But you know what?! Most recipes make a dozen pops, so when they ARE done, you get 'em outta the mold, put them in the small sealable snack bags and you have popsicles until everyone eats them. Make a new popsicle a few nights each week and your family has a few flavors to choose from whenever popsicles are administered.
We're currently out of mango lassi popsicles (frozen mango, whole fat yogurt and a dash each of maple syrup and vanilla extract) and only have a few thai iced tea popsicles left (but those are for grown-ups anyway) .
I based these on a recipe from Chow, but I don't have marscapone cheese in my fridge! Holy cow! So I switched up the recipe to include what I had.
I'll let you know in six hours if they're any good. That said, I may have dipped my finger in the mixture (blender off and unplugged) and it was fairly delicious, albeit a tad sweet. I might leave out sugar next time.
Peaches and Cream Popsicles Recipe
1/2 cup whole fat yogurt
4 small peaches
1/4 sour cream
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/4 cup heavy cream
1/4 t vanilla
Dash of salt
1. Mix up in the blender.
2. Pour into molds.
3. Wait 2 hours before you put the sticks in, so it sets a bit.
4. Wait another 4 hours, or until set.
5. Pop out and put into sealable snack bags. Maybe even eat one.