Make this easy peach juice fruit popsicles with the leftover juice from canned fruit! A great way to use every drop of your canned goods, and a delicious treat on a hot day! Perfect for kids of all ages!
Our canned goods have been flying of our shelves, usually our canned vegetables since we make a ton of soup. But our fruit is also getting used for homemade pies and just general enjoyment.
And while it may be standard practice to just drain the fruit juice into the sink, it's a sham to let it go to waste! So we've started making fruit juice pops with ours! It's downright delicious. Especially on a hot day!
How to Make Frozen Peach Juice Fruit Popsicles
With little ones, I recommend making smaller pops to ensure they are eaten before melting returning to juice. ;-) We love these Popsicle molds with the larger handles, because they are super easy to hold for little hands! Just be sure not to overfill them!
Or, if you want to create a more nostalgic feel, you can use these reusable silicon ice-pop molds. I like these best for ice-pops because the lids are attached. Otherwise they would be lost in about 2 seconds!
My kids love popsicles, and I'm more than happy to oblige when it's made with real fruit juice! Especially fruit that has been grown in my own yard using ingredients I'm comfortable with.
Use the juice from your canned peaches, either store-bought or from this canned peach recipe.
Fill as many of the molds you can 3/4 of the way full.
Store the molds in the freezer upright for at least 4 hours. This time could vary greatly due to differentiating freezer temperatures. Typically, eight hours would work for any freezer.
Enjoy right away or store in the freezer for up to 3 months!
NOTE: We like to make these at night so there is "less waiting" and they are ready when we wake up in the morning!
MORE RECIPES TO TRY: Canning peaches isn't the only way to store them. Try freezing peaches! And honestly, is there any better way to each peaches than in a Peach Cobbler?
Frozen Peach Juice Pops
- ice-pop molds
- 2 cups peach juice (store-bought or homemade)
- Fill as many of the molds you can 3/4 of the way full of peach juice.
- Store the molds in the freezer upright for at least 4 hours. Sometimes this may take up to eight hours depending on your freezer's temperature.
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