Breakfast Lollies - The Sweet Rebellion
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Breakfast Lollies

These pretty Breakfast Lollies are as pure and innocent as they look. Made with only yoghurt, fruit, honey and granola, these make for a refreshingly guilt-free treat.

We recently had some friends over for brunch. I wanted to make something fun for their little girls to eat. Fun, but still healthy. Needless to say the kids loved them, and were surprised that they were allowed a second helping. No need to save them all for the kids though – they are also a handy on-the-go breakfast on a warm weekday, or a light dessert.

(Makes 8 x 80ml lollies)

450ml double cream yoghurt
20ml honey
20ml milk
5ml vanilla extract
About 250ml fruit*
200ml granola
50ml honey


  • Stir together the yoghurt, 20ml honey, milk and vanilla extract.
  • Divide the yoghurt mixture between your moulds, filling them about 3/4 of the way to the top.
  • Drop your fruit into the yoghurt. Use the back of a spoon to push some pieces down so that the fruit is fairly evenly distributed. My moulds are quite small so I only used 1 piece of each type of fruit per mould.
  • Mix the granola with the 50ml of honey. Use a teaspoon to top up each mould with a layer of the granola.
  • Push an ice-cream stick into each and freeze for at least 6  hours.
  • As the granola layer is a little sticky, it helps to dip the moulds in warm water before removing the lollies from the moulds.

*I used raspberries, blueberries, halved strawberries, halved green grapes, chopped pineapple and chopped nectarines.


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