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Cooking with Charger: Breakfast Pops

Charger here, and I have a new recipe to share with you. My favorite meal of the day is breakfast, so I’m excited to show you how to make it into a snack.

 

That’s right: Breakfast Pops!

 

They’ve got all the right ingredients; they’re healthy, and they’re just plain fun to eat.

 

I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to get this paw-ty started!

 

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Ingredients:

(yields approximately 6 popsicles)

— 1-2 bananas

— 1 cup Greek yogurt

1/2 cup dry cereal (your choice!)

1/2 cup milk (Tip: Try a flavor! Strawberry, chocolate, etc.)

 

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Items:

— Mixer

— Popsicle molds

 

Directions:

  1. Mix bananas in the mixer on medium for about one minute until smooth.

  2. Slowly add the yogurt and milk and continue to blend.

  3. Add cereal. To avoid crushing it, stir the mixture by hand.

  4. Pour into popsicle molds.

  5. Freeze for 8 hours until solid.

 

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Test out different combinations of cereals and flavored milk to see which your family loves best.

 

Some pawesome things to keep in mind about this recipe? Greek yogurt has double the protein of regular yogurts. And if you try a flavored milk, children are drawn to the color and still get the same nutrients as regular milk.

 

Tell us how your Breakfast Pops turn out in the comments below. I’ll see you next Monday for more Cooking with Charger!

 

h/t: In Katrina’s Kitchen

 

Adult supervision required.

 

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Comments

3 thoughts on “Cooking with Charger: Breakfast Pops”

  1. Tate McGee says:

    This looks Soo Good! Can’t wait to try with the kiddos!

  2. Carley says:

    Greetings! This is my 1st comment here so I just wanted to give a quick shout out and say I genuinely enjoy reading your blog posts. Can you recommend any other blogs/websites/forums that deal with the same topics? Thanks for your time!

    1. r3scu3Dawgz says:

      Thanks for the comment! For anything related to rescue animals, try checking out The Dodo or Barkpost. For posts related to Summer Family Fun activities, check out the websites of featured bloggers from our “spotlight on” posts.

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