Prep 5 mins
Cook 7 hrs
If you don't have any popsicle molds you can use 175 gram plastic containers or cups. Cooking time is freezing time. This is kid friendly but kids of all ages enjoy these lol! You can really make these using any canned fruit you like, I have made these using canned pears!
- Drain the peaches reserving about 1/4 of the juice.
- In a blender or food processor puree the peaches and reserved 1/4 cup juice and sugar until smooth.
- Using on/off turns add in the yogurt.
- Divide the the mixture between popsicle molds or cups.
- Freeze for about 1 hour or until partially set.
- Insert one stick in the center of each pop.
- Pour and divide the cranberry juice on top of each pop.
- Cover the mold lightly with plastic wrap and freeze until completely firm (about 6 hours).
These have a nice flavor however aren't knock outs, still they are a good way to slip more fruit into the diet. I'll keep this recipe in my cookbook though the search for great popsicles continues.
Made for ZWT4...These tasted great. The only issue I had, which is why it only got 4 stars, is that it took a lot longer than 7 hours for them to freeze. I made them at 9 am and planned to have them for my daughters b-day sleepover that night. The problem was that they still were not ready at 10 pm. They are ready now...the next morning so the kids will have them after breakfast some time but you might want to make more in advance.
I liked the flavor of these frozen pops! I did have trouble getting the pop out of the mold though. This is the first time I have used these molds. Maybe they don't work so good, lol.