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Popsicles for Breakfast: Turn a Treat into a Superfood Packed Meal

posted: 06/28/17
by: Amanda Mushro

Waiting to have dessert until after you've eaten your dinner is a good rule, but when you are making breakfast popsicles that are packed full of superfoods and delicious fruit, then there's no reason to wait until after dinner. So go ahead and enjoy a healthy, homemade breakfast popsicle and get inspired by a few of these recipes.

If you are fan of green smoothies, try a green smoothie breakfast popsicle that is packed with kale, sweetened with a few bananas and full of green tea. Not only will you feel great about your breakfast choice, but it will taste great too.

Kale Yogurt Popsicles
Floating Kitchen

Chia seeds might be small in size, but they are packed full of important nutrients, are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, and are rich in antioxidants. So pair these powerful seeds with sweet and tangy kiwi for kiwi coconut chia popsicles for breakfast tomorrow.

Kiwi Chia Popsicles
The Little Epicurean

Acai bowls are biggest healthy breakfast trend right now. So take that trend and turn all the best ingredients into a breakfast popsicle like these acai granola popsicles.

Acai Pops
Lauren Caris Cooks

If you want an easy breakfast that is low in calories, full of flavor, and packed with superfoods, try avocado coconut popsicles. You'll get a healthy dose of heathy fats, vitamins, and minerals in each popsicle.

Acovado Pops
Skinny Taste

To make your breakfast popsicle into a tropical treat that is packed with superfoods, make up a batch of these coconut, mango, and chia pops. These popsicles are naturally sweetened so you won't need to add extra sugar.

Mango Chia Pops
Down Shiftology

Greek yogurt is packed with calcium, potassium, zinc, and vitamins B6 and B12. So when you pair Greek yogurt with blueberries and granola for a sweet and delicious breakfast popsicle, you have a healthy and yummy start to your day.

Raspberry Yogurt Pops
Broma Bakery