So I’ve been eyeing those Zoku quick pop makers for over a year, but had so far convinced myself that it was just an extra kitchen gadget that I didn’t need. Well that is until last week, when I found one at a small kitchen boutique store in DC and decided that I had to have one. And while I have to say it is totally unnecessary because there’s nothing wrong with the old school popsicle makers, it is kinda fun. Last night I decided to make some last minute popsicles for dessert and they were ready in 10 minutes. Pretty fantastic. I plan to try out lots of fun recipes over the course of the summer, so you’ll likely see some more posts like this. But here’s the first.
Ingredients (makes 4)
1 white peach
1/4 cup coconut milk
2 tablespoons sugar (I read that this helps keep the popsicle softer)
Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend until almost smooth (a little chunk is ok, but you need it to be smooth enough to pour if you’re using a Zoku).
Be careful when pouring into the Zoku. As you’ll notice below, I wasn’t quite careful enough and had a little extra on top.