Peach Strawberry Popsicles

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These naturally sweetened popsicles are bright, refreshing and healthy. Fresh, sweet, juicy peaches and strawberries are perfect together for a simple and tasty summer treat. I didn't add additional sweetener other than a very ripe banana, you can of course use sugar, syrup or honey instead. Peaches can also be replaced with mango, apricot, or pineapple or a mix of all.

  • 4 Ripe peaches, peeled, pitted and chopped
  • 2 tsp Lime juice
  • 1 Very ripe banana
  • 3 Strawberries, diced
  1. Bring a saucepan of water to a boil. Gently lower the ripe peaches into the boiling water. Leave it there for 30 seconds or until the skin splits. Remove the peaches with a slotted spoon and plunge them into an ice water bath. After 10 seconds or so, remove them and peel.
  2. Roughly chop the peaches and place them in a blender together with lime juice, and banana. Process until smooth.
  3. Pour half portion into the 8 ice moulds, add in diced strawberries and top with the remaining. Insert sticks, then freeze at least 4 hours or until firm. | © 2014 | | © 2014 |


Mother Rimmy 17/6/14 04:52

These are definitely nephew pleasing pops if I ever saw one! Not to mention aunt pleasing. Now we just need the sun to go with them. :)

lisa h. 17/6/14 05:20

Summer is here on my computer screen (even though its dark and gloomy winter weather outside).
Beautiful refreshing looking popsicles :D

Veena Theagarajan 17/6/14 05:52

super yummy popsicles.. Can u pass me some? what a color and lovely clicks

OohLookBel 17/6/14 06:11

I wish it was summer here, so I could have gorgeous popsicles like yours!

noobcook 17/6/14 06:33

They look so summery and perfect for the hot weather here!

Kelly 17/6/14 06:45

These look so pretty and refreshing! I love all the fresh fruit in here - they sound like the perfect healthy frozen treat :)

Veronica Ng 17/6/14 07:06

Who can resist these healthy and colourful attractive Popsicles. Wish it's summertime here so I can make some too.

Elzbieta Hester 17/6/14 07:53

I need to make me some of these! And a couple for my daughter who adores them...Great and naturally sweet.

ela h.
Gray Apron

suhaina aji 17/6/14 07:53

So beautiful and refreshing popsicle. i can finish that whole lot during the hot season..lovely clours and love the clicks

Medeja 17/6/14 07:54

What a nice and refreshing thing for hot weather! And the colors look great too :)

cristina 17/6/14 08:02

So refreshing, healthful and pretty! Love these popsicles!! ;)

Nazneen Hamilton 17/6/14 08:04

I love how perfect they are! I'm quite sure they taste amazing too!

Lite Home Bake 17/6/14 08:17

This is just the thing for our scorching hot weather! The cheery colors make one feel refreshed even without getting to eat them :)

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover 17/6/14 08:34

Can I have one? weather is so hot here..

Katerina 17/6/14 08:43

They make you want to grab them all and eat them. They look so festive and appetizing!

GG 17/6/14 08:52

These look amazing and so very simple. Great photos. GG

Rosa's Yummy Yums 17/6/14 09:04

Divine and totally healthy!



Jasna Varcakovic 17/6/14 10:56

Beautiful flavours and colours Angie; the heat in northern hemisphere is certainly doing its wonders!

Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 17/6/14 12:14

Summer is officially here with your gorgeous popsicles. So, so colorful and pretty.

Katie | Healthy Seasonal Recipes 17/6/14 12:32

I love the chunks of strawberries in this recipe. And I really love that you didn't need to add extra sugar. My daughters think pops are the best treat so I will try making these with them.

Amy (Savory Moments) 17/6/14 12:40

These look so bright and cheerful for a warm summer day! I am sure they are delicious and refreshing, too.

Tze @ Awayofmind 17/6/14 13:00

Angie, this bright sunny looking ice pop is just right for the scorching sun here! Let me have two please :D

Barbara 17/6/14 14:00

My kids used to love popsicles. What a shame we didn't have all these marvelous (and healthy) ideas back then. Yours are so pretty and flavorful, Angie!

Kitchen Belleicious 17/6/14 14:06

oh this would be perfect this week because it is so hot here in Texas! Would love to have this for me and the kids as an afternoon snack!

Hema 17/6/14 14:20

They look so perfect for this weather, beautiful presentation with those fruity and colorful ice cubes..

Ashley 17/6/14 15:27

I really need to get my popsicle molds out from winter hibernation! These look so good - so bright and pretty too!

Esther Lau 17/6/14 15:59

HI Angie, Malaysia is super hot now. I thinking to make some ice cream! Yours look so refreshing. Thanks for sharing :)

angela bartolomeo 17/6/14 17:09

Questi sorbetti sono veramente deliziosi e tu sei bravissima!!

