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Frozen Yogurt Parfait Popsicles {GF, Top 8 Free Optional}

Though summer months scream for ice-cold goodies, I’m a fan of frozen recipes all year!

What if I told you I have a low carb, gluten free, top 8 free {optional} new recipe that could transform your breakfast with 3 simple ingredients and 6 steps?

Introducing Frozen Yogurt Parfait Popsicles!

Frozen Yogurt Parfait Popsicles

Stop by your local Target, Dollar Store, Walmart, etc. and grab some inexpensive popsicle molds, then head on over to your local grocery store for one container of your favorite berries, a bag of your go-to granola, and 2 personal icups of your typical yogurt.

These healthy day-starters were made with So Delicious vanilla coconut yogurt, which not only makes this a beautiful top 8 free recipe but also does not have an overwhelming coconut taste {which can be a palate turn-off for some, including me!}

And though I made these for breakfast, you can change out the granola for something like Enjoy Life Foods Mini Chips to make these bad boys for a grabbable evening treat!

Check out the recipe below and give them a try!

Take it easy, but take it.

Brianna

 

Frozen Yogurt Breakfast Parfait Popsicles
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Frozen Yogurt Parfait Popsicles

A frozen tasty treat to start your day that is low carb, gluten free, and top 8 free optional!

Course Breakfast
Servings 1 tray

Ingredients

  • 1 tray popsicle molds
  • 1 package berries {any kind, but I used strawberries!}
  • 2 containers yogurt {any flavor, but I used vanilla!}
  • 1 cup granola {choose your favorite!}

Instructions

  1. Wash berries and slice into thin pieces {blue/black/raspberries in half, strawberries in thirds}

  2. Fill popsicle molds halfway with yogurt.

  3. Add 3-4 pieces of fruit, aligning to outside edge of mold.

  4. Fill until mold is 3/4 full with yogurt.

  5. Add granola on top until mold is full and push granola slightly into yogurt.

  6. Add cap/stick to the molds and freeze for 6 hours or overnight.

Recipe Notes

Take out popsicles about 10 minutes ahead of serving so you can pop them out easily!

*This post is an entry to the So Delicious + Go Dairy Free Frozen Fridays Recipe Contest*