6 Fun Morning Popsicles
July 7, 2017
Think you can’t have dessert for breakfast? Think again! With a few ingredients (including yogurt, cereal, and fruit) you can create summer popsicles for breakfast or a morning snack. Listed below are six popsicle recipes that will help you stay cool on summer mornings.
6 Homemade Popsicles for Breakfast
- Yogurt parfait popsicles. A yogurt parfait is a classic breakfast side dish that you can easily turn into a delicious popsicle. This recipe from I Heart Naptime may be just what you need. It calls for Greek yogurt, milk, honey, granola, and berries and chopped fruit. You can find the recipe here.
- Nutella yogurt popsicles. Do you enjoy having Nutella on toast for breakfast? If so, consider adding Nutella to your yogurt parfait popsicles. The recipe from Baking a Moment calls for Greek yogurt, fresh fruit, Nutella, and granola. It will definitely put a smile on your family’s face.
- Milk and fruity cereal popsicles for kids. Take your kids’ milk and cereal breakfast to a whole new level with breakfast popsicles. This recipe from In Katrina’s Kitchen calls from a banana, Greek yogurt, strawberry milk, and cereal. To make the popsicles use your kids’ favorite cereal such as Fruity Pebbles or Fruit Loops. You can also vary the milk by using chocolate milk instead of strawberry milk
- Banana and honey cereal popsicles. Is your favorite morning cereal Honey Bunches of Oats? If so, you’ll love these popsicles! They’re creamy, nutritious, and absolutely delicious. No Spoon Necessary’s popsicles are made with Greek yogurt, milk, honey, cinnamon, bananas, and Honey Bunches of Oats cereal.
- Iced coffee popsicles. Do you need your morning cup of Joe for an energy boost? A cup of coffee may be too hot for a summer morning, so try a coffee popsicles instead. They are easy to make and a fun treat for the Monday blues. All you need is some strong coffee, heavy cream, and sugar. Here’s a recipe from the View From Great Island.
- Earl Grey popsicles. If you aren’t a big fan of coffee try tea popsicles instead. This tea popsicle recipe from Dessert for Two is made with boiling water, Earl Grey tea bags, agave nectar, and light coconut milk. It’s a fun addition to your breakfast and it also makes a yummy dessert.