Gourmet Getaways 17/6/14 17:44

I so love the colours! And of course, strawberry and peaches are my favorite fruits. So, no doubt this is for me and the whole family!

Gourmet Getaways

Ann Low 17/6/14 17:45

Angie, I really these popsicles now to cool down my body temperature. Is so hot here ;(

Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 17/6/14 18:44

Some of my favorite flavors in a Popsicle - yum! I just received my molds in the mail - and can't wait to start making frozen treats! These are very pretty too

Nippon Nin 17/6/14 19:58

I'm forwarding this recipe to my daughter. Her kids love popsicle all year long (they live in Hawaii). This is healthier and the color is fabulous!

Elisabeth Pregadio 17/6/14 22:21

Nothing describes summer better than, ice cold popsicles, and yours Angie is the most refreshing, colorful, flavorful popsicle that anyone could ask for. Love the yummy peach, banana, and strawberry combination!

Cheap Ethnic Eatz 17/6/14 22:59

This is like a frozen smoothie with the banana :-) Looks really refreshing and perfectly sweet.

Abbe@This is How I Cook 17/6/14 23:27

I love summer peaches. i think they are my favorite summer fruit! Popsicles are it!

Daniela Grimburg 17/6/14 23:32

Summer time!
Love this all natural , healthy and amazing looking Popsicles.
The combination of peaches and strawberries is always a winner and so summery.

Mary 18/6/14 00:04

Angie these are SO beautiful! what great flavors :)

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 18/6/14 00:20

So pretty and equally delicious! I love the fruit only base without other sweeteners. Perfect treat for a hot, summer day!

Liz Berg 18/6/14 01:00

Two of my favorite fruits! These popsicles must taste amazing, Angie!

Kari Lindsay 18/6/14 01:52

These popsicles are so pretty, and with all of that fruit it's like having a refreshing, frozen,healthy snack! Yuuuum!

mjskit 18/6/14 03:27

I really need to get some popsicle molds. I have all of the ingredients, but no way to freeze them. Headed to Amazon now! Thanks!

Prash@YummilyYours 18/6/14 05:54

Those popsicles are very tempting Angie! I have never tried peach flavoured ones. Time to make myself some! :)

The Yum List 18/6/14 05:54

What a refreshing summery treat.

Veronica's Kitchen 18/6/14 07:28

Even we are having winter in the downunder, I would still love to have one of your popsicles!

Jess Bakericious 18/6/14 09:47

woa Angie, I wan one now! the weather is super hot now in spore, any cold stuff is so so irresistible!

sophiesfoodiefiles 18/6/14 10:32

Waw, it is like you read my mind! I wanted to make lollipops from the freezer using fresh fruits etc & now, you made this glorious winning ice pops! They look superb, Angie!

Very refreshing too! I can't wait to make them too! x :)

Guru Uru 18/6/14 15:29

These popsicles are simply stunning my friend :D
Delicious recipe!

Choc Chip Uru

Alida 18/6/14 15:42

Oh these are gorgeous. Not just delicious, they look lovely too. So refreshing now that summer is finally here!

Shibi Thomas 18/6/14 16:26

Loved the color combination of the popsicles!!! Summery and refreshing :)

Cailee Joy 18/6/14 16:29

Oh yum! These look so good! Healthy and fresh! I love love LOVE pops and ice cream in the summer! So seasonal and fun... that being said I like ice cream all year haha!!

Pam 18/6/14 17:08

My kids would be thrilled if I made these - they look terrific!

Chris Scheuer 18/6/14 20:19

These look so pretty and refreshing Angie. I've never combined peaches and strawberries but it sounds like they'd be delicious together!

Gina Stanley 18/6/14 20:43

I plan on making fruit popsicles all summer long, especially peach. Love the tip about adding the banana for sweetness..

Jessica Hylton 18/6/14 23:19

WOW! These are gorgeous Angie. So so pretty, and filled with flavour. Can I PLEASE get one?? It's so hot here!

Gerry @Foodness Gracious 18/6/14 23:40

Such a great color and I know these will taste so refreshing!

Sharon D 19/6/14 03:45

Oh, I love visiting your blog, Angie. You post the happiest-looking food bright and cheerful settings. I feel so at home. I wish I could have a bite of this popsicle! ;)

Reeni 19/6/14 04:39

What refreshing and delicious popsicles! I love the flavor combo Angie! It's the hottest day of the year here and I could happily eat my way through a few of these.

kitchen flavours 19/6/14 09:30

Oh my gosh! How I really wish we have this right now! Weather here is unbearably hot with no rain for more than two weeks! Looks so, so, good!

Joanne 19/6/14 13:39

I love that these are basically all fruit! Such a fun sweet treat!

Muna Kenny 19/6/14 14:13

YES! This is what I need. Just looking at these popsicles makes me feel refreshed, and the combination of fruit used are perfect :)

Jeanette 19/6/14 15:31

Love how you didn't use any added sugar in this beautiful fruit pops Angie!

