Peaches and Cream Popsicle Recipe
July 20, 2022
Fancy popsicles for your party on tea party plates

A peaches and cream popsicle recipe makes the best summer snacks! And BONUS… using Greek yogurt you get a kid friendly protein treat. As a mom, I'm always looking for healthy kids snacks, especially in the summer. Can you relate? I can't believe how much food these kids go through every day! Read on to find out how easy these are to make…

Healthy frozen treats - Peaches and cream popsicle by Salt Lake City Heathy Hostess
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Peaches and Cream Popsicle Ingredients

Simple ingredients for peaches and cream popsicles by Salt Lake City Healthy Hostess

You only need a few ingredients for these deliciously refreshing peaches and cream popsicles.

Simple Popsicle Ingredients

  • Fresh peaches (or canned peaches will do in a pinch)
  • Banana for sweetness
  • Plain Greek yogurt with high protein count
  • Splash of milk of choice if necessary
  • Optional – Ground cinnamon
  • Optional – maple syrup, agave, or monk fruit sweetener

Easy Popsicle Supplies

Blend and Freeze Peach Popsicles

Silicone popsicle molds for easy homemade popsicles

Toss all the ingredients into the blender and add just enough milk to allow a thorough blending. Especially if using frozen bananas. Test the creamy peach smoothie and add sweetener if desired.

If using canned peaches, you can use the syrup as your liquid which will sweeten at the same time. The downside is it's high in sugar, so if you're trying to cut down on refined sugar I'd recommend using fresh peaches and trying a monk fruit sweetener or some pure maple syrup. Check out a few of our other easy healthy recipe substitutions here.

Once your smoothie liquid is ready, place Silicone popsicle mold on a Quarter sheet baking pan and fill each cavity with a funnel or measuring cup with pour spout. The baking pan is key as it prevents spilling as you move mold to the freezer. If there's room slide the whole sheet into the freezer. If not, carefully move filled mold by the center divider and place on a flat surface.

Remove Peach Popsicles from Mold

Peaches and cream popsicle recipe for summer by Salt Lake City Healthy Hostess

Once you've allowed your peaches and cream popsicles to freeze for 3-5 hours {overnight is preferable} they come easily out of the silicone mold. I'll never use another hard plastic mold again! Just set them out on the counter for 5 minutes or so and then push from the bottom to release each popsicle.

If you're having trouble getting the popsicles to release, you can run the bottom of the mold under warm water. But as long as you wait the full 5-7 minutes they should slide out without issue every time.

Serve Peaches and Cream Popsicles

Fancy popsicles for your party on tea party plates

Once the peach popsicles are removed from the mold, it's important to either: serve them immediately, OR get them into a freezer bag for storage.

Individual Plastic Popsicle Serving Bags are perfect for serving at a birthday party or any warm weather gathering!

Make 'em Fancy

Healthy frozen treats - Peaches and cream popsicle by Salt Lake City Heathy Hostess

You can even add a simple ribbon to each stick to dress them up for a “Sweet Little Peach” baby shower or summer tea party. The creamy fruity combination is so refreshing in hot weather.

Peaches and cream popsicle recipe for summer by Salt Lake City Healthy Hostess

This homemade peaches and cream popsicle recipe is a real life-saver. The kids feel like they're getting a treat and I'm happy that it has a little protein. It's a total win-win and so easy to make. I hope your family loves them as much as mine do.

If you make these creamy peach popsicles, I'd love to hear about it in the comments below. And if you share photos, I want to see it too! Please tag us @partieswithacause on Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram. We love celebrating all your hard work! 

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Peaches and Cream Popsicle Recipe

Creamy dreamy protein peach popsicles perfect for summer
Prep Time15 minutes
Freezing Time3 hours
Total Time3 hours 15 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Easy recipe, Few ingredients, healthy treat, Kid food, peach, popsicle
Servings: 10 Popsicles
Calories: 53kcal
Author: Brianna Adams


  • Vitamin Blender
  • Silicone Popsicle Molds
  • Reusable Plastic Popsicle sticks or Wooden Popsicle sticks
  • Quarter sheet baking pan
  • Plastic Popsicle bags


  • 3 Fresh peaches peeled and sliced
  • 1 cup Fage 0% Plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 Banana
  • 1/4 cup milk of choice
  • 1/4 tsp Ground cinnamon
  • 2 Tb Pure Maple syrup or Monk Fruit Sweetener optional


  • Blend peaches, banana, cinnamon, and yogurt. Add 1/4 cup milk to assist in blending until smooth.
  • If desired, add a Tb of pure maple syrup, or monk fruit sweetener to taste.
  • Place clean popsicle mold on small tray or cookie sheet. Don't skip this step. Trust me, it prevents spills later!
  • Using a small funnel or liquid measuring cup with pour spout, fill each popsicle mold leaving ½" at the top for expansion.
  • Firmly attach lid to the top of mold and add popsicle sticks into each slot making sure they are straight. Do not push sticks all the way down – leave a good 1½" at the bottom for an adequate handle.
  • Carry the tray to the freezer and carefully lift the popsicle mold onto a level shelf and let chill for 3 hours until frozen.
  • Once frozen, run the bottom of mold under water for a few seconds and gently remove popsicles from each mold. Serve immediately or store flat in ziplock freezer bags in the freezer.


12 oz canned peaches may be substituted for fresh but it'll add more sugar. 
Each popsicle contains 3g of protein. 

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