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My Ginger Peach Tea Popsicles are a refreshing, frozen healthy snack for the summer.

Ginger Peach Tea Popsicles

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Cool down with sweet tea and homemade popsicles. My Ginger Peach Tea Popsicles are made of real fruit and all natural ingredients for pure refreshment.


Hi Bold Bakers!

Summer is coming in hot and I’ve got just the recipe to cool you down. All you peach-tea lovers are in for a treat because this homemade popsicle is sure to become a family favorite. My Ginger Peach Tea Popsicles are made with just a few all-natural ingredients. These healthy snacks are something you will love sharing with your kids, friends, and family all summer long!

How to Make Popsicles

This easy dessert is an absolute winner as the fragrant ingredients do all of the work. First of all, you can’t have a Ginger Peach Tea Popsicle without tea! This popsicle features freshly brewed peach tea and infused with zesty grated ginger and a squeeze of tart lemon. The aromatic peach tea and poignant ginger are one of my favorite combinations. To take things to the next level, I puree fresh peaches and mix it in with the tea. What you’re left with is fruity liquid gold. There’s really nothing more to it. With my sweet puree and flavorful tea, this refreshing mixture is ready to be assembled. I pour the mix into my Sweet Creations Popsicle Maker Set with Wooden Sticks then add in my Sweet Creations Popsicle Sticks.

Making a Healthy Dessert

Without even meaning to be, my Ginger Peach Popsicle Recipe is actually good for you. My sweet tea popsicles are both hydrating and free of added sugar. Although they have so much flavor, they have none of the added ingredients or preservatives you might see in store-bought popsicles.

How Long Can You Keep Popsicles in the Freezer?

These popsicles can be kept in the freezer for up to 6 weeks. I love to make a big batch ahead of time and bring share them all summer long at pool parties, BBQ’s and of course the beach.

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Ginger Peach Tea Popsicles
 
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Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 2 peach tea bags
  • 1 cup (8floz/225ml) water
  • ¼ cup (21/2oz/71g) honey
  • 1 tablespoon of ginger, grated
  • Juice 1 lemon
  • 1 cup (5oz/142g) frozen or fresh peaches, pureed
Instructions
  1. In a small jug steep 2 tea bags in hot water. Add in the honey, grate and add the ginger using a GoodCook Grater/ Zester, and squeeze in the juice of 1 lemon. Set aside to infuse.
  2. In a small food processor or blender puress the peaches.
  3. Once steeped and cooled, combine the peach puree and the tea.
  4. Next, assemble the popsicles: Gently fill 4 of the Sweet Creations Popsicle Maker Set with Wooden Sticks with the peach and tea mixture, being sure to fill just below the top. Cover the mold with the top then insert the Sweet Creations 50 Count Pattern Wooden Popsicle Sticks.
  5. Freeze popsicles for a minimum of 6 hours.
  6. To remove from the mold simply allow to defrost for 5-10 minutes then gently pull out your popsicles. If you have any trouble getting the popsicles out, run them under hot water for 5-10 seconds then pull the popsicles out. Enjoy!
  7. These will keep for up to 6 weeks in the freezer.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 Calories: 73 Fat: 0 Saturated fat: 0 Unsaturated fat: 0 Trans fat: 0 Carbohydrates: 20 g Sugar: 15 g Sodium: 4 mg Fiber: 1 g Protein: 0 Cholesterol: 0

 

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