Recipe by EatCaliforniaFruit.com
"Creamy and fruity, these refreshing frozen peach and yogurt pops are delightful to eat and easy to make."
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peeled, chopped fresh California peaches
peeled, pureed fresh California peaches
nonfat vanilla yogurt
I love these little guys! (And so do my dogs:) Sooooo healthy. If you freeze them in small Dixie Cups with popsicle sticks, here's a trick I use to catch the melting drips: Save those plastic lids from Pringles cans. Cut a small slit with a sharp knife just long enough to insert the popsicle stick in the center of each lid. Cover the Dixie Cup with the stick down the center of the puree. When the pop freezes, the lid will form a drip barrier.
we used plain whole milk yogurt instead of vanilla, and it definitely needed more sweetener! so i guess my 3 stars reflect my substitution, but we didn't like these at all. my 21-month old son didn't want anything to do with them & he ate a fresh peach instead.
These were great for a fast throw together ice pop the night before one hot day. I used low-fat strawberry yogurt poured into little dixie cups and used "tongue depressors." Easy for little kids to handle.
My kids loved these! I made them with strawberries too. To make them a little sweeter I added a little jam to sweeten. My niece was visiting and isn't crazy about trying new things so I "glittered" them by adding some colored sugar crystals before putting them into the popsicle molds and she was quick to dig in when they were frozen. A healthy treat for kids who love treats like Go-gurt!
Very good! Very easy! Wonderful dessert for a hot night! I did add some honey to each one and Wow, it was good!
This was so simple! I didn't have peaches, so I used nectarines. Wonderful way to cool off on a hot day. I'm going to try it with strawberries tonight.
This is very easy and can be used with a wide varity of fruits and yogerts
This is good, but I liked it better unfrozen as a treat. The freezing made mine way too hard and lost its "creamy"ness. Maybe because my yogurt was fat free and my peaches were with pear juice instead of syrup. I neeeeded some honey for sweetness too. Nice for a light treat.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Peaches and Cream Pops
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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