Peach Popsicles

Feeling hot, hot, hot…Those are the only words that are floating in my mind lately.

It’s so dang hot outside, that I’m swimming in sweat as soon as I step outside. I’m ready for crazy cool weather. But, in the meantime, let’s cool down with some popsicles!!! My new favorite thing to make.

And it’s another Chobani recipe! :D This one is soooo easy and refreshing on these hot summer days. And when I say easy, I mean that I can whip out a dozen of these in 10 minutes while my newborn is taking a nap.

The only down fall, is I have to take the Blendtec outside, otherwise, I have an awakened baby!

Oh, and I just had to brag on my sweet husband. This past weekend, I was so tired and still hadn’t taken a bubble bath for myself since giving birth to Liam 11 weeks ago. So, Logan drew a bath for me and I got to enjoy one of these popsicles with lovely candles and bubbles all around me. Ahh…

Yes, I got a good one…husband and popsicle. ;-)

I just love peaches. These are local from South Carolina. So sweet. They’re like candy…but not as good as chocolate, of course.

They come close, I’ll give them that.

Go grab a popsicle and eat it before it melts!

Peach Popsicles

Ingredients

  • 12 ounces Chobani peach non fat greek yogurt
  • 4 peaches, peeled

How-To

  1. Fill the popsicle mold up halfway with the greek yogurt.
  2. Freeze for at least 3 hours.
  3. Purée the peaches and pour into the mold.
  4. Add the popsicle sticks.
  5. Freezer for another 3 hours.

Servings: 10 popsicles

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18 comments

  1. Aww, Logan’s a good one. :) I’m happy you got some alone time!

    And these popsicles look amazing. Love that there’s no sugar! I’m super bummed again that we don’t have that type of yogurt. Boo! Come on, Chobani! Expand to Europe. :)

  2. Love your blog! Wonderful recipies!!! Congrats for your new baby, and all your extensive work. You are really a great person.
    From Italy.

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  4. Chobani got sued and lost because they are not really Greek yogurt. You should use another alternative like Fage since they are true to their label and you know what goes into them.

  5. And if you do not have Greek yogurt, just take the regular yogurt you have and drain it over a glass bowl using cheesecloth in a mesh colander and voila, thick like Greek :)

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