No time for breakfast? Grab one of my banana berry smoothie popsicles on your way out the door.
Are these Fruit Smoothie Popsicles healthy?
Yes! They feature healthy yogurt and whole fruits. They are perfect for on-the-go breakfasts!
Mornings start early this summer with 5:30 am wake up calls for my high school swimmer.
Getting a hearty breakfast in before 2 1/2 hours of swim practice can be challenging at that time of day so early in the morning.
I found an easy solution in these banana blueberry smoothie popsicles that are filled with fresh blueberries, strawberries, bananas and Greek yogurt.
Fruit popsicles and a granola bar wake the senses and fuel the body without the heaviness of a big meal. That comes after a swim workout.
Most stores carry popsicle molds and that come with a popsicle stick for each space.
I picked up an 8 pop mold in the classic shape from Amazon. I also have a 4-pop mold. Check out what you’ll need below the blog post.
Once frozen, just run the outsides of the mold under hot water and the homemade popsicles slide right out.
If you love these smoothie popsicles, you’ll love these other delicious popsicles
We enjoy our favorite smoothies on a hot summer day and any of my healthy recipes would work well in popsicle form.
Fresh picked peaches this summer are so sweet and are delicious frozen.
I’ve even been known to add granola for extra crunch to my popsicles.
Frozen treats in the summer months are a regular thing for my kids.
So I try to keep things light and healthy. No kid can say no to healthy popsicles.
And the best part is that they feature no added sugar and the ripe fruit provides enough sweetness to make the perfect summer treat.
My cotton candy ice cream of course is the exception. Who can say no to blue and pink spun sugar for a special frozen treat on a hot day!
To whip up a batch of smoothie pops, simply blend fresh fruit including berries and slices of ripe banana with your favorite flavors of Greek yogurt.
Add a splash of milk to thin the consistency so the popsicle mixture pours into the molds easily.
Add your sticks and freeze for at least four hours. Run your smoothie pops under warm water to remove from the molds.
I throw each popsicle into a zipped plastic bag so it’s easy to grab and go.
More great options for healthy snacks
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Easy Banana Strawberry Smoothie Popsicles
- 1 5-ounce container Greek vanilla yogurt
- 1/2 banana
- 1/3 cup fresh blueberries
- 3 strawberries, sliced
- Splash of milk
- Using an immersion blender or blender, mix together the yogurt, banana and berries and slowly add in enough milk until the mixture is a thin and creamy texture.
- Pour the mixture into a popsicle mold and freeze for 5 hours or until set.
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