Breakfast Popsicles

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Enjoy a quick frozen breakfast on the go with these breakfast popsicles made with yogurt, fruits, and chia seeds.

overhead shot of several Breakfast Popsicles

Popsicles for breakfast? My inner child is jumping for joy! Can this be true? Made with breakfast standards (yogurt, assorted fruits, chia seeds, and honey), it’s healthy morning food posing as a sweet treat. Paired with a handful of crunchy granola, you’ve got yourself an easy breakfast on the go.

Imagine how easy it would be to convince your kids to get out of bed. Instead of their usual bowl of cereal, imagine their eyes widening as you hand them a breakfast popsicle. You’ll definitely be the coolest parent in town. Kids of all ages would enjoy this treat. These breakfast popsicles would be a hit at weekend brunches. I’m sure they’d be a welcome addition at baby showers or bridal showers, too!

hand pulling out a breakfast popsicle from the popsicle molds

What ingredients are in Breakfast Popsicles?

I use full-fat plain Greek yogurt for these breakfast popsicles and sweeten them with honey. You could substitute your favorite flavored yogurt and use a variety of other sweeteners like maple syrup or agave nectar. Note that if you try to use low fat or nonfat yogurt, the popsicles will have more of an icy texture than a creamy texture.

The addition of chia seeds boosts the nutrients while also adding texture. These breakfast popsicles feature blueberries, strawberries, and kiwi. During the summer months, peaches and other stone fruits would be a great addition. Soft fruits like grapes, banana, and mango are perfect alternatives.

Breakfast Popsicles displayed on a plate of ice

Regardless of the season, these breakfast popsicles would be a terrific way to start the morning! Best of all, they’re great any time of day. And kids love them too!

If you happen to be following the Weight Watchers program, the points for these popsicles are included at the top of this post. If you substitute low fat or non fat Greek yogurt, you can knock one point off the total (just know that it will change the texture of the popsicle).

overhead shot of several Breakfast Popsicles

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Breakfast Popsicles

Another way to eat your breakfast!
3 3 3
Prep Time 5 minutes
Freeze Time: 4 hours
Servings 10 popsicles
Calories 69kcal
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Keyword breakfast popsicles

Ingredients

  • cups full fat plain Greek yogurt (see tips below)
  • 1/2 cup nonfat milk (or use a milk alternative)
  • 3 tablespoons honey (can sub maple syrup)
  • 2 tablespoons chia seeds
  • 1/4 cup fresh blueberries
  • 2 medium kiwi, peeled and sliced
  • 3/4 cup fresh strawberries, sliced

Instructions

  • In a small bowl, combine yogurt, milk, honey, and chia seeds.
  • Arrange sliced blueberries, kiwi, and strawberries in popsicle molds.
  • Gently spoon the yogurt mixture into popsicle molds. Insert wooden sicks into molds. Freeze for at least 4 hours or until the popsicles are solid. Popsicles will keep in the freezer for up to two weeks.

Notes

  • I use full-fat yogurt. Use of non-fat or low-fat yogurt will result in an icier texture.

Nutrition

Serving: 1serving | Calories: 69kcal | Carbohydrates: 12g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 2mg | Sodium: 17mg | Potassium: 144mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 9g | Vitamin A: 41IU | Vitamin C: 24mg | Calcium: 71mg | Iron: 1mg | Blue WW Smartpoints: 3 | Green WW Smartpoints: 3 | Purple WW Smartpoints: 3
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  • Maryanne Cabrera wrote:

    The moisture from the cut fruits allows it to stick to the sides of the popsicles molds. If that doesn’t work, I use a chopstick to hold the fruits in place while I gently pour in the liquid mixture.

  • Sadie Millner wrote:

    Looks delicious! But how do you keep the fruit from piling up in the bottom of the mold?

  • Monique Parsons wrote:

    My daughter has a hard time eating heavy food early in the morning, so this is PERFECT for her. Definitely making some today! Thanks for such an awesome idea.