For a truly refreshing treat this summer, keep these sweet pops on hand. Firm ripe peaches are often best for delicious peach desserts such as cobblers and cakes, but this is a is a delicious way to use up any overripe or less-than-perfect peaches. Taste the fruit before adding honey—you might need less, depending on the sweetness of the peaches. Making homemade popsicles is a fun and very easy activity to do with kids plus, these are a healthier treat option than the usual cookies or chips and a different way to serve fruit. They couldn’t be any easier to make and don’t require a lot of ingredients. best part is that they couldn't be any easier to make! Process the buttermilk (our secret ingredient in so many recipes), honey, cream, salt, and a portion of the peaches in a blender or food processor until completely smooth. Chop the remaining peaches and stir into the buttermilk mixture. Pour into the plastic frozen pop molds, cover with lids, insert wooden craft sticks and place in the freezer. Freeze the pops until they are completely firm and sticks are set, about 6 to 8 hours. Trust us – this is the hardest part! To remove pops, run outside of molds under hot water for a few seconds and remove lids.
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