Erica 19/6/14 18:14

delicious summer treat,Angie! They look amazing!

Juliana 19/6/14 19:13

These popsicles look so pretty and so refreshing...yes,perfect for the summer.
Awesome pictures as always...hope you are having a fabulous week :D

Beth 20/6/14 01:23

Gorgeous popsicles! The colours are so vibrant.

Jeannie Tay 20/6/14 03:07

Gorgeous and bright! and oh so refreshing! I want some now! it's so hot here!

Dawn Yucuis 20/6/14 04:37

These are perfect. I love the peach and strawberry combination.

Nammi 20/6/14 06:14

My boys would love these. have a nice week end

thecompletecookbook 20/6/14 09:57

What a pity we are in witner right now. These are heavenly Angie.
Have a wonderful weekend.
:-) Mandy xo

My Inner Chick 20/6/14 17:35

SO Refreshing.
Now, we just need to get some SUMMER weather in Minnesota! xxx

Priya Suresh 20/6/14 18:48

Those pops are alluring, love to lick it.

Gloria Baker 20/6/14 19:28

I love peach and strawberries and these popsicles look delicious and beautiful ANgie!!

[Reply] 20/6/14 21:02

These are beautiful!! So colorful, and the perfect flavor combo. I wish I could have one right now!

fimère .b 20/6/14 22:42

gourmand et rafraîchissant vraiment un régal bravo
bonne soirée

inês do crasto 21/6/14 00:18

These popsicles look delicious! I wish I had some in my freezer right now!!
Have a nice weekend!

Sue/the view from great island 21/6/14 03:10

Ooooh, I'm on the same peach wavelength, these looks spectacular --- pinned!

Kathy 21/6/14 15:02

Angie, These not only look amazing they sound luscious! My grandkids will love them…they are on my list! Have a wonderful weekend!

Terra 21/6/14 17:23

Get out, you used banana as your sweetener? I am in love! They look gorgeous, Hugs, Terra

Caroline Taylor 22/6/14 12:30

These look fantastic and I love the peach and strawberry together.

Mich PieceofCake 22/6/14 13:35

We are having a spade of very hot weather here. These look perfect! My daughter saw these and says she'll love this!

Shashi Charles 22/6/14 14:54

Angie, your peach, banana and strawberry popsicles are such a wonderful treat for a hot summer day - gorgeous! and gorgeous photos too!

Ann Jones 22/6/14 15:35

I was just telling my husband that I need to get a popsicle mold this summer to make yummy popsicles. I think you have inspired me to buy one :) These look great and so refreshing for the heat we have been having!

Sue 23/6/14 01:59

These look wonderful! I'm going to substitute the apricots from our tree for the peaches. Thanks for the recipe, Angie!

Tessa 23/6/14 04:32

Fabulous popsicles Angie!

Veronica Miller 23/6/14 07:13

Oh. my. goodness. You have to be the most popular blogger I know. I had to scroll through millions of comments to get to the bottom. LOL! And no wonder, you make such beautiful, healthy food. These popsicles don't need anything added, they are perfect, natural goodness!

Sokehah Cheah 23/6/14 12:08

Popsicles to the rescue .... it's super hot here! Slurp!

Anu Anand 23/6/14 14:21

Looks at the color !!! Perfect for summer.

Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 23/6/14 22:07

Feeling a bit of a heated week upcoming, these popsicles would hit the perfect spot!

Blog do Chocolate 24/6/14 13:42


They really look great and fresh, makes me remember when I was a child ! :)


Vicki Bensinger 24/6/14 23:47

Angie I love these and all my favorite flavors. Your Popsicle molds have a great detail, whose were they? I've thought of getting the ones that freeze really fast but haven't. Instead I have push pops which would be great with this recipe too. I'll have to try it, this even sounds like it would be delish for breakfast!

anna @ annamayeveryday 25/6/14 21:36

Those look fantastic! What fun, so delicious and healthy too, brilliant!

Amelia 26/6/14 13:49

Hi Angie, I definitely need this popsicles right now. Look so refreshing and the combo is excellent. Thanks for sharing your recipe..

Best regards.

Debra Eliotseats 29/6/14 14:51

A perfect summer treat! I may make some for our upcoming holiday.

Priscilla @ Homegrown Delight 2/7/14 07:45

Oh my gosh, your peach popsicles looks refreshing and yummy! I can't wait for peaches to ripen in our backyard. Someone gave me popsicle molds and ice pops recipe book for my birthday. I'm excited to try making frozen treats soon!

Roz Corieri Paige 2/7/14 17:18

You are amazing to be able to make popsicles like this! I've never done anything like this except to use simple kook-aid! I'm inspired to try this Angie! And you chose such delicious flavors to blend together for a super cold treat!


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