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. A few weeks ago we made these very tasty peach yogurt pops for a treat for our water party. So fun and so delicious.

First I gave the kids a bunch of peaches to cut into small pieces.   3 cups peach pieces

First I gave the kids a bunch of peaches to cut into small pieces.
3 cups peach pieces


Then the kids placed them in the blender so we could puree them.

Then the kids placed them in the blender so we could puree them.


Then we mixed in the other ingredients.   1 cup plain greek yogurt 1/2 cup sugar

Then we mixed in the other ingredients.
1 cup plain greek yogurt
1/2 cup sugar


We poured the mixture into our popsicle molds and put them in the freezer until the next day.  One of our handles is missing so we used a plastic fork.  If you don't have molds, you can use Dixie cups with a fork or popsicle stick or you can pour your mixture into ice cube trays and cover with plastic wrap.  Then insert a popsicle stick or tooth pick through the plastic into the cube tray and freeze.  The plastic holds the sticks up straight.

We poured the mixture into our popsicle molds and put them in the freezer until the next day. One of our handles is missing so we used a plastic fork. If you don’t have molds, you can use Dixie cups with a fork or popsicle stick or you can pour your mixture into ice cube trays and cover with plastic wrap. Then insert a popsicle stick or tooth pick through the plastic into the cube tray and freeze. The plastic holds the sticks up straight.


These pops are tart, sweet, and extremely refreshing. I recommend you try them as soon as possible.

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