The Easiest Breakfast Popsicle

Photo by Adrianna

Photo by Adrianna

Once upon a time, we showed you a recipe for a fun breakfast popsicle made with Greek yogurt.  That seemed simple enough, didn’t it?  Well Adrianna, LivingFirst contributor, managed to make it even easier.  Rather than mix up yogurt, honey, and berries, Adrianna opted for the simplest option available.

What you’ll need:

  • Chobani Flip Yogurt in Key Lime
    Any brand/flavor combo will do.  I chose this one because it comes with a corner filled with yogurt chips and graham cracker crumbles.
  • Popsicle molds
    I got these JellyBelly brand ones in the Target “seasonal” aisle.  They were with snow cone fixings and pool toys.

That’s it!

I took the add-ins, mixed it with the yogurt, then poured it into the molds.  One individual package of yogurt was enough to fill two molds.

I froze them overnight and they were perfect.  I did find that holding the mold under some warm water helped to ease the popsicle out.


By Adrianna, LivingFirst contributor 

Breakfast Popsicles

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Summer is on the way and the temperature is about to start climbing.  Most breakfast favorites run on the hot side, so we found a recipe to help cool things off for breakfast.  These fruit, honey, and yogurt popcicles are healthy and fun for kids and grown-ups alike.

 You will need:

Popsicle molds

Popsicle sticks

2 cups 0% Greek Yogurt

1/2 cup raw honey

1 cup mixed berries, washed (blueberries, strawberries, blackberries)

*fruit can be substituted with whatever fruit you’d like as long as they’re washed and dried so the juices don’t make the yogurt runny


Blend yogurt and honey together in a large bowl

Fold in berries

Put mixture into popsicle molds and freeze for at least three hours (overnight is ideal)

*Another variation of this recipe would be to add granola to the mixture