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Yes you can give your kids a popsicle for breakfast! Try this Breakfast of Champions: A frozen banana that has been dipped in yogurt and then rolled in Cheerios!

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Breakfast Banana Pops

How amazing are these Breakfast Banana Pops from @choccoveredkt?! These make breakfast FUN for the kids and are a sure way to fill their bellies in the morning. Instructions here: http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2012/06/20/breakfast-banana-pops/

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One-Step Frozen Yogurt Pops

Brilliant! Frozen Yogurt.

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Breakfast Burrito Bonanza – A Freezer Meal Idea

Breakfast Burrito Bonanza – A Freezer Meal Idea To make for Allen to take to work!

Blueberries covered in greek yogurt and frozen. Great healthy snack to have around when craving sweets.

Healthy Toddler Snacks. Frozen peas never worked for my kids, but these Peanut Butter Banana Pops are a big time favorite around our house. For a super special treat we roll in mini-chocolate chips.

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Healthy Breakfast Pizza

breakfast pizza

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Saturday Spotlight: Frozen Treats

Breakfast popsicles

30 Days of Lunch Boxes | Peanut Blossom (Staying Healthy: What is your favorite healthy lunch box combo for your kids?)

peanut butter, strawberries, bananas and granola = healthy breakfast to go.

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Colorful cooking with kids

banana cars

DUNKAROO Dip-1 box funfetti cake mix, 1/2 container plain yogurt, 1/2 container of whip cream.. Serve with animal crackers, graham crackers, or teddy grahams! Grew up on Dunkaroos! Gotta try this!

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Freeze Fruit on a Stick... in Greek Yogurt!

Freeze Fruit on a Stick...in Greek Yogurt!