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Recipe: Banana Yoghurt And Granola Popsicles

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Preparation Time5 MINUTES

Cooking Time0 MINUTES

Resting Time4-5 hours MINUTES

Serves10

LevelEasy


ingredients

100g granola

500g greek yoghurt

2 small ripe bananas

4 tbsp honey

1.

Evenly distribute the granola between the moulds.

2.

In a food processor, puree together the yoghurt, bananas and honey until smooth.

3.

Pour the banana yoghurt mixture into the moulds and insert popsicle sticks. Freeze for 4 hours or until set.

4.

To remove, dip the moulds briefly in hot water to loosen, then gently take out.

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No question, there are always those mornings that are hard to get out of bed. But one thing I find for certain, if I’m promised a popsicle for breakfast, mornings will be much less of a struggle, I may even jump out of bed!

A breakfast style popsicle is not only perfectly suited to warm mornings but also a speedy dash out the door. Similarly, an afternoon tea snack, or even post-dinner cool down. Or, if you’re looking to change it up a little, there’s my other three popsicle recipes to help out!

Make these the night before and enjoy your little, frozen stash of popsicles wherever, whenever.

Banana Yoghurt And Granola Popsicle Recipe: 

Preparation Time5 MINUTES

Cooking Time0 MINUTES

Resting Time4-5 hours MINUTES

Serves10

LevelEasy


ingredients

100g granola

500g greek yoghurt

2 small ripe bananas

4 tbsp honey

1.

Evenly distribute the granola between the moulds.

2.

In a food processor, puree together the yoghurt, bananas and honey until smooth.

3.

Pour the banana yoghurt mixture into the moulds and insert popsicle sticks. Freeze for 4 hours or until set.

4.

To remove, dip the moulds briefly in hot water to loosen, then gently take out.

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No question, there are always those mornings that are hard to get out of bed. But one thing I find for certain, if I’m promised a popsicle for breakfast, mornings will be much less of a struggle, I may even jump out of bed!

A breakfast style popsicle is not only perfectly suited to warm mornings but also a speedy dash out the door. Similarly, an afternoon tea snack, or even post-dinner cool down. Or, if you’re looking to change it up a little, there’s my other three popsicle recipes to help out!

Make these the night before and enjoy your little, frozen stash of popsicles wherever, whenever.

Banana Yoghurt And Granola Popsicle Recipe: 

1.

Evenly distribute the granola between the moulds.

2.

In a food processor, puree together the yoghurt, bananas and honey until smooth.

3.

Pour the banana yoghurt mixture into the moulds and insert popsicle sticks. Freeze for 4 hours or until set.

4.

To remove, dip the moulds briefly in hot water to loosen, then gently take out.

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