Strawberry, Peaches and Cream Popsicles with Amaretti

Strawberry, Peaches and Cream Popsicles with Amaretti

Strawberry, Peaches and Cream Popsicles with Amaretti

These pops are full on luscious with a double cream thing going on in there – but there’s still fruit! It also wouldn’t matter if you chose to replace the cream with more yogurt if you wish.

Strawberry, Peaches and Cream Popsicles with Amaretti

Strawberry, Peaches and Cream Popsicles with Amaretti

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  • 3 or 4 peaches , , quartered + pitted
  • 10 strawberries , , hulled
  • 1/2 cup (125 ml) double cream (heavy cream)
  • 2/3 cup (160 ml) plain, low fat yogurt
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 5 amaretti cookies , , roughly crushed


  • Blend together the peaches, strawberries, cream and yogurt in a blender until smooth.
  • Place about a tablespoon of the crushed amaretti cookies into each well of the popsicle mold. Divide the peach mixture between the wells of the popsicle mold. Freeze for about an hour then push in the popsicle sticks. Freeze for a minimum of 5 hours until solid.
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44 thoughts on “Strawberry, Peaches and Cream Popsicles with Amaretti”

  1. All the popsicle recipes I’ve seen so far are so impressive! This flavour in particular sounds soooo good. Love the amaretti addition!

  2. Bring on the double cream! 🙂

    So, does this mean people go to work on Sundays? Just curious…

  3. All the fruit business is making me swoon but add those amaretti? AW HELL YEAH

  4. LOVE the look of those peaches! and popsicles! And as for a new week starting on Sunday here in the US, I think it’s sort of a personal thing–I’ve ALWAYS believed it starts on Monday, and think a lot of people feel the same, but I’ve also had debates with a fair number of people that believe otherwise. 🙂

  5. Those look AMAZING!! I love the flavor combo!
    The US way of measuring things really gets me too… I mean 12 inches in a foot? Who in the world came up with that? And 5280 feet in a mile? That’s just crazy! And don’t even mention temps. Uggg… This winter the Fahrenheit went below the Celsius just to make me more confused…

  6. I am all for more cream in Popsicle; I can never say no to one even when it is freezing. SO stunning and I love the colours!

    Do not get me started about the conversion system. I use the metric system too; so the US metric has me all kind of stress. Even worse when you forget the recipe is in US system…

  7. Love the amaretti cookies as well as the super summery strawberry and peaches combination! These photographs are beautiful too 🙂

  8. these look fannnnntastic!!
    what a delish combo of cream and strawberries and peach, plus amaretti – pure genius 🙂
    it’s winter over here, but still, i’m tempted to whip up these frozen treats
    thanks for the recipe!

    Bec {Daisy and the Fox}

  9. This flavor combination sounds awesome! Love peaches and cream – so the idea of some strawberries mixed in sounds divine.

  10. I love popsicles, I love amarettini and I love strawberries and peaches (oh, and cream of course – I’ll take all the cream! Who needs a bikini anyway, as we have another rainy european summer in the moment…). I have to admit it I’m still in post-graduation celebration mode and my social life seems to be kickstarted :O Too many people to catch up with! But hey, maybe I find some time to try these and then share them while catching up – I think I might have still kept a little of the necessary exam-term efficiency ;-). Thanks for sharing!

  11. I am married to an American so you can imagine the cultural differences, but you are right, it makes it all so fun and new and fresh! Like these popsicles – peaches and amaretti is such a beautiful, classic combination! I actually tried something similar myself once, w/o strawberries and with just cream ( and I am very tempted to make the most of British strawberries (yeah Wimbledon!) with yours. They look just stunning!

  12. few things are better than summer fruit and cream! and, I a nuts for amaretti. These are so pretty, Izzy!

  13. Izy, hi! I’ve been reading your blog for a long time. And I just wanna say THANK YOU for all the inspiration you give. I really admire everything you do.) It is such a pleasure to read your posts, they are so ALIVE! And what is more, I was encourage by your example and thanks to you decided to create my own blog. So, THANKS one more time)

  14. These look so refreshing and the ameretti in them oh my goodness ! Such a good combination. Anything with amaretti and I am sold! L x

  15. I have to admit that I’m really like 100% NOT a popsicle fan, but I saw these and they look and sound amazing. Love love love that you added some cream for creaminess (who would have guessed?! haha) and the amaretti cookies on the bottom are genius!

  16. Gorgeous popsicles! =) Loving the combination of flavours, they give such a gorgeous color to the popsicles.
    Funny that you mentioned the difference between the US and Europe regarding the days of the week and temperature, weigh units difference. The thing that confuses me the most is the Fahrenheit/Celsius difference, hehe. :-p


  17. These look so good! And there is definitely enough fruit in here to make it healthy enough to me to eat two! The differences with the weeks and metric conversions is a pain. It took me forever to learn it when I was in the UK and now that I am back in the US, I still find myself looking for the metric unites to use !

    • (Me too 😉 ) nope! Just remove the stones and leave the skins on, unless your blender has serious problems handling them in which case you can always strain the mixture after blending if you’re not happy!

  18. Wow! This looks AMAZING! I love Amaretti (I’m Italian after all), but I never thought of mixing them in popsicles. Brilliant idea. Thanks for sharing!

  19. Looks amazing! And I love the shape of your mold. Can you tell me what it’s called or who makes it? Thanks!

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