The last thing we look forward to is filling our bellies with a hot, heavy breakfast on a day that’s so hot you can fry an egg on the sidewalk. That’s where breakfast popsicles come in.
Healthy and delicious, they’re worth getting out of bed for. They’ll cool you down and make you feel like you’re starting each day with a treat.
Plus, during busy WFH weeks, they make quick, easy, refreshing and energizing snacks that take no time to whip up in big batches.
Filled with fruit and veggies, the whole family will love cooling down with any one of these breakfast popsicle recipes. Even better, they make sneaking in essential nutrients easier than ever before.
Chill out and enjoy!
1) Chia Coconut Pudding Popsicles
From the blogger: “Want to delight your kids? Serve them a super healthy popsicle for breakfast as the school year starts to wind down and the temperature cranks up. Chia seeds give these pops some fun texture, and a little healthy boost — not that they need it — there’s nothing else in them but fresh bananas and coconut milk so they are already plenty healthy. And creamy, and refreshing, too.”
Click or tap here for the recipe | Follow @theviewfromgreatisland on Instagram
2) Mocha Iced Coffee Popsicles
From the blogger: “Strongly brewed coffee, unsweetened almond milk, and cocoa powder combine for a cool, creamy, mocha ice coffee base. Honey is used to sweeten and the freezer does the rest.”
Click or tap here for the recipe | Follow on @saltedplains on Instagram
3) Yogurt Breakfast Parfait Popsicles
From the blog: “Eating popsicles for breakfast is the dream — these frozen treats made with yogurt are healthy and delicious too.”
Click or tap here for the recipe | Follow @tastemade on Instagram
4) Acai Bowl Breakfast Pops
From the blogger: “Homemade acai bowl ice pops with chia, granola, and berries are a delicious and nourishing breakfast or snack. These ice pops will cool you down and keep you going on warm summer days.”
Click or tap here for the recipe | Follow @yummymummykitchen on Instagram
5) Green Smoothie Breakfast Popsicles
From the blogger: “Loaded with kale, grapes, bananas, green tea and Greek yogurt, these beauties are basically a smoothie served on a stick. They are a great way to start your morning. And who doesn’t love getting to eat a popsicle for breakfast? It feels kind of naughty, but really it’s not.”
Click or tap here for the recipe | Follow @floatingkitchen on Instagram
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Last modified: May 14, 2021