Summer Berry Breakfast Pops

Get excitement for the patriotic holiday started early with a festive breakfast! With everyone in their American colors, keeping spirits high, there’s no reason your breakfast shouldn’t join in the fun.

Like many other holidays, delicious, home cooked comfort food brings everyone together. While the main event of the day will undoubtedly be firing up the grill later on, having a special breakfast prepared ahead of time will get the celebrations started without any extra effort in the morning.

Fourth of July Breakfast Popsicles

These popsicles are layered with fruity purees mixed with a little bit of milk. Feel free to use any milk that suits your family’s diet. We added fresh blueberries and a heaping tablespoon of Seednola to every pop for some freshness and crunch.

Ingredients

  • 5-6 Large Strawberries, Stems Removed
  • 1 Banana
  • 1 Cup Milk of Choice, Divided
  • ¼ Cup Blueberries
  • ¼ - ½ Cup Triple Berry Seednola

Equipment

  • Popsicle molds (or ice cube trays or small plastic cups with popsicle sticks)

Directions

In a small food processor, blend strawberries and ¼ of milk until smooth. Transfer to a bowl or mason jar.

Rinse out the food processor and blend the banana and the rest of the milk until smooth.

In a popsicle mold, spoon 2-3 Tbsp of the banana mixture into the bottom, depending on how large your molds are. Add 3-4 blueberries to each mold. Freeze for 1 hour. 

Next, add a layer of strawberry puree and freeze for another hour.

When the tops of the strawberry layers are frozen, distribute the rest of the banana mixture into the popsicle molds and top with a big spoonful of Seednola. Add popsicle sticks and press them into the frozen strawberry layer for stability. Freeze until solid.

When ready to serve, remove popsicles from freezer and place the bottoms in a warm water bath for 30 seconds or until the pops slide out of the molds easily, being very careful not to get water inside molds. Enjoy!

 


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