These Homemade Peach Freeze Pops are super easy to make and perfect for peach season! The ripe banana combined with the fresh strawberries, coconut water, and peaches is oh so delicious. This recipe only takes 15 minutes to make and can last in the freezer for months.
This recipe was inspired by my order from Georgia Peach Truck. Every summer their peach truck travels all over the United States delivering fresh peaches. Last summer I found myself with 50 pounds of peaches which was way too many for my husband to eat in a week. I did not want my juicy peaches to go bad, so we made them into homemade freeze pops and peach cobbler. When I do not get my peaches from the peach truck, the closest fresh peaches near me are at Sorgels.
What Makes This Recipe So Good?
- These freeze pops are full of so much flavor and so darn delicious!
- This recipe only takes 15 minutes to make!
- Unlike store bought freeze pops, these freeze pops are free of any refined sugars.
- This recipe is naturally refined sugar free, dairy free, gluten free, vegan, AIP (autoimmune protocol) friendly.
- This refreshing summer treat can last in the freezer all summer long!
- Kids love them!
- If you are obsessed with peaches like me, you will want to check out my favorite peach recipes.
- Peaches-Make sure they are ripe. Any kind of peaches will work for this recipe. I leave the skin on my peaches because I love the little chunks in my freeze pops. The skin also contains extra nutritions, so I always eat it!
- Bananas-The riper the better. The riper the banana is, the sweeter it will be. This is what helps make these freeze pops sweet and creamy!
- Strawberries-Stems removed. The strawberry, peach, and banana combination is my favorite.
- Coconut water-This adds some extra electrolytes and flavor to these pops! If you do not have coconut water, you can use regular water. Sometimes I even like to cut the liquid with half water and half bone broth to make them even more nutrient dense.
How To Make:
- This recipe is so easy!
- First, wash, slice, and remove the pit from your peaches.
- Next, wash the strawberries and remove the stems.
- Now, peel the bananas and add all ingredients into the food processor.
- Blend for 30 seconds. Personally I like the small chunks of fruit in mine so I do not like to blend them too smoothly.
- Once you blend them, use a funnel and add them to the freeze pop bags.
- Place in the freezer for at least 3 hours or until they freeze.
What Kind Of Freeze Pop Bags Should I Use?
- I use these freeze pop bags. I like using them because they come with a small funnel to help the liquid get it without making a mess.
How To Tell If A Peach Is Ripe:
- The best way to tell if a peach is ripe is by the touch of it and smell.
- If the peach is ripe, it will be softer. It will not be hard.
- For the smell, the peach will smell fruity when it is ripe. When it is not ripe, it will still be really hard.
How Long Do These Last?
- These frozen treats last for months in the freezer!
- Make sure the fruit you are using is ripe! This will make a big difference in this recipe. If they are not ripe, they will not come out sweet.
- Do not over process your mixture in the food processor or it will become too thin and icy. The fruit chunks in this recipe is what makes these freeze pops so good!
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Homemade Peach Freeze Pops
- high speed blender
- freeze pop sleeves
- 6 ripe peaches pits removed, I like to keep the skin on
- 2 ripe bananas the riper, the better!
- 2 cups strawberries
- 1 cup water or coconut water to add more sweetness!
- Place all ingredients in a high speed blender and blend until smooth. Once blended, gently pour the mixture into the freeze pop bags and zip shut. Place in the freezer for 3 hours or until frozen. If you enjoyed this recipe it would mean the world to me if you rated it and left a comment below. It helps others find it on google.xoxo-Allianna