Popsicles for breakfast? Aren’t you going to be the coolest mom ever -- and why not? All that’s in these frozen beauties is yogurt and fruit – that’s it! Of course you can dunk them in granola if you want to add a little crunch; and really, you don’t have to save them just for breakfast; this is a great healthy snack anytime.
With all that colorful fruit peeking out, you just won’t be able to resist them. We suggest non-fat vanilla yogurt, but you could use your favorite flavors and even Greek yogurt. Try adding kiwi, strawberries, and blueberries. Other delicious choices are mangos, pineapple, peaches, and raspberries. Just freeze them in popsicle molds for a fun treat. Don’t have popsicle molds? Small paper cups with craft sticks will do the trick also.
- Fruit, thin sliced (try kiwi, strawberries and blueberries)
- Add a little yogurt to mold, slide fruit slices down the sides if you want them to show and look pretty.
- Add more yogurt and them more fruit until mold is full.
- Unmold and serve with granola if desired.
*Note: You can also chop your fruit small and combine it with the yogurt- then pour into molds and freeze. (Work better with the small, narrow molds.)