matcha peach layered popsicles


happy friday everyone! before we get into this recipe, i am going to answer the question everyone has been asking me on instagram.. "WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE POPSICLE MOLDS?!". it is nice to know i wasn't the only person who found it next to impossible to find a classic style popsicle maker. i literally went to every store in niagara that i thought would possibly carry them & no luck. every store had the same junky, child size, rainbow colour popsicle makers. it was quite frustrating! but then as a last resort i looked at good old amazon & success! i found these on here & i highly recommend them if you are looking for that classic look. now let's get into the reason we are all here.. the popsicles!

aftermaking those salted caramel popsicles on NOM this week, i wanted to make a healthy two tone flavour style popsicle. with peach season in bloom, i thought mixing matcha + peaches was a perfect pair! i used the aiya matcha cooking grade matcha powder & fresh peaches that i pureed. to keep it healthy, i used a raw sugar to sweetened them with a splash of vanilla. they are super easy to make & the perfect summer treat.


for the matcha popsicle layer

for the peach popsicle layer

  • 2 cups freshly sliced peaches
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 3/4 cup plain greek yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons raw honey
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract


for the matcha popsicle layer

  • in a blender add the yogurt, matcha powder, honey & vanilla. puree until smooth & the matcha is well blended.
  • fill popsicle molds halfway with the mixture & freeze until solid.

for the peach popsicle layer

  • in a blender add the sliced peaches, lemon juice, yogurt, honey & vanilla. puree until smooth.
  • fill the remaining half of the popsicle molds with the mixture, add in the popsicle sticks & freeze until solid.
  • remove from molds & enjoy!

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this post was created in partnership with aiya matcha! you can find the cooking grade matcha powder that i used here