Peach Raspberry Popsicles

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Peach Raspberry Popsicles are easy to make with whole berries and fruit. Our homemade ice pops taste way better than those Dole Fruit Bars!

Making homemade popsicles is one of the most fun parts of the summer season for me- so many delicious flavors to choose from, like peach and raspberry. If you’re in the mood for more desserts, try some Custard Peach Pie or some No Bake Raspberry Cheesecake!

Stack of Raspberry Peach Popsicles

Peach Raspberry Popsicles

Hot days call for cold treats! That’s definitely one of the biggest appeals of the summer season: it’s the perfect time of year to enjoy delicious chilled foods and treats. Every winter, I’m always making a list of all the delicious cold desserts that I’m wanting to enjoy during the coming summer. Popsicles are almost always guaranteed to make that list of cravings!

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These Peach & Raspberry Popsicles are a delicious flavor combo that I think is perfect for the dog days of summer this year. Separately, peach and raspberries already make for great summer fruits- peaches especially. Pureed and frozen into ice pops is one of the best ways to enjoy those tasty fruity flavors.

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You can make these homemade popsicles however you like! Keep them healthy by avoiding any added sugar. While they’re not sugar-free popsicles, they’ll be sweetened enough by the natural fruit sugars. In a way, they’re kind of like those Dole Fruit Bars- except better tasting and better for you!

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Ingredients for Homemade Raspberry Peach Popsicles

  • Peaches – Fresh, canned, or frozen- whatever you can get your hands on!
  • Raspberries – Again, fresh or frozen work here.
That’s all you really need! Of course, you can also add a sweetener like honey or sugar to taste but some will find these fruits plenty sweet on their own. Don’t forget to grab popsicle sticks and a popsicle mold!

Ingredients for Popsicles from scratch

How to make popsicles from scratch

These delicious Peach & Raspberry Popsicles are an easy treat to make! Here’s all you need to do to make some yourself:
  1. Blend your fruits separately until they reach a puree.
  2. Pour the purees, one after the other, into a popsicle mold.
  3. Insert popsicle sticks and let freeze completely before enjoying.

Raspberries in blender

Start things off by using your favorite blender or food processor to work your fruits down to purees. If adding sugar or any sweetener, mix it in with a few pulses from the blender to keep things easy.

Peaches in blender

You could use these purees however you want. You could make a few Peach Popsicles and/or Raspberry Popsicles alongside some layered ones if you want! You could also add extra layers to the layered ice pops.

Raspberry mixture added to popsicle mold

However you decide to fill these up, be generous and try to fill as close to the top as possible.

Peach added to popsicle mold

All that’s left is to let the popsicles freeze. Don’t forget to stick in some popsicle sticks after the pops have had about an hour to set up a bit in the freezer.

Tray of fresh berry pops

Depending on your freezer, these homemade popsicles should take about 8-10 hours to freeze fully. To stay on the safe side, we usually just wait and let them sit overnight in the freezer. Once fully frozen, carefully remove your fruity ice pops from their molds and enjoy!

stack of popsicles made with berries and peaches

How long do popsicles last?

Since these ice pops are basically nothing more than frozen fruit puree, they’ll keep very well in the freezer! I would try to enjoy these popsicles within 3 months. They will likely last longer- 6-8 months, I’d guess- but they’ll have lost some of their flavors by that point. Besides, I doubt most folks will be able to ignore these Peach Raspberry Popsicles for that long!

Bite from homemade popsicle

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Peach Raspberry Popsicles

By: Jen CIncyshopper
Peach Raspberry Popsicles are easy to make with whole berries and fruit. Our homemade ice pops taste way better than those Dole Fruit Bars!
Prep: 10 minutes
Freeze Time: 6 hours 40 minutes
Total: 6 hours 50 minutes
Servings: 5


  • Popsicle Mold


  • 16 oz Frozen Peaches
  • 12 oz Raspberries


  • Puree raspberries and fill the bottom half of each popsicle mold.
  • Freeze for 20 minutes.
  • Puree peaches and fill the top half of each popsicle mold.
  • Freeze for 20 minutes.
  • Insert the popsicle sticks.
  • Freeze for 6 hours or until solid.


To release popsicles from mold, you may need to run the mold briefly under warm water.


Calories: 71kcal, Carbohydrates: 17g, Protein: 2g, Fat: 1g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Sodium: 1mg, Potassium: 275mg, Fiber: 6g, Sugar: 11g, Vitamin A: 318IU, Vitamin C: 24mg, Calcium: 22mg, Iron: 1mg
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Long pin collage Peach Raspberry Popsicles Better than a Dole Fruit Bar

Long pin collage Peach Raspberry Popsicles Better than a Dole Fruit Bar

Long pin collage Peach Raspberry Popsicles Better than a Dole Fruit Bar

About Jen Cincyshopper

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