Vegan Oats Peach Smoothie Popsicles

Vegan Peach Smoothie Popsicles are made from frozen leftover smoothie. An easy and delicious summer treat! | www.vibrantplate.com

When making a smoothie, save some for later and freeze it to make these pretty Vegan Oats Peach Smoothie Popsicles. Delicious!

First of all, let me start by saying “Happy Birthday” to Mitja! Yes, he’s the birthday boy today celebrating 35 years already. Oh my, where has the time gone, we’re old! Anyway, I’ll be making him his usual cake as I actually do not have permission to make him any other cake but this one.

Alas, birthday boys are permitted a caprice or two on their big day, no? And while he’s treating himself to his cake, I’ll be downing one or two of these pops.

Vegan Peach Smoothie Popsicles are made from frozen leftover smoothie. An easy and delicious summer treat! | www.vibrantplate.com

If this recipe for Vegan Oats Peach Smoothie Popsicles sounds familiar, it’s because it actually is. When I made this smoothie recipe I had a lot of the mixture left over, as I was the only one drinking it. So, in pure frugal kitchen fashion, I decided to save some for later by adding it to the popsicle mold and freezing it.

True, when I made this recipe it was still hot outdoor, and now I’m slowly freezing, but that does not mean, we can’t enjoy leftover smoothie popsicles. There is no wrong season for ice cream, I say.

Vegan Oats Peach Smoothie Popsicles

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 6

Vegan Oats Peach Smoothie Popsicles

Ingredients

  • 5 nectarine peaches, or regular peaches
  • 1 tbs rolled oats
  • 3 tbs natural soy yogurt
  • 1/2 lime, juice
  • 1/4 cup water, or as needed
  • blueberries to top
  • granola

Instructions

  1. Wash and dry peaches. Optionally you can peel them, or just cut into slices, removing the core. Add peach slices to blender.
  2. Add rolled oats, soy yogurt (or regular yogurt), juice of half a lime and a bit of water. Blend until smooth.
  3. Transfer smoothie into popsicle molds and fill to about half. Add a handful of granola to each popsicle mold, then top with the rest of the smoothie. Stir in about a spoon of soy yogurt to create delicate white swirls. Add a pops holder into each mold and place into the freezer for at least 2 hours, or overnight.
  4. When the popsicles are frozen, remove from freezer. If your pops are not coming out of the mold, try running water over the mold and gently move them around until they give in and you can get them out of the mold. Serve.
  5. For the granola I used this recipe.

See the original Breakfast Oats Peach Smoothie Recipe here:

This Breakfast Oats Peach Smoothie is quick and easy to make. Perfect for a healthy summer breakfast! | www.vibrantplate.com

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