Easy School Days Breakfast Pops

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Zoku sent us one of thier Single Pop Makers to try out. Have you seen these? You freeze the canister, pour in your ingredients and in 7-9 minutes you have a perfect pop!

The boys have been wanting one for a while so we were excited to try it out. You get up to 3 pops on one freeze so you can’t make a ton at once but it’s small size is great for a quick breakfast pop before running out the door for school!

I love solutions that allow me to use whatever I have on hand. In this case I had some ripe peaches that the boys didn’t want to eat because they were too soft. So I through peaches, some plain greek yogurt, a bit of local raw honey, and some coconut milk in the blender.

I tasted it to make sure it would be sweet enough for the boys and needed to add just a touch more honey (I love that you don’t need much). Into the Zoku it went and in 7 minutes we had a Peaches & Cream breakfast pop!

Since then we’ve done all kinds of combinations of whatever we have on hand. Some just fruit, others with yogurt etc. Such an easy and fun breakfast “dessert” to eat before school!

There are TONS of great ideas on Pinterest just search “breakfast popsicles”

What kind of pops do you like to make?

Disclosure: We were sent a Zoku Single Pop Maker but were not compensated in any way to post. All opinions are our own.

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Allison Waken is a wife, mom of boys and Phoenix, AZ native. She has been creating inspiring content for All for the Boys since 2011. Allison loves travel, movies and spending as much time as possible with her family while she can!


  1. Ooooh! I never thought of making yogurt pops! What a great idea! We'll definitely be trying this here soon.

  2. Advertising/sponsorship works! After reading this I was reminded how much I wanted one of these and found a duo one on sale (it is winter here in NZ) so have ordered it for summer/Christmas. Thanks.

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