Want something to cool you down? These Vegan Yogurt Parfait Breakfast Popsicles are perfect for a breakfast on the go, or a quick and easy summer treat to cool you down! Great for kids!
When was the last time that you enjoyed a refreshing, cooling and delicious popsicle? Really, think back. For some reason, we had popsicles all the time as kids and not so often as adults. These Vegan Yogurt Parfait Breakfast popsicles took me right back to my nostalgic childhood in a whole new way. These are like your childhood fudge popsicles reinvented with a delicious nourishing twist.
P.S. they’ll also cool you down in this insane heat. Can I get a yes for that?!
Friends, this summer heat though! Is it hot where you are too? We are going to London in a few days time where it’s a lot cooler right now and I am so looking forward to that. Until then, I knew I would need something that would help me combat this heat in a super easy and tasty way. The day I made these Vegan Yogurt Parfait Breakfast Popsicles was particularly hot and one bite cooled me right down! These breakfast popsicles are such a neat, kid-friendly and tasty way to have a yummy, cooling breakfast to start your day off perfect.
Or a perfect treat by the pool. Why not both?!
I made these breakfast popsicles using Silk’s Almondmilk Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative. If you haven’t tried it, it not only tastes like yogurt but is SO good consistency wise and tastes amazing. Also, I love that it has 5-6 grams of protein, so you can enjoy it protein wise too.
I got mine at Kroger Supermarket in the milk & milk alternatives section, where the shelves were stocked endlessly with Silk Almondmilk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative options! It was super easy to find, and I love how many options I had.
If you’re still undergoing summer heat, these combat the heat like crazy and so easily. I made these with the yogurt, summer fruits, and granola. That’s it. They have a divine fudge like consistency, and are also a great treat for kids during the holidays.
Can we also talk about that gorgeous colour, though?! I love how the fruits just complement the pop from the yogurt so beautifully, so they also make a beautiful presentation.
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