These vegan coconut peach popsicles are so quick and only require 3 simple ingredients. The difficult part is to wait for them to freeze! There are chunks of peach within the creamy coconut base, they are so darn good, yet so easy!
I have been in a good coconut milk desserts stretch lately. First came this delicious coconut chia parfait, then the quickest coconut whipped cream and now, these coconut milk popsicles.
And there is nothing better than these vegan peach popsicles to really enjoy coconut milk richness. You simply have to combine it with peach plus a little sweetener and, voilà! You made the easiest and tastiest popsicles under 10 minutes!
What you'll need
You only need 3 ingredients to make them:
- One large fresh peach
- One can full-fat coconut milk
- Sweetener (maple syrup or agave nectar)
How to make coconut peach popsicles
- Start by cutting your peach in small cubes (keep the peel on!). Then, set aside about half of them for later.
- In a blender, add the other half of the peach, the can of coconut milk and the sweetener. Blend to a super smooth texture taking some breaks to scrape the sides. Taste and adjust the sweetener if necessary.
- In a medium bowl, combine the blended creamy mixture with the pieces of peach. Stir to combine.
- Finally, transfer the mixture to your mold and freeze!
Tips when making these coconut peach popsicles
- When transferring the mixture to the mold, use a spoon to help distribute the pieces of peach equally in between the mold cavities. If not doing this, you might end up with all the pieces at the end since they tend to sink to the bottom of the pouring container.
- You can easily change up the fruits to explore different flavors. Try with mangoes, strawberries or pineapple next time you make them.
- The popsicles should be ready to eat within 4-8 hours (this will depend on how thick they are and how cold is your freezer). I recommend to simply make them the day before you need them!
Unmolding and storage tips
- To unmold them, simply allow some warm water to run on the popsicle mold for 30 seconds and you should be able to remove the popsicles gently. I use this classic bar shape silicone mold. It comes with the sticks and a few bags to store them in the freezer. I also find it easy to unmold the popsicles and clean.
- Once the popsicles are out of the mold, you can transfer them to a container for storage in the freezer. Just make sure to add a layer of parchment paper in between the pops so they don't stick together.
- Store in the freezer for up to 3 months.
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I hope you enjoy these coconut peach popsicles as much as we do! If you try them, please leave a comment below and rate the recipe to let me know how it was. Your feedback is so helpful!
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Coconut peach popsicles
- 15 oz canned coconut milk (full fat)
- 1 large peach - pitted
- 3-4 tbsp agave nectar or maple syrup
- Cut the peach in half.
- In the blender, add the coconut milk, half of the peach and the liquid sweetener and blend until very smooth. Transfer to a medium bowl (pour-able bowl is easier).
- Chop the other half of the peach in about 1 inch pieces and add them to the coconut milk mixture. Stir to combines.
- Transfer the mixture to a popsicle mold and freeze for at least 4 hours before eating. I recommend to simply prepare the popsicles the day before you need them.
These taste both indulgent and refreshing, the perfect summer dessert. I made them with nectarine instead because that's what I had on hand, and they were delicious. Sweet, but not too sweet! The best frozen treat I've tasted all summer.
Thanks Ariel for your comment! I will try making them with nectarine next time, this sounds like a great idea. I'm glad you liked them!