It’s hot this summer and these gluten-free peach granola yogurt pops are sure to cool you down.
Not only are these gluten-free peach granola yogurt pops delicious, they are also a clean treat.
We decided to come up with these gluten-free peach granola yogurt pops to curb your sweet tooth this summer when all you want is a pint of frozen ice cream. While ice cream is tasty, it’s not what I want to be eating when I’m about ready to sit poolside. The thing is though, I definitely need a cool treat to be able to relax in the sun while the kids have fun.
I really love these gluten-free peach granola yogurt pops because they are just an empty calorie summer treat. They have good carbs thanks to the Bakery on Main 4.4.8 Bars. Each bar has 4 grams of fiber, 4 grams of protein and only 8 grams of sugar! We loved them in our fried ice cream recipe as well.
While I originally made these treats for myself, they have quickly become a favorite of the kids. Not only do they love the taste, but they also love making them. I’m happy because I can hand them right over and not feel like they’re just getting an empty calorie popsicle.
They are great for summer fun activity to get everyone in the kitchen without having to bake. Little hands can easily make these gluten-free peach granola popsicles and they will love throwing in extra mix-ins like chopped fresh fruit, nuts or even chocolate chips.
- 3 Bakery on Main 448 Oats and Honey Granola Bars
- 10 oz peach yogurt (or dairy-free yogurt alternative plus 2 T sweetener)
- 1/2 C whole milk (or full fat coconut milk)
- 2 medium peaches, diced
- In a bowl combine yogurt and milk
- Ready six popsicle molds on your counter then add a small spoonful of yogurt into the bottom of each mold
- Next, add little bits of the granola bar that have been broken off and some diced peaches then top with more yogurt and granola until filled
- Tap popsicle molds lightly on the counter to get out any air bubbles
- Insert popsicle sticks and place the popsicles in the freezer for 8-10 hrs
- When ready to unmold, run the popsicle molds under hot water for just a few seconds and gently pull the popsicles out of the molds
- Enjoy nice and cool
*Thank you to Bakery on Main for sponsoring this post. I was provided with monetary and product compensation. All opinions are my own.