July 12th, 2013

Breakfast Popsicles

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- a great healthy snack anytime.

I love  these popsicles;  aren’t they beautiful?   With all that colorful fruit peeking out, you just won’t be able to resist them.   I used non-fat vanilla yogurt, but you could use your favorite flavors and even Greek yogurt.  I added 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.




Breakfast Popsicles


Yogurt (I used non-fat vanilla)

Fruit, thin sliced (I used 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.

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.)

Unmold and serve with granola if desired.





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35 Responses to “Breakfast Popsicles”

  1. I want one of these now!

  2. These are the prettiest thing ever! I am making these tonight. Thanks 🙂

  3. Love this idea!!

  4. We have a cousins sleepover coming up and these will be so fun!, thanks. Love it.

  5. Darn if these aren’t the cutest thing ever and so easy. I love this!

  6. Omg I adore these. Wish I had one now . . .

  7. Yum! These made me hungry just looking at them!! What a cute recipe!! Can’t wait to try it!!

    Pinned it! Thanks for sharing with us at One Sharendipity Place this weekend!!

    Krys @thet2women.com and http://www.worshipingwhilewaiting.com

  8. Hi Kyra! I’m so glad you found my blog, so that I could find yours! These are awesome. Pinned!

  9. What a FABULOUS idea!!!! Fruit and yogurt… I love it!!! These sound so good for a summer breakfast, thanks for sharing!

  10. My kids would LOVE these, what a neat idea! We would love for you to share at our fun Super Summer Saturday link up here: http://www.thechirpingmoms.com/2013/07/super-summer-saturday_13.html


  11. These are so pretty & my kids would love the idea of popsicles for breakfast, but these are healthy! Hooray! Thanks for sharing at Sweet & Savory Saturdays #21!

    ~Amber @ Dessert Now, Dinner Later!

  12. Hi there! I am co-hosting this week on the My Favorite Posts Showoff Weekend Blog Party. Thanks for connecting up!

    I host a (Not SO) Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop and a TGIF Link Party over at my place — A Peek Into My Paradise… http://apeekintomyparadise.blogspot.com/ I would love for you to link up and follow (if you don’t already) if you like what you see. =) I follow back – I love making new friends!

    Have a terrific week!

    Hugs, Cathy

  13. This is such a great idea!! I would love to eat these every day for breakfast. Thank you so much for sharing these at our Simply Create Link Party!


  14. Beautiful! My boys would Love having these for breakfast! I would, also! Thank you for sharing on Thursday’s Treasures, I’m featuring them on Week 95.

  15. Ok ladies, I am seriously loving SO MANY of your great recipes lately and have passed you along to some friends! But this idea has my heart! What a FUN Summer breakfast idea; I can’t wait to try this soon! Keep up the great kitchen fun ladies! 🙂

  16. Just wanted to let you know that you were featured as one of our favorites today on Super Summer Saturday: http://www.thechirpingmoms.com/2013/07/super-summer-saturday_27.html! Thanks for linking up and what a fun idea!

  17. What a fantastic idea! I actually eat popsicles for breakfast more than I should (the all-fruit kind, but still…), mainly because they are so easy to grab and go. I will definitely need to try this version, or a variation, so I can get some protein in as well!

  18. Making these tonight, but without the blueberries since I’m not a fan of them. Very excited to see how they turn out! 🙂

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  22. Where did you get the popsical mlds from are they silicon or BPA free plastic?

  23. Kim- I don’t honestly remember where I got the molds, but they are available on amazon as well as a good selection of others:


  24. Do a partial blend & pour into a small ice cube tray. Fun bite sized finger food.

  25. Bonnie – Love the Snack Size idea! Thanks.

  26. Great idea.. I can’t wait to try it.

  27. Do u freeze them

  28. What Popsicle mold did you use ?

  29. Can a diabetic have a whole one of these if they are “Regular size”

  30. Where do I find the nutritional values for the recipes?

  31. Sandra – the nutritional counts would vary according to what kind of yogurt you use, but since it’s just the yogurt and fruit it would be easy to calculate! I hope you enjoy them- kyra

  32. Awesome idea! Just finished it up right now & currently have them in the freezer as I type this! I’m just curious to know how long should I leave them in there? I hope they’re completely frozen by dinner time for a healthy cute dessert.

  33. Hi, I thought you should know this recipe and one of your photos were ripped off and posted by the admin of this Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/waggawaistaway/permalink/287914428086569/

  34. Thanks Eric


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