Vegan Peaches and Cream Ice Pops

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No Beer Pairing Today

This post is sponsored by Almond Breeze Almondmilk.

These vegan peaches and cream ice pops are the perfect recipe to help you cool down this summer. They are light, healthy and utterly delicious! | www.cookingandbeer.com

I am on a frozen recipe roll lately, aren’t I?! It has been rather hot here in Colorado…and humid. We aren’t accustomed to humidity in Colorado. We tend to stay on the dry side. I’m having flash backs to growing up in humid, rainy New Jersey. Let me tell you…I am NOT a fan. Because of this disgusting sticky weather, I have been obsessed with all things frozen.

My freezer looks like a dairy exploded in tubs and tubs of ice cream.

My cocktails have mostly been of the frozen variety…

…and I’ve been rather obsessed with ice pops.

Ice pops are just one of those recipes that are so simple to make it’s unreal. Once you have the proper hardware (i.e. an ice pop mold), you are golden. My latest recipe pays tribute to the peach. I love peaches and although we are still a month or so away from them being in season here in Colorado (we grow a great peach on the western slope), I had to post this recipe. It’s one of my faves.

I was originally going to make these pops with coconut, and then I thought to myself that almond would make a FABULOUS base. Enter Almond Breeze Almondmilk.

These vegan peaches and cream ice pops are the perfect recipe to help you cool down this summer. They are light, healthy and utterly delicious! | www.cookingandbeer.com

Of the original variety, this almondmilk makes the PERFECT base for ice pops. Stir in some pure maple syrup, sweet raw honey, a pinch of salt and some vanilla bean paste; and I could literally drink the stuff. I may or may not have done this. Stir in ripe and golden yellow peaches, and with each frozen bite you get a little burst of sunshine.

So good you guys. So good.

Recipe for these vegan peaches and cream ice pops is below. There will be no beer pairing today for obvious reasons. ;) Have a wonderful day friends! xo

These vegan peaches and cream ice pops are the perfect recipe to help you cool down this summer. They are light, healthy and utterly delicious! | www.cookingandbeer.com


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These vegan peaches and cream ice pops are the perfect recipe to help you cool down this summer. They are light, healthy and utterly delicious! | www.cookingandbeer.com

Vegan Peaches and Cream Ice Pops

Yields 10 ice pops

You will need an ice pop mold for this recipe. Inactive Time: 6 hours

5 minPrep Time

5 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 32 ounces Original Almond Breeze Almondmilk
  • 1/2 cup maple syrup
  • 2 tablespoons raw honey
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla bean paste
  • 1/8 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 2 yellow peaches, pit removed and cut into 1/2 inch pieces

Instructions

  1. Place your ice pop molds 2 hours prior to filling them.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk together the Original Almond Breeze Almondmilk, maple syrup, honey, vanilla bean paste, and salt until thoroughly combined.
  3. Fill each mold half way up with the almondmilk base. Divide half of the peach chunks evenly into each mold, and top them off with the rest of the base leaving about 1/2 inch of space at the top. Divide the remaining half of the peach chunks evenly among each mold.
  4. Insert your ice pop sticks and place in the freezer. Freeze for at least 4 hours before serving.
  5. Vegan peaches and cream ice pops will keep in the freezer for about a month. Enjoy!
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These vegan peaches and cream ice pops are the perfect recipe to help you cool down this summer. They are light, healthy and utterly delicious! | www.cookingandbeer.com

This post is sponsored by Almond Breeze Almondmilk
 

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  • Liz @ FloatingKitchen

    Love how simple these are. And vegan so everyone can enjoy them! Keep the frozen treats coming. No complaints from me! XO

  • Ilona K.

    I’ll definitely give it a try. I like that you used almond milk:) Pinning

  • Connie | URBAN BAKES

    This looks beautiful! I’ve been to CO once and was told the weather is always dry so I do see the need to have to make frozen pops with the humidity coming in. These would sure do the trick in keeping cool.

  • Krista

    Girl, I’m jealous I wish we weren’t accustomed to humidity. But houston is hot and humid! This popsicles will be perfect to cool down in the summer!

  • Wow, can’t believe it is humid in CO, not good ! Love Almond Breeze and need to make some pops with it! Great flavors, these look so good!

  • Frozen treats are my jam so keep ’em coming :) These look amazing! Love the peach and almond milk! Perfect treat to cool down with on a hot day.

  • Beth B

    I just ate my last peach! I guess I will have to buy more for popsicles :)

  • This looks delicious! Pinning :) Love that they’re vegan.

  • How refreshing! The humidity is alive and well here in Ohio – ice pops for all!

  • Ginny McMeans

    I am so in popsicle mode. Your fruity pops made with almond milk is brilliant!

  • I love using almond milk in my ice pops! It’s crazy hot here too!

  • Christin@SpicySouthernKitchen

    I’m so excited peach season is here! Will have to try these delicious ice pops. It has been in the high nineties and humid in South Carolina!

    • Ick! I have heard the southeastern US has been slammed with heat! My heart is with you Christin!

  • I am with you on the humidity thing…heat I can handle, but humidity, not so much! These popsicles look like the most delicious way possible to beat the humidity! Delish!

  • Stacey @ Bake.Eat.Repeat.

    Those popsicles look fantastic Justine! Love all the peaches in there! We’ve been making tons of popsicles this year too, I definitely need to try a peach version!

  • Cathy@LemonTreeDwelling

    I’m so in love with these – they look amazing!

  • Blair @ The Seasoned Mom

    Beautiful, and SO refreshing!! I love this recipe, Justine. My husband has been pulling bushels full of peaches off of our trees over the last week or so. I’m making jam this weekend, but I think these pops need to happen, too! Yummed! :)

  • Wow! These look so delicious! What a great idea for almond milk.

  • PEACHES! Peach season makes me so happy. Except that we have a peach tree in our front yard that has yet again decided that it’s not going to give us any edible peaches. Maybe next year. At least there’s a produce stand close to my house!

    • OMG peach season makes me sooo happy too! I hope your peach tree starts bearing some edible fruit! xo