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Homemade Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

This frozen yogurt popsicle recipe is simple and will be a huge hit in your household. Give them a try today!

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Not only are these frozen yogurt popsicles super simple to make, but you’ll crave more after just one bite.

Easier enough for your kiddos to help, this will soon be a family favorite for sure!

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FROZEN YOGURT POPSICLES

At my house, breakfast time always seems to set the tone for our entire day. On the days where my children are fed a wholesome and delicious breakfast, I notice that everyone is happier.

However, trying to get everyone out the door on time, I need to make sure that my breakfast options are quick and simple. That’s why I’ve come up with these easy frozen yogurt popsicles! They’re super easy, delicious, nutritious, and fun.

But let’s be honest, these Frozen Yogurt-Covered Breakfast Kabobs are so tasty, you’ll want to eat them all throughout your day.

HOW TO FROZEN YOGURT POPSICLE:

Ingredients: 

  • 1 Cup strawberries
  • 1 Banana
  • 1 Cup blueberries
  • 3  Cranberry Almond Snack Bars
  • 1 Large container vanilla Greek yogurt
  • 4 Skewers
  • Wax Paper

Instructions to make frozen yogurt popsicles:

1. Before starting, soak skewers in water. This will make it so the fruit slides smoothly onto the skewers.

2. Cut up all of your fruit horizontally into bite-sized pieces.

fruit

3. Slice your  Cranberry Almond Snack Bars into small squares.

4. String your fruit and Snack Bar squares onto your skewers in alternating patterns. Be sure to save 1 snack bar to crumble on top.

fruit kabob

5. Place skewers on a baking sheet covered with wax paper.

kabobs

6. After all of your skewers are in place, cover your kabobs with Greek yogurt. I just use a spoon and drizzled the yogurt on top.

kabob

7. Use your leftover Cranberry Almond Snack Bar and crumble it into pieces. Sprinkle on top of the breakfast kabobs.

snack

8. Place in the freezer until frozen. I like to make these at night, put them in the freezer, and they are ready to go by morning.

yum

9. Peel off wax paper, and enjoy your delicious on-the-go breakfast!

kabob

Although my kids seem to hoard their yogurt breakfast kabob, they are perfect for adults and kids alike. Not to mention, they are super easy for my husband to grab and eat on his way to work. Talk about the perfect on-the-go breakfast option.

FAQS ABOUT FROZEN YOGURT POPSICLES:

Q: Can you use flavored yogurt for these frozen yogurt popsicles?
A: Absolutely. While I tend to use vanilla, this recipe would be great with any flavor.

Q: Do you have to use a skewer to freeze?
A: While a skewer tends to be easy, you can freeze any way that you would like.

Q: Will this frozen yogurt recipe work with nuts mixed in as well?
A: It will, but be aware that the frozen nuts may be extremely hard to bite or chew!

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Homemade Frozen Yogurt Popsicles
 
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Ingredients:
  • 1 Cup strawberries
  • 1 Banana
  • 1 Cup blueberries
  • 3 Cranberry Almond Snack Bars
  • 1 Large container vanilla Greek yogurt
  • 4 Skewers
  • Wax Paper
Directions:
  1. Before starting, soak skewers in water. This will make it so the fruit slides smoothly onto the skewers.
  2. Cut up all of your fruit horizontally into bite-sized pieces.
  3. Slice your Cranberry Almond Snack Bars into small squares.
  4. String your fruit and Snack Bar squares onto your skewers in alternating patterns. Be sure to save 1 snack bar to crumble on top.
  5. Place skewers on a baking sheet covered with wax paper.
  6. After all of your skewers are in place, cover your kabobs with Greek yogurt. I just use a spoon and drizzled the yogurt on top.
  7. Use your leftover Cranberry Almond Snack Bar and crumble it into pieces. Sprinkle on top of the breakfast kabobs.
  8. Place in the freezer until frozen. I like to make these at night, put them in the freezer, and they are ready to go by morning.
  9. Peel off wax paper, and enjoy your delicious on-the-go breakfast!

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Amanda

Saturday 30th of July 2016

Great on the go breakfast idea! Thank you for sharing at Merry Monday!

Stacey

Thursday 28th of July 2016

Sounds delicious and having breakfast on a stick would make kids love it even more.

Thank you so much for sharing at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. We are glad to have your talent here. :)

Betty C

Monday 25th of July 2016

What a great idea. I can see using it throughout the day especially to have something refreshing on a hot summer afternoon.

Laurie Emerson

Monday 25th of July 2016

I love the kabob idea. It would be such a perfect and refreshing breakfast, especially in the summer.

Katherine Riley

Monday 25th of July 2016

I love the fruit kabobs idea!

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