As a runner, I’m all about a breakfast that is delicious and easy. During the school year, I drive The Boy to school and then meet up with my running partner. On my way, I need to fuel my body. What better way to fuel your body than with a simple granola yogurt popsicle?
Spring is here and temps will soon be rising! There is no better way to cool off and feel satisfied with with the boost of nutrition I’m looking for. I chose to use vanilla greek yogurt as the base for my granola yogurt popsicle, but any type of yogurt will work well in this simple breakfast recipe.
While shopping at my local Walmart, I picked up a bag of Quaker® Real Medleys SuperGrains Blueberry Pecan for my granola yogurt popsicles. Real Medleys SuperGrains Granola is a special blend of seven super grains and seeds, fruits & nuts which provide fiber, ALA omega-3 and whole grains. That’s why I couldn’t resist tossing a bag of Quaker® Real Medleys SuperGrains Cinnamon Apple Walnut into the cart, too!
This is a simple breakfast idea, but it does require a bit of advance planning. After cleaning up from dinner one night, I whipped these up. They’re virtually mess-free, so you won’t mind the extra few minutes in the kitchen. Grab your favorite Greek yogurt, the Quaker® Real Medleys SuperGrains of your choice, and popsicle molds.
Spoon yogurt into your popsicle mold, taking care to only fill about 1/3 of the way.
Then add a small amount of Quaker® Real Medleys SuperGrains. Repeat the layering process until your popsicle mold is full.
Slip the popsicle stick into the mold and freeze for at least four hours, preferably overnight. Waiting is the hardest part. Trust me.
Your tastebuds will dance when you slip the granola yogurt popsicles out of the mold for the first time.
The Quaker® Real Medleys SuperGrains gives the breakfast popsicles a fun layer of texture that you don’t normally find in a popsicle. Choose Quaker® Real Medleys SuperGrains for your breakfast popsicles and you’ll have a super start to your day!
Which flavor Quaker® Real Medleys SuperGrains are you most excited to try?