Peach Streusel Popsicles

This post is sponsored by Lucky Leaf, but all opinions are my own.

I don’t know about you, but it has been crazy hot in Atlanta recently. You just step into the sun and sweat like crazy. Well, these Peach Streusel Popsicles are the prefect treat on a hot day like that – cool and refreshing! Plus, with the addition of Lucky Leaf Peach Pie filling, they are the perfect summer-y fruit flavor! They’re like a peach pie in popsicle form – loaded with cinnamon and brown sugar.

Peach Streusel Popsicles
Peach Streusel Popsicles

I have been dying over peaches lately. It is peach season and I love baking with them, so when Lucky Leaf sent me some peach filling to bake with, I couldn’t wait! Their pie fillings are delicious and are great for using in baking.

I tried their cherry filling a few months ago in this ice cream cake and loved it. The peach filling was delicious too and the flavor is perfect in these popsicles.

Peach Streusel Popsicles

The popsicles are thick and creamy in texture and full of peaches. The peach mixture is layered with a cinnamon streusel and the combination, quite frankly, rocks.

When frozen, the streusel is a little cake-like in taste and texture. The combination of creamy and cake-y is terrific and SO good!

The base begins with cream cheese and is flavored with sugar, cinnamon, sour cream, milk and cinnamon. It’s so quick and easy to mix together with a mixer. Then just stir in the pie filling – juices and all. The juices help flavor the cream cheese mixture and the peach chunks are delicious! I love the taste of them frozen.

Peach Streusel Popsicles
Peach Streusel Popsicles

The peach slices are a bit bigger than you need, so you can run a knife through them after you’ve mixed them in (that’s how I did it) or you can cut them up before you add them to the cream cheese mixture. The peaches are sot and eat to cut, they just need to be a little smaller so that they fit nicely into the popsicle mold.

The peach mixture is layered with the streusel – which you definitely don’t want to leave out! The bites with the peach mixture and the streusel together are my favorite! The important thing about making the streusel is to keep the butter cold when you mash it together, so that it stays crumbly.

With the pie-like flavor and streusel combo, these popsicles will satisfy many cravings all in one – ice cream, cake and pie! The perfect treat! :)

Peach Streusel Popsicles

And they’d be awesome for sharing at a BBQ or fun summer get together!

Every fourth of July, my parents have friends and neighbors over for dessert before walking over to see the neighborhood fireworks. They have all kinds of ice cream and popsicles. These popsicles must make the list this year! Homemade is always more fun and unique. :)

Peach Streusel Popsicles


Peach Streusel Popsicles

Yield: makes 10-12 popsicles


8 oz cream cheese, softened
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup milk
1-2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 cup sour cream
1 can Lucky Leaf Peach Pie Filling

Cinnamon Streusel
1/4 cup flour
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 tsp cinnamon
1/4 cup butter, cut in pieces

Popsicle sticks
Popsicle mold


1. Combine cream cheese, powdered sugar, brown sugar, milk, cinnamon and sour cream and mix well.
2. Pour pie filling into a bowl and chop up peaches so they'll fit well in the popsicle mold. Add pie filling to cream cheese mixture.
3. In another small bowl, combine flour, brown sugar and cinnamon. Add butter and mash into the dry mixture until crumbly.
4. Fill popsicle mold about halfway with peach mixture.
5. Add a layer of cinnamon streusel.
6. Fill remaining space with more peach mixture.
7. Add a popsicle stick and fill in the area around the stick with more streusel.
8. Place into freezer until fully frozen, at least 4 hours. To help remove popsicles from mold when frozen, run under warm water and allow to sit for about 5 minutes.
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Recipe modified from Damn Delicious.

Peach Streusel Popsicles

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  1. Wow! it looks so tasty and i could really use one right now :-)
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  2. I am so crazy excited about the streusel. In a Popsicle! Who knew this magic could happen?!
    Mir recently posted…S’more Brownie CupcakesMy Profile

  3. What a delicious popsicle flavor!! Thanks for the link love :)
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  4. Lovely Pictures! They’re amazing! tasty! :)
    Sam @ Baking Made Easy recently posted…Popular Baking Mistakes and How to Avoid them?My Profile

  5. love how bright and summery these popsicles and photos are! love!!
    Angelyn @ Everyday Desserts recently posted…Chocolate Chip GranolaMy Profile

  6. Yes, please. My summer BBQ’s need some amazing popsicles like this!!! Thank you so much for the link love too!
    Jocelyn @BruCrew Life recently posted…Family Fun at Walt Disney WorldMy Profile

  7. I love me some streusel! These looks SO good!!
    Julianne @ Beyond Frosting recently posted…Bourbon Peach Pound CakeMy Profile

  8. These could be the greatest popsicles I have seen. Absolutely love ’em!
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  9. What a great popsicle flavor! Love that you added streusel to a popsicle!
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  10. With the terrific ga peaches in season — why would you use canned peach pie filling?

    • says:

      I’ve definitely been baking with some fresh peaches too, which will be posted soon. But the pie filling was actually perfect for the popsicles – the thick filling helped flavor the creamy ingredients really well. Plus, cutting and peeling fresh peaches is a lot of work – sometimes easy is nice. That being said, you could certainly substitute fresh peaches. :)

  11. Oh wow. These look amazing! Gorgeous photos!
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  12. These are AMAZING and perfect for summer! :)
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  13. What an amazing use of peaches! I am in love with this. The flavor looks perfect!
    Jocelyn (Grandbaby Cakes) recently posted…Blueberry Lemon Pound CakeMy Profile

  14. It’s like you decided to give King of Pops a run for it’s money! Because I want one of these soooooo badly! I will put it on my list of things to do to clear out enough space in my freezer to fit a batch of these because the creaminess, the streusel, the peach are just too much to resist! Pinned!
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  15. Oh man these are just about the fanciest popsicles I’ve ever seen! I would’ve never thought to throw streusel into the popsicle, but these look fantastic, Lindsay! 😀
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  16. they look delicious!
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  17. Wait…you’re adding RAW flour into the Popsicle?! Shouldn’t you have baked the streusel before eating it?

    • says:

      I’ve never had a problem before, but if that’s a concern for you I know sometimes people will toast flour in the oven first.

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