The perfect summer treat on a hot summer day! These yummy and easy coconut peach popsicles are a great way to cool off from the summer heat. They are sweet, without the use of any refined sugar, making them a guilt free treat that the whole family will enjoy. I like to enjoy mine pool side. 🙂
When you’re going to a pool party on a hot summer day, popsicles are practically a necessity! Am I right? There’s something fun and exciting about enjoying a popsicle on a sunny day. Maybe it’s because it reminds us of our childhood. I have very fond memories of running to my parents and asking for a dollar whenever the sound of the ice cream truck came by. We don’t see too many ice cream trucks around as much these days. I guess I’ll need to make my boys their frozen treats from scratch. But that’s okay with me. 🙂
In the interest of keeping things healthy and all, these homemade coconut peach popsicles are the perfect choice! They contain zero refined sugar, and are low in calories.
Plus they are SO easy to make! Hence ‘easy coconut peach popsicles’!
With only 3 ingredients required, how can you go wrong? Throw your peaches, coconut milk, and sweetener of choice (if using) into a high powered blender or food processor. Then pour the mixture into your Popsicle Molds and freeze!
I use these silicone Popsicle Molds, rather than plastic ones. I find the silicone makes it much easier to remove the popsicles without breaking them. If you don’t have silicone, any molds will do the trick! Just use caution when removing them.
For more delicious summer treats that are refined sugar free, check out these recipes below!
- Healthy Iced Mochaccino [V+GF+Nut Free]
- Strawberry Banana Bread
- Chocolate Zucchini Bread [Vegan+GF+Oil Free]
- Vegan Strawberry Pie
- Strawberry Pineapple Smoothie
- Very Berry Sugar Free Energy Bites
- Popsicle Molds
- 3 cups sliced ripe peaches approx 5 peaches
- 1 400 ml can coconut milk
- 3 tbsp maple syrup or agave syrup, optional
- Add all ingredients to a blender or food processor and pulse until mostly combined, leaving some small chunks of peaches for texture.
- Evenly distribute the mixture between ten popsicle molds and freeze for 6-8 hours or overnight.