Breakfast

Breakfast on Ice

Say hello to our latest obsession: frozen breakfast pops! Prep them days or even weeks ahead using real-food ingredients like yogurt, fruit and granola then freeze into molds. In the morning, just grab a pop or two — no dishes, no cleanup and no time wasted out of your busy morning.

Strawberry Chia Pops with Chocolate Drizzle & Pistachios

Strawberry Chia Pops with Chocolate Drizzle & Pistachios recipe
Photo by Anguel Dimov (of Evergreen Kitchen)

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PB, Banana & Chocolate Pops

PB, Banana & Chocolate Pops recipe
Photo by Anguel Dimov (of Evergreen Kitchen)

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Yogurt Parfait Pops with Granola & Berries

Yogurt Parfait Pops with Granola & Berries recipe
Photo by Anguel Dimov (of Evergreen Kitchen)

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Breakfast with Benefits

These gorgeous frozen pops may look and taste like a treat, but they also make a satisfying breakfast thanks to a boost of protein from the peanuts. Studies have shown a correlation between regular consumption of peanuts and lowered risk of developing type 2 diabetes while other research found that eating peanuts lowered triglyceride levels, a risk factor for heart disease.