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Recipe by Sina Mizrahi

Peaches and Cream Ice Pops

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Parve Parve
Easy Easy
10 Servings
Allergens

No Allergens specified

These ice pops are rich and creamy, making them a terrific way to cool down after a heavy meal. Roasting the peaches brings out their inherent sweetness. All it takes after that is a few whizzes in the blender and a few hours to set — easy, light, and refreshing!

Ingredients

Cream

Peach Swirl

  • 2-3 large fresh peaches, sliced, or 2-3 cups frozen sliced peaches, rinsed

  • 2 tablespoons Gefen Maple Syrup

Directions

Make the Fruit Pops

1.

Preheat oven to 350°F. Line a baking sheet with Gefen Parchment Paper.

2.

Spread the peach slices in a single layer on the prepared baking sheet and roast at 350°F for 15–17 minutes. Remove from oven and allow to cool.

3.

Meanwhile, mix the coconut milk, water, and vanilla in a medium bowl.

4.

Transfer half the coconut milk mixture to a blender or food processor and blend with the peaches, maple syrup, and vanilla.

5.

Pour the peach mixture into popsicle molds, then pour the remaining coconut milk mixture over it. Give each one a gentle swirl and transfer the molds to the freezer. After approximately one hour, insert the popsicle sticks and return to the freezer for at least four more hours.

6.

Just before serving, run the molds under hot water for a few seconds and gently remove the popsicles.

Notes:

If you want the consistency to be as smooth as possible, strain the peach mixture through a fine mesh sieve to remove any clumps.
Peaches and Cream Ice Pops

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Faigy Leitner
Faigy Leitner
6 years ago

Refreshing Ice pops Could only coconut milk be used or other any other options?

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Cnooymow{shman
Cnooymow{shman
Reply to  Faigy Leitner
6 years ago

Do you mean can one skip the sweetner?

Goooymou{tner
Goooymou{tner
Reply to  Cnooymow{shman
6 years ago

Or can i use something instead of coconut milk?

Cnooymow{shman
Cnooymow{shman
Reply to  Goooymou{tner
6 years ago

Coconut milk is pretty rich and adds a nice texture. That said, blended with the fruit, almond, soy, or regular milk should work too!