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Banana Yogurt Pops

Banana Yogurt Pops

Yogurt is a staple in our house. We literally eat a TON of the stuff,  I’m talking daily, and Jake is probably the biggest yogurt eater of the bunch. Some nights he even asks for yogurt with “crunchies,” aka granola, instead of a real dinner. So, since my family is so yogurt obsessed, I’ve been looking for more ways I can incorporate it into our meals and snacks. For instance, I knew you could freeze yogurt into pops and after reading a few recipe variations, I came up with a fun take on banana yogurt pops using ingredients I already had on hand. I love shopping my pantry to see what new “recipes” I can come up with. It’s the best way to not waste food!

Now, these banana yogurt pops can easily serve double duty, meaning they can be given to your loved ones as more than a treat. The ingredients are actually all healthy breakfast staples, so why not surprise the family with frozen banana yogurt pops for an original take on breakfast? The taste those is rich and sweet, so they also work for dessert or a mid-afternoon snack on a nice warm day. And those nice warm days are coming my friends! Spring and summer weather beg for a refreshing ice pop, don’t you think? And these banana yogurt ice pops are the bee’s knees if I don’t say so myself. Haha!

Read below for more on how to make these tasty banana yogurt pops!

Banana Yogurt Pops

Banana Yogurt Pops
(Makes 3 large pops)

Ingredients
6 oz Greek banana yogurt (3 yogurt tubes)
1/2 Banana sliced thin.
1/3 Cup granola
Milk
Honey

Banana Yogurt Pops

Banana Yogurt Pops

Directions: Mix together Greek yogurt, a healthy splash of milk and a tbsp. of honey. Stir together. It should be able to pour into the popsicle molds. Pour into about 1/3 of the mold. Add a few banana slices and a layer of granola. Place the sticks in and finish pouring the yogurt mixture to the top of mold. Freeze for several hours. Remove from freezer about 15 minutes before eating or run under warm water to release from mold. Enjoy!

Yield: 3

Banana Yogurt Pops Recipe

Banana Yogurt Pops Recipe
These healthy banana ice pops are perfect to serve as a refreshing treat or even for a fun breakfast!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 6 oz Greek banana yogurt (3 yogurt tubes)
  • 1/2 Banana sliced thin.
  • 1/3 Cup granola
  • Milk
  • Honey

Instructions

  1. Mix together Greek yogurt, a healthy splash of milk and a tbsp. of honey. Stir together. It should be able to pour into the popsicle molds.
  2. Pour into about 1/3 of the mold.
  3. Add a few banana slices and a layer of granola.
  4. Place the sticks in and finish pouring the yogurt mixture to the top of mold.
  5. Freeze for several hours.
  6. Remove from freezer about 15 minutes before eating or run under warm water to release from mold. Enjoy!

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

3

Serving Size:

1 ice pop

Amount Per Serving:Calories: 273 Total Fat: 7g Saturated Fat: 3g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 4g Cholesterol: 13mg Sodium: 126mg Carbohydrates: 44g Fiber: 3g Sugar: 26g Protein: 12g
As you can see, these easy to make ice pops were a huge hit around my house and I’m sure they would be at yours too! And, bonus, there are so many ways you can take these banana yogurt pops and change them up. They would be great with some chocolate chunks or, as Jake requested, in a cherry flavor. Feel free to get creative! I mean we’re moms. We’re used to thinking on our feet when it comes to keeping up with our kids palettes. Bwah!

And if you love popsicles, check out these homemade pineapple pops. They are the perfect cool sweet treat all spring and summer long! Yum! Our friend Sara also has some super cute striped ice pops that are worth a try as well. I could go on and on with the pops…

banana yogurt popsicles on a plate

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