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I don’t know about where you live, but it is HOT here in Los Angeles! We’ve been trying to beat the heat with lots of cool and refreshing summer snacks, which of course includes ice cream and popsicles!But unfortunately, the Mister has been complaining that he cannot fully enjoy all of the delicious recipes I’ve been making recently (s’mores ice cream, churro milkshakes, etc.) because he’s lactose intolerant. He refuses to admit this though, and continues to eat the sweet treats, so I’ve decided to fix the problem on my end by using lactose-free milk and today I’m sharing a recipe for delicious peaches & cream popsicles!Lactose is a natural sugar found in milk, and to make the popsicles lactose-free, I’m using fairlife which is ultra-filtered and in the filtering process they remove the lactose. Plus, fairlife contains 50% more protein and 30% more calcium without adding protein or calcium powders (versus regular milk), has 50% less sugar versus normal milk because they can filter out part of the sugar, and contains no artificial growth hormones. If you want to learn about their filtering process, there is a short and sweet video to watch on the fairlife website which explains it all.
But basically what this means is the Mister can eat these peaches & cream popsicles and I won’t have to hear him complain later about how his stomach hurts.
- 1 cup fairlife milk
- 2 tsp vanilla
- 1 cup ice
- 4-5 peaches
- 2 Tbsp. brown sugar
- popsicle sticks
- Start by preheating your oven to 375 F.
- Slice your peaches in half and sprinkle with the brown sugar.
- Roast the peaches for 15-20 minutes until peaches are tender and juices are overflowing.
- While the peaches are roasting, throw your milk, vanilla, and ice together in a blender and blend.
- If you want striped popsicles like mine, pour some milk ice into your popsicle mold and pop the mold in the freezer.
- When the peaches are done roasting, throw them in the blender and process until smooth.
- If you're making the striped popsicles, once your first layer of milk has firmed a bit, pour in a layer of peaches and pop back into the freezer.
- If you're making swirled popsicles, combine your peaches and milk ice, pour into your mold, add your popsicle sticks and freeze over night.
- If you're making the striped popsicles, pour your last milk ice layer, insert your popsicle sticks, and freeze overnight.
- To enjoy your popsicles, run the mold under some warm water and pull the popsicle out.
I picked up fairlife while shopping at Ralphs, but you can use the store locator to find the nearest Kroger store near you.And be sure to check out more delicious milk recipes on the fairlife website! I’d love to hear your favorite!