3 ingredient Peaches and Cream Popsicles

Summer is winding down but popsicle making is at full force in my house. These 3 ingredient peaches and Cream Popsicles are creamy, delicious, super easy to make and are gluten-free and vegan. What else can you ask for?

Peaches and cream popsicles

Labor day is coming up and our barbecue gatherings always require dessert. Since it is still hot and this is perfect for the kids and adults what better than to use peaches that are still in season for this 3 ingredient peaches and cream popsicles?

I tell you, these popsicles are super easy to make, even my 9 year old can make this in a flash.

To make these 3 ingredient peaches and cream popsicles I used Truvía® Spoonable, which is a convenient, zero-calorie way to sweeten anything. You can use between 1 to 2 tablespoons depending how sweet you want the  popsicles. It is the equivalent of 1/4 cup to 1/3 cup of regular sweetener but you can learn more by visiting Truvia® and decide how much you want to add to the popsicles.

If you don’t have a popsicle mold just yet I suggest you purchase one. They are fairly economical and they will last you for ever. In addition, making your own popsicles is extremely easy and way way cheaper than store bought. You can also make endless variations!

This was by far one of the best popsicles we have made this summer. So refreshing, easy and good for you.


Peaches and cream popsicles

Peaches and cream popsiclesPeaches and cream popsicles

Peaches and cream popsicles


3 ingredient Peaches and Cream Popsicles

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 12 popsicles

Total Time: 10 minutes


  • 4 peaches, peeled and diced
  • 14 oz coconut milk or cream
  • 1 tbsp Truvia spoonable, or maple syrup


Place the popsicle ingredients into a blender. Mix until combined.

Fill each popsicle mold half way with the blender mixture. Place a wooden stick into each.

Freeze for at least 4 hours.

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  1. Coconut and lime are simply great together!

  2. You should not eat Truvia – it is really bad for you!  green leaf stevia, xylitol, or honey is what sould be used.

  3. I so agree with Brenda. There is a delicious Coconut granulated raw sugar and also nectar syrup.

  4. Isn’t truvia the same as stevia?

  5. I made these yesterday and I checked on them this morning and they still aren’t frozen! They are more of a mushy pudding consistency. I made them with all the exact ingredients, lime, coconut cream, graham crackers, and I used maple syrup. I’m not sure what went wrong, but I’d assume after being in the freezer for 24 hours that they would have frozen. Any suggestions? They tasted great, but I’m kind of disappointed that they don’t freeze well… 

    • Wow, I really I am not sure. The mixture of ingredients should have gotten frozen w/ no problems. Maybe there were some ingredients in your coconut cream that prevented the mixture from mixing? I used the coconut cream from TJoes. It is so weird….sorry your mixture did not solidify :-(

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