Fruit & Yogurt Breakfast PopsiclesJump to Recipe
Okay. The truth is that I probably wouldn’t actually let my 2-year old have one of these Fruit & Yogurt Breakfast Popsicles in the morning unless it was a weekend. Week days are just too rushed and making a huge popsicle mess isn’t my idea of how to peacefully start a Tuesday.
That said, I actually snuck one for breakfast one day and absolutely loved it and my kiddo eats them for healthy desserts after dinner! I feel so much better about giving him one of these than any other popsicle. They are packed with fruit and healthy yogurt with just enough honey to sweeten the treat.
Whether you have one for a chilled out breakfast or use them as a dessert, these are easy to make and will be in my freezer for the upcoming seasons!
These simple popsicles have just a few ingredients and are great way to beat the summer heat during breakfast! I like them as a healthy dessert option for my kiddos also!
- Blend or roughly mash together 1/2 cup yogurt, blueberries, and 2 tablespoons milk. Repeat with 1/2 cup yogurt, raspberries, and 2 tablespoons milk. Then stir together 1/2 cup yogurt, honey, and last 2 tablespoons milk.
- In popsicle molds, layer in blueberry mixture, honey mixture, and raspberry mixture. Top each popsicle with cereal.
- Freeze popsicles until solid, probably 2-3 hours.
- Serve either for breakfast or for a healthy chilled dessert option!
I supposed you could just plop all this stuff in popsicle molds and call it a day, but I wanted to make them pretty and so I spent a little extra time making different layers for my popsicles.
The first layer was just a mix of blueberries, yogurt, and milk. The milk is important to thin out the mix a big.
Then do the same thing but with raspberries!
For the third layer, I just did a mixture of honey, yogurt, and milk.
If you don’t have a mini food processor, you can also just roughly mash the stuff together. The finished popsicles will just have more texture using that method, which some people might prefer!
Divide the layers up in your popsicle molds and top each one with some cereal or granola. This just kind of keeps the popsicle from dripping all over the place as you eat it. And it gives the popsicle some nice crunch!
These guys are ready to freeze!
I just love how these breakfast popsicles turned out. The colors are great, they aren’t too sweet, and they are easy to make.
Popsicle season is a go!
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