Peach Julepsicles For #Popsicleweek

It’s Popsicle Week my good people.. Do you know what that means..

Then let me tell you
My brutha from anotha mutha Billy over at Wit & Vinegar put together a group of 26 too legit to quit Food Bloggers to bring you nothing but frozen hotness on sticks all week long.. 
This is good Hoss.. Real good..
So good it’s got me dancin… no I’m twerking like Miley..
I can’t believe I just typed that.
No One..not you…not me… not anyone in the history of people should be twerkin like a fool.. lookin like Hannah Montana..
Simply because
You know what is cute..

These little pops that took 2 tries to get right because my freezer was on some alien setting. With the first attempt just turning into this slushie like peach concoction. But no worries it was blended with ice cream, more Bourbon and turned into a shake.  Then consumed while watching Orange is the New Black, because I hate not knowing what the hell people are talking about. And it seems like everyone is talkin about this show.
Sorta like everyone should be talkin about Popsicle week.
Of course there is a hashtag so follow #popsicleweek my good folks, to see all the Popsicle Realness that’s happening this week.
Or click here and head over to Billy’s blog to see who all is riding on the Frozen Treat Pop Truck.
Let me tell ya..there some pretty Kick Ass people onboard with Billy in the driver seat..
Big Thanks to him for putting this all together and inviting me to join.
Now as my gurl Megan says “Let’s Pop Lock and Drop It” with these Peach Julepsicles for the win.
Because what could be better than frozen Bourbon on a stick..

Peach Julepsicles 
 Makes 12 Dixie Cup Popsicles 

Inspired by A Cozy Kitchen's Watermelon Mint Julep Popsicles

4 ripe peaches, peeled and sliced
1/4 cup orange juice
1/3 cup bourbon
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
2 tablespoons mint, finely chopped 

Coarsely chop peaches using a food processor. Transfer about a cup of the chopped peaches to a medium bowl. In the food processor add orange juice, bourbon and sugar. Puree until smooth.
Pour peach puree mixture in the bowl with the chopped peaches. Add mint and stir to combine.

Place dixie cups on a baking sheet add puree peach mixture into each cup. Cover with foil or plastic wrap and freeze for about 2 hours. Or until mixture has solidified enough to insert popsicle sticks.
Insert sticks in the center of each cup and let freeze overnight. These take a little longer to freeze due to the alcohol content. Allow at least 12 hours for these to become solid enough to remove paper cups.
Remove cups by snipping a small cut at the top of each and peeling away the paper from each popsicle.