Green Tea and Peach Ice Pops (Sugar-free, Naturally-flavored)


August is National Peach Month, and since the temperatures here are creeping back up towards 90 degrees F (30 C) by week’s end, it seemed only fitting to blend these deliciously juicy fruits into icy cold popsicles. I added cooled steeped green tea for a flavor and health boost. These frozen treats have no added sweeteners or artificial flavors, just natural skin-beautifying ingredients.


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Now, on to these refreshing, naturally energizing ice pops!

Green Tea and Peach Ice Pops

makes 4-8 pops, depending on size of molds

  • 2 cups steeped and cooled green tea
  • 3 ripe/soft peaches, pitted and roughly chopped
  • 10 or more fresh mint leaves, optional

popsicle molds

Blend the cool green tea and two of the peaches until smooth. Add the last peach (or a handful of peach chunks) and pulse a few times, so you have some texture in your pops, if desired. Place mint leaves in the empty pop molds and then pour in the peach/tea mixture. Put in the freezer. Add sticks after about 20 minutes or so, after they’ve started firming up.

Notes: These are not too sweet, using ripe peaches will add more sweetness. Add an extra peach for more peach flavor/sweetness. Or, you can add a little maple syrup, coconut nectar, stevia or other sweetener to taste.

Check out these 16 health benefits of peaches:

And 10 clinically proven health benefits of green tea:


Tell me, lovelies, how do you enjoy the season’s fresh peaches??


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