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Fresh Peach Popsicles

Sep
7

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Can’t think of much that beats a fresh, juicy peach. We have, however, come up with a close second with this lovely little peach smoothie on a stick. Cold, crisp, and slow to drip-–as if it would ever have the chance!

How to make Fresh Peach Popsicles:

8 fresh peaches–-peeled, pitted and cut up
1 cup hot water
1/2 cup peach Jell-O powder
1/2 cup milk

Dissolve Jell-O powder in hot water completely. Place all ingredients in the blender and whirl until smooth.

Pour into popsicle molds.

Freeze for at least 4 hours–-overnight works great.

Share with someone you love.

You’ll adore them!

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Fresh Peach Popsicle.


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  1. 9-7
    6:32
    am

    The peach pops sound yummy, and your little taste tester is too cute!!!

  2. 9-7
    8:38
    am

    These sounds wonderful! My boys LOVE peaches and they LOVE Popsicles. I think you posted a winner for our household!

  3. 9-7
    8:55
    am

    Mmmm….I just got some peaches, too! So simple. The kids are going to love these!

    Love that last pic 🙂 Such a ham for the camera!

    Thank you, Launi, for your post 🙂

  4. 9-7
    11:45
    am

    My grandsons will LOVE these! Thanks for posting this easy-peasy recipe. Ohhh, she’s such a cutie!

  5. 9-7
    12:44
    pm

    Launi, That peach popsicle sounds delicious. I love peaches and I can just imagine how refreshing those popsicles would be on a hot day. Thank you for the recipe. I’ll have to give them a try!

  6. 9-7
    5:25
    pm

    Oh my goodness, these sound delicious! And so easy too. Can’t wait to try them – thanks much for the recipe! 🙂

  7. 9-7
    10:52
    pm

    Wow, this looks faaaabulous!!!! I can’t wait to try this, thank you!!!!!

  8. 9-8
    8:21
    pm

    That little girl is adorable! Popsicle look good too!

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