Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Peaches and Cream Popsicles

Peaches and Cream Popsicles

Peach Kefir
Frozen peaches
(I didn't include amounts because it really depends on how many you are making. In this case I made two popsicles which was about 1c. kefir and 1/2 c. peaches)

1. Combine kefir and peaches in a blender. Blend until peaches are in small chunks.
2. Pour into popsicle mold and freeze for at least 3 hours. Serve!

I brought these to the park for Neko and Abby. They were a huge hit!


cathy said...

Perfect timing! My kids have been asking for some homemeade popsicles, and my brain has been wanting something just a little different. I wonder if the good buggies in the kefir survive the freezing? I'm thinking not, but these popsicles would be perfect if they did!

Celeste said...

Probiotics survive freeze drying so I imagine they would survive freezing as well. I tried to google it with no luck but I did find articles about ice cream shops starting to offer frozen kefir as an alternative to ice cream...so maybe...here's hoping! ;o)

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SkylarKD said...

I love your popsicle holders - the drip tray with straw is such a good idea!

I make a lot of fruit & veggie popsicles for my gal: