Crispy Frozen Yogurt Banana Pops
November 19, 2019 By Meghan Cooper
Want to be the hero of snack time? Your kids are going to flip for this healthy snack idea. These Crispy Frozen Yogurt Banana Pops are dipped in PEBBLES™ to a crunchy burst of flavor. Frozen bananas on a stick can be a healthy snack time treat or a special surprise breakfast. They are also super easy to make, and the kids will have fun with this recipe. We are always looking for recipes to make together. My girls love helping in the kitchen. They also enjoy brainstorming new ideas for foods to try out. Kids are more likely to try new foods if they helped to create the recipes.PEBBLES™ cereal is gluten-free (and always has been) and is full of flavor and has a crispy puffed rice crunch. It was the perfect choice to cover our frozen bananas. I’ve already eaten a couple of these and have zero regrets. Not to mention, the Fruity PEBBLES™ cereal is so colorful! Some of my favorite recipes use Fruity PEBBLES™ because of how colorful it is.Bananas take about 2 hours to freeze, and we are freezing these twice, so work in some time to wait on them and come back to dress the bananas up later. He's what you'll need to make this awesome snack.
Vanilla Greek Yogurt Optional 32 oz tub
4 Popsicle Sticks
Prepare a baking sheet with wax or parchment paper.
Cut bananas in half and place a popsicle stick into the bottom
Place the banana pops on your prepared baking sheet and cover with plastic wrap to keep the freshness.
Freeze the bananas, about 2 hours.
Dip the frozen bananas in vanilla Greek yogurt. The best way to do this is to buy a 32 oz tub to dip the bananas into.
Cover the yogurt dipped banana with PEBBLES™ cereal.
Place back on the baking sheet to freeze.
Notes Enjoy within two days. If you want the frozen bananas to last longer, skip adding the PEBBLES™ to the yogurt. Allow the yogurt to freeze on the bananas, and when you are ready to enjoy them, spritz a little water on the frozen banana and dip into the PEBBLES™. You'll have a crunchier outside topping. The only downside is that you may not have as much cereal to stick to the yogurt.