This easy peasy, one-step recipe for milk and cereal popsicles is easy for you to create and enjoy! Bonus points: the ingredients costs under $15. It might not be the most fall-like treat you can imagine consuming right now, but hear me out.
I am always getting asked, what my favorite thing is to make. And if you bake as often as I do, you know that this is a really, really, really hard question to answer. Yet this summer looking back on my posts, I discovered I apparently love to make popsicles. Champagne, coconut water, lemonade, strawberry shortcake, rainbow, and candy popsicles — I've done them all. Seriously, the list goes on and on. I am not quite sure what I will do come two weeks from now when the weather will, sadly, start turning on us far too early. This summertime treat is one I love snacking on. Who knows what I’ll turn to next: mug cakes, hot chocolate recipes, anything that’ll warm this I'm-freezing-just-thinking-about-it girl in Chicago!
In the meantime, I’m cramming in as many popsicle recipes as I can. They are super easy to make, which is always a plus, and hey, they don’t look too shabby in a picture either!
- 8 oz. vanilla Greek yogurt
- Three-fourths cup milk (alternative: strawberry milk for a pretty pink color!)
- Fruity Pebbles
- Popsicle mold
- Popsicle sticks
- Mixing bowl
- In a mixing bowl, combine yogurt, cereal, and milk, and whisk together until smooth. Pour into the mold, and freeze for 24 to 48 hours. Remove, and enjoy!
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