These Frozen Yogurt Pops Make Breakfast Fun & Easy

These Frozen Yogurt Pops Make Breakfast Fun & Easy

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Lauren Kodiak
May 19, 2017
(Image credit: Half Baked Harvest)

Yogurt with fruit and granola is a pretty common breakfast dish, but sometimes all it takes is one clever tweak to transform the everyday combination into something whimsical and fun. In this case, I'm talking about making ice pops!

If you're looking to stock your freezer for the warmer months ahead with a cooling breakfast or snack to grab on the go, this is the perfect recipe for you. To keep things interesting, the author offers up five different fruit combinations to yield different colors and flavors. Make them all at once or rotate through the different flavors once you start to get bored of your current one!

This recipe also has an ingenious mini recipe embedded within it for Cheerios granola. Yes, Cheerios, rolled oats, peanuts, honey, oil or butter, and vanilla make for an irresistibly crunchy addition to your frozen yogurt pops.

If you have kids, this is a great cooking project to do together — you can blend the smoothies and make the granola, and they can help pour the ingredients into Dixie cups and insert the wooden sticks. Plus, they'll be so excited to eat "dessert" for breakfast that they won't even know it's secretly on the healthier side. Win-win!

Get the Recipe: Rainbow Frozen Yogurt Pops from Half Baked Harvest

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