warm.

Using whole foods it's easy to make this treat very healthy. The average popsicles in the shop are filled with sugar and artificial flavorings. Luckily there is nothing easier than homemade, whole-foods popsicles.

Adding some lime juice and mint takes them to the whole new level, highlighting the sweet peach. If needed you can add some maple syrup to make the popsicle even sweeter if that's your preference, but I highly recommend just using ripe peaches - they will provide loads of sweetness.

Make sure you also have a look at watermelon popsicles and lemon-mint ones!

peach popsicles

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Makes: 4 popsicles                Time: 10 min (+ a few h in the freezer)

 

Ingredients:

420 g (2 medium-sized) peaches
3 g (20 medium-sized) mint leaves
40 ml (8 tsp) lime juice (from 1 lime)

Important equipment:
4 x 100 ml Popsicle molds

Instructions:

1. Start by cutting the peaches in half and remove the pit.

2. Roughly chop the flesh and place them in a cup of an immersion blender.

3. Add mint leaves and lime juice.

4. Blend it all until smooth and pour into popsicle molds.

5. Place the top part of the molds and put the popsicle in the fridge for a few hours.

6. Once you are ready to eat leave the popsicle out for a few minutes or pour some water over to make them come out easily.

Notes and tips:

1. Peaches – Make sure they are ripe and sweet, otherwise the popsicles might not be as tasty.

2. The popsicle mixture will be more flavorful than when it’s frozen in the form of a popsicle, so you can add some sweetener of your choice (like maple syrup) if you would like popsicles to be very sweet.

3. Rolling the lime before cutting with make it easier to squeeze the juice out. 

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