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Hello September, we’ve got ice pops for breakfast!

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Well Hello September! Is it just me or did this month sneak up on us? 
Now I know in other parts of the country it’s starting to cool down outside, and people are pulling out their fall and winter wardrobes, but alas here in florida it’s still shorts and tank tops for us. Being that it’s so warm ice pops tend to be a common treat around here, so when my 3 year old asked for ice pops for breakfast, I said SURE! Except we were going to be eating something with so little nutrition for our first meal of the day, so I came up with the tropical smoothie pop.

Chopped fruit and yogurt make this a delicious and healthy alternative that you won’t mind serving for breakfast!

 

2 1/2 cup Stonyfield French Vanilla Yogurt-Whole Milk
1/4 cup Emerald Simply Natural Walnuts & Almonds
1 cup Fresh Raw Frozen Cherries
1 cup Fresh Cut Raw Frozen Pineapple
1 Dole Frozen Mandarin Oranges

roughly chop fruit and nuts and mix with yogurt
spoon into ice pop molds, freeze, and enjoy!

*You can also use fresh fruit instead of frozen.
**Please note: nutritional facts are based off the recipe and brands that we used. If you use your own nutritional facts may not be accurate.




0 thoughts on “Hello September, we’ve got ice pops for breakfast!”

  • I was a major fan of sheep’s yoghurt for many years, until I became hooked on coconut kefir. I couldn’t return to dairy yoghurt. It seemed so strong! These days, I mix my breakfast bowls with kefir instead. And it can also be used to create lollies. A win win!

    It’s SO easy to make healthy lollies, I don’t understand why anyone would want to buy one full of sugar.

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