Vanilla Peach Pops

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There’s only one thing more summery than juicy, ripe peaches: Juicy, ripe peaches frozen into sweet, melty, almond milk popsicles! It’s summer on a stick, friends.

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First, you need to get your hands on some really good peaches. If you can’t find good peaches, use whatever juicy peak-season fruit you do have. (Sliced strawberries would be excellent here).

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For the base, whisk Vanilla Almond Breeze, with a touch of coconut oil and maple syrup. You could also use plain (sweetened) almond milk and add a bit of vanilla bean. (I’d stay away from vanilla extract this time).

These are pretty lightly sweetened, which is my personal preference. Feel free to add more maple syrup if you wish. Or get fancy and simmer your peaches into a peach purée.

Because its summer, and I was lazy, I kept it simple…

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Fill a popsicle mold with chopped peaches and pour the almond milk mixture over top. Don’t worry, if you don’t have a popsicle mold, you can use little cups instead. Just let them freeze for an hour or so before placing the sticks.

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Now the hard part: waiting. Let them freeze overnight (or about 10 hours).

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Try to take the photo quickly before they melt all over your countertop!

If you make these, tag #loveandlemons on Instagram so I can see!

vanilla peach pops

Serves: 10 popsicles
  1. Bring vanilla almond milk to room temp, (otherwise the melted coconut oil will harden as you add it). Whisk the almond milk together with coconut oil, maple syrup and a pinch of salt.
  2. Slice peaches into small pieces and drop them into a popsicle mold.
  3. Pour the almond milk mixture over the peaches. (Depending on the size of your peaches you might have extra). Place sticks, then freeze overnight.
Don't use unsweetened almond milk or you will have to add more sugar to the recipe.

If you don't have a popsicle mold, you can freeze them in little cups.

I have this popsicle mold.



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  1. Foram

    I love love LOVE peaches and popsicles, and was super excited about making these last night. Mine turned out not quite as creamy though. 🙁
    They’re mostly ice with a hint of almondy peach. Any ideas on what I could’ve done wrong? I used unsweetened almond milk and upped the amount of maple syrup, but I can’t imagine that made the difference….

    • jeanine

      I’m not sure if the unsweetened makes a difference because I only tried it with sweetened vanilla. Mine weren’t super creamy, they’re definitely a lighter snack (I packed mine full with peaches so they were more peach than milk). If you wanted a creamier pop, I’d try adding yogurt or full fat coconut milk – the more fat, the creamier they’ll be. (You could try simmering the peaches which would bring out more flavor too).

  2. Carla from

    Vanilla and peaches go so well together! I love making popsicles, so I’ll have to add these to my list.

  3. Monique

    I use unsweetened almond milk. However I use 1 1/2 tablespoon of orange blossom honey. Perfect. Thanks for the recipe.

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  8. This looks amazing! Have you ever considered putting fresh herbs in your frozen treats? I just made Mango Basil Frozen Yogurt (inspired by a trip to Quito, Ecuador) and it turned out to be a delicious and very unique treat. Worth experimenting with!

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  10. wow, this is inspiring me to order a popsicle mold asap!!

  11. Rebecca

    Hi I was wondering if there’s an alternative for coconut oil? These look good, but would omitting it ruin them??

    • jeanine

      It just adds a tiny bit of richness, you could leave it out if you want.

  12. Ella Turney from

    wow these look amazing! can’t wait to give them ago, my two favourite things, peaches and ice pops!xx

  13. Whoa, beautiful! I’ve been making lots of ice cream (I’m cooking through the national food holidays on my blog like a crazy person), but could still go for pops like these. Now to just get myself a popsicle mold…

  14. I love peaches and cream, so this looks right down my alley!

  15. Ella from

    Peaches are my life right now! can you believe i NEVER had a fresh peach until this past weekend?! I know… very, very sad. Will make up for lost time starting with this recipe!
    P.S. Not to self promote, but I just posted a video over on my YouTube channel talking about my favorite healthy snacks that I can buy at a store when I simply don’t have time to make something myself. I sincerely thought you might be interested, so here’s the link if you are! I think of all my fave health/food bloggers when I make videos like this one… So of course I thought of Love and Lemons!

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