Peaches ‘N Cream Popsicles

I’ve slowed down on the popsicle making a bit. During the beginning of quarantine I was making at least three batches of popsicles a week, maybe even more!! It was so fun but the freezer kind of got a little over taken by popsicles!! Now that I am busy playing outside with the kids and animals and I’ve been try to make a lot more different kinds of recipes I’ve cut back to about one set of popsicles a week. I’ve even started remaking some of the kids favorite flavors. They all love the s’mores popsicle I came up with which is coming out soon(stay tuned) so I’ve had to remake that recipe once already. I loved the strawberry cheesecake one I made and will definitely be making that again soon and I still have lots more recipes I want to try!!

My goal is to give you all a new popsicle recipe every Friday for the rest of the summer!! We’ve been going strong for the last two months I think and we’ve got two more to go! By the end of the summer we will have quite the popsicle recipe collection going on here. I wonder what my cooking obsession will be when popsicle season is over?! I’ve already started making lots of different fun Chex and trail mixes see keep your eyes peeled for this yummy and simple recipes but for now here’s the recipe for these delicious peaches and cream pops!

Most of the creamy fruit popsicles I’ve been making have a very similar base. I’ve been going through a ton of heavy whipping cream and vanilla and just switching up what fruits we have in the house!! This peach version may have ended up being my favorite of the creamy fruit popsicles but I’m a huge peach lover! You could make these with fresh or frozen peaches. I believe I used frozen in the first batch I made but now that it’s peach season you can be sure I’ll be making them again but with fresh peaches this time!


  • 2 Cups fresh or frozen peaches
  • 1 Cup Whole Milk
  • 3 Tablespoons powdered Sugar
  • 1 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream
  • 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract


  1. If your peaches are fresh simply peel, cut up and purée to prepare them for the popsicles. If they are frozen you can let them thaw on their own or put them in a pot with a little water and thaw them out on the stove and then let them cool before you purée them.
  2. Whip your cream, sugar and vanilla until it just starts to feel whipped. I’ve been using my food processor to make my whipped cream when I’m just doing a small batch like this.
  3. Combine your puréed peaches, milk and whipped cream together. This will have a thicker texture so it doesn’t pour super smoothly but you can use a spatula to help guide the mixture into your popsicle molds
  4. Let freeze for at least 6 hours and enjoy!

These are so creamy and delicious and also very a very refreshing taste! I can’t wait to hear how much you all like them!!

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