Boozy Fresh Peach & Yogurt Popsicles

Baby it’s HOT outside.  It’s mid September and our typical temps would be in the 70’s.  Today it’s 95 and it’s been over 2 weeks straight of over 90.  Totally not the norm for the Inland Northwest portion of Washington.  One way to keep cool when it’s this hot is to eat something icy cold….or make friends with the select few who have pools.  Since I’m fresh out of those resources, I decided to whip up a quick batch of popsicles.  Adult Popsicles, to be exact.

Start off with 4 simple ingredients.  Chobani Peach Yogurt, some Fresh Peaches, Honey (local if possible) and a small bottle of Pearl Coconut flavored vodka.

To the blender add 2 of the peaches diced up.

Pour in 2 tablespoons of honey

Half of the Pearl Coconut  – or all of it if you’re feeling BOOZY.  Adding all of the vodka will result in the fresh peach mixture not freezing completely.  Problem?  No not really, you’ll just need to eat it faster.

Give it a whirl.

Drop a few pieces of fresh peach into your popsicle maker of choice and then layer the puree with the Chobani and freeze until solid.  I used a Zoku Quick Pop Maker with decent success.  It was my first go with it, so I think I may try to fill it differently in the future.

Unmold your popsicles and devour!


Boozy Fresh Peach & Yogurt Popsicles

3 peaches, skinned and diced
2 tablespoons of honey
1 tablespoon of Pearl Coconut Vodka
1 small container of Chobani Peach Greek Yogurt

1 Add 2 of the peaches, honey and vodka to a blender and puree until smooth.
2 Using a popsicle maker of your choice, add a few pieces of fresh peach to each and layer with the puree and yogurt.  Freeze according to manufacturers suggestions.  Unmold and enjoy.

Makes 4-6 


  1. 95 degrees and DRY heat – I was in HEAVEN! Not to mention the wee-farmer tan I got going on now. *Bliss* These would have made the weekend!! Darn me not having enough space in the city-apartment, or else a Zoku would be next on my appliance list! ~Megan

  2. These were worth the long wait since this morning! They look fantastic–especially for a first try. Pretty soon, you’ll be a pro (although I do hope it starts cooling off for you soon)!

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