My kids have been doing lots of cooking this summer. Recently two of them had frozen yogurt tubes at a neighbor’s house. They came home asking to make dairy-free frozen yogurt for their sister. Inspired by Alisa’s Berries and Cream Vegan Pops, I came up with an easy Kids Can Cook frozen yogurt breakfast pops recipe. It’s perfect for a festive Fourth of July breakfast or a cool snack on a hot day.
Frozen Yogurt Breakfast Pops Layered with Dairy-Free Red, White & Blue
By simply alternating red, white, and blue dairy-free yogurt alternatives (or, more accurately, pink, white, and purple!) in popsicle molds, the kids were able to create patriotic popsicles in an afternoon. The only ingredient in these pops is yogurt alternative, making them a great treat for any time of day.
But we do have some Optional Add-In Ideas if you or your kids want to make these into fancier dairy-free frozen yogurt pops.
- Sprinkle a little dairy-free cereal, granola, chopped nuts, or cacao nibs between the layers for heartier pops.
- Add diced frozen strawberries to the red layer and wild blueberries to the blue layer. This will make more pops, and you might also need 2 containers of the plain or vanilla yogurt.
Special Diet Notes: Breakfast Frozen Yogurt Popsicles
By ingredients, this recipe is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, optionally nut-free, peanut-free, optionally soy-free, vegan, and vegetarian. See our Dairy-Free Yogurt Reviews to find yogurt options that fit your dietary needs.
Dairy-Free Frozen Yogurt Breakfast Pops
Author: Sarah Hatfield
Recipe type: Breakfast
- Open the raspberry or strawberry yogurt.
- Divide it evenly among the popsicle molds. We used an iced tea spoon to do this. A piping bag or baggie would work well, too.
- Freeze the first layer for 1 hour.
- Divide the vanilla yogurt among the molds. Freeze for 45 minutes to 1 hour.
- Divide the blueberry yogurt among the molds.
- Insert the handles.
- Freeze for one to 2 hours or until solid.