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Peaches are one of my favorite foods. My kids LOVE foods we make with peaches too such as these peach yogurt pops we created for a healthy snack. It just takes a little planning to learn how to teach kids cooking classes.
Peach Yogurt Pops
I love cooking with my kids because they have tons of fun. But it’s also important to cook with kids because it makes them interested in healthy food, like Peach Yogurt Pops. Click here for more healthy snack ideas for kids. Click here for a ton more inspiration on cooking with kids.
These popsicles make a refreshing cooling summer treat. They also are packed with vitamin c and calcium that kids need to grow healthy. They are sweet and a little tangy, they only take a few minutes to make, and you can pop them out any time you want a sweet and refreshing treat!
These pops can be made with other kinds of fruit as well. Try experimenting with blueberries, strawberries, or any other kind of healthy fruit that you and your kids love. I hope you will give them a try. And kids LOVE making the food they are going to eat!
Peach popsicles with yogurt
3 Ingredient Peach Yogurt Pops
- 3 c frozen or fresh peaches
- 1 c plain greek yogurt
- 1/2 c raw sugar, honey or maple syrup
- Cut peaches into small chunks and throw in blender.
- Add remaining ingredients and process in the blender until smooth.
- Pour into molds and freeze for at least 4 hours.
Greek yogurt popsicles
Peach yogurt popsicles
When your popsicles are completely frozen, you can run the molds under a faucet of warm water to melt the outsides just a bit, then they will pop out easily. Don’t have popsicle molds for your peach yogurt pops? You can use dixie cups, empty individual applesauce or fruit cups, or even empty k-cups.
Once you fill your recycled items with your peach yogurt pop mixture, then cover them with foil and poke a popsicle stick into the mold. The foil will hold it up straight while the peach yogurt pops freeze solid in the freezer.
Check out these super cute pig yogurt bowls. Every kid would want this!