Easter Breakfast Popsicles

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Serves 10-12
Prep 10 min + 4 hours freezing
Cook Nil
This healthy Easter-themed treat is a great way to start the day for both kids and adults.

Description

This healthy Easter-themed treat is a great way to start the day for both kids and adults.
  • 600g natural Greek yoghurt
  • 2 passionfruit
  • 1/4 cup frozen raspberries, thawed
  • 1 Weet-Bix™, crumbled
  • 1/2 cup diced fresh fruit

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  1. Divide yoghurt into two small bowls. Mix passionfruit pulp into one, and thawed raspberries into another.
  2. If using silicone Easter egg molds, place on a tray for easy transport. Spoon a small amount of both kinds of yoghurt into the bases of the molds. Top with fruit and Weet-Bix crumbles, then fill with remaining yoghurt. Tap tray on bench to settle ingredients.
  3. Gently insert popsicle sticks, covering with a bit more yoghurt to secure sticks if necessary, sprinkle over remaining Weet-Bix, and freeze 4 hours or until firm.  

Tips

  • We used a combination of blueberries and kiwi as our fresh fruit.
  • Mix and match your favorite yoghurt for fun and colourful combinations. If using flavored yoghurt, leave out the passionfruit and raspberries.
  • Use standard popsicle molds, or small paper cups, in place of silicone Easter egg molds.

Tips

  • We used a combination of blueberries and kiwi as our fresh fruit.
  • Mix and match your favorite yoghurt for fun and colourful combinations. If using flavored yoghurt, leave out the passionfruit and raspberries.
  • Use standard popsicle molds, or small paper cups, in place of silicone Easter egg molds.

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