Peaches & Cream Popsicles

While I am very excited for the arrival of fall, I can't ignore the fact the here in Southern California summer will be here for a little longer—which is something I'm more than okay with. So for as long as I can, I will continue to embrace summer, and all of the beautiful produce it continues to yield—like peaches! Since it's still so hot out most days, I wanted to make a refreshing yet healthy popsicle that I could eat when I needed to cool down. So as long as peaches are still around, enjoy the last of those hot sunny days by crafting these end-of-summer treats!

Peaches & Cream Popsicles


2 ½ cups plain yogurt

1 tsp ground vanilla bean seeds or 2 tsp vanilla extract

4-5 tbsp honey, or more to taste

1/4 cup + 1 tbsp Bob’s Red Mill muesli, plus a little bit extra

1 large peach, firm but ripe, thinly sliced

Equipment: Medium bowl, 10 capacity popsicle mold, 10 wooden popsicle sticks


Mix first 4 ingredients in medium bowl until combined.

Transfer the mixture ideally tp something with a lip, like a measuring cup and fill each popsicle mold halfway with the yogurt mix. Place 2 peach slices in each mold. then fill each mold with the remaining yogurt mix (there should be a little room left in each mold) and garnish with a little extra muesli.

Attach lid onto mold, insert sticks, freeze overnight, and enjoy! If the popsicles are difficult to remove, simply dip, or run the molds under warm water for a few minutes to loosen.