How thrilled would your kids be if they could eat popsicles for breakfast? Mine acted like they’d won the lottery when I handed them their breakfast treats, and I didn’t mind a bit because see, these two-ingredients breakfast popsicles continue just two ingredients – yogurt, and granola.
I’ll be honest, the hot southern summer days, I’d freeze all our meals if I could!
We’ve been making green smoothie popsicles for a long time, because it’s a frozen treat I can feel really good about letting my kids wolf down, but then a few weeks ago, when we made our first batch of berry parfait popsicles, one of the kids said “it’s like breakfast, but frozen”, that really got the gears turning.
I thought, why can’t we freeze breakfast?
So I made a fresh batch of granola cereal, grabbed some vanilla yogurt, and voila!
Easiest. Breakfast. Ever.
I don’t recommend getting any ideas about “breakfast on the go” with these things though. They’re tasty – not mess-free. In fact, my favorite thing to do is hand the kids a popsicle and send them outside.
Otherwise, they’re pretty much limited to sitting at the kitchen table so their popsicles don’t melt all over the floor. 😛
(although to be fair, it’s usually only my youngest that has this problem)
I like to use pretty unfancy granola for this recipe because I’m not a huge fan of chewing on frozen dried fruit and nuts (with the exception of toasted pecans – those are tasty!).
So here we go – a recipe so simple, you can barely call it a recipe!
Two-Ingredient Breakfast Popsicles
- 1 cup vanilla yogurt
- 3/4–1 cup granola cereal
- Mix yogurt and granola together
- divide between popsicle molds
- freeze for several hours
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