Dessert for Breakfast: Strawberry Smoothie Popsicles

Smoothies are easy and nutritious. For those hot summer days, these breakfast banana-strawberry smoothie popsicles are a real treat!

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It seems like everyone is melting in the heat this summer. I’m not complaining about our balmy 70-degree weather here in San Diego. Our heat wave starts in August and ends in October. But, I’m prepared. It could be the dead of winter, but my kids are always ready for ice cream and popsicles. I don’t get it. It’s definitely a kid-thing. And my husband’s thing, too, who happens to be a giant kid, disguised as a 40-something man.

Immune Boosting Smoothie

My kids also adore smoothies. I’ve already written my personal tips for making smoothies more nutritious and healthy. These smoothies help my family boost our immune system and battle colds and sniffles we suffer through during the cootie-filled-months.

But, when summer rolls around and when the temperature goes up, the smoothies turn into smoothie popsicles.

It’s not rocket science.

It’s not like this hasn’t been done before.

Your kids will think your nuts when you offer them a popsicle for breakfast.

And you can secretly smile, knowing it’s healthy AND fun.

Stay cool everyone!

Strawberry Smoothie Popsicles

This dessert for breakfast is fun and nutritious. A great way to cool off in those hot summer mornings! Recipe by Laura Bashar of Family Spice


  • 2 cup milk
  • 1 banana, peeled
  • 1/2 lb strawberries, fresh
  • 2 TBS protein powder
  • 4 tsp wheat bran
  • 4 tsp flax meal


  1. Add in a blender:
    • 2 cup milk
    • 1 banana , peeled
    • 1/2 lb strawberries , fresh
    • 2 TBS protein powder
    • 4 tsp wheat bran
    • 4 tsp flax meal
  2. Blend until smooth.
  3. Divide evenly into popsicle molds, above pictured using 5-oz paper cups.
  4. Place in the center of each popsicle a wooden popsicle stick and freeze until solid, 4-6 hours. If the popsicle stick won't stand up straight prior to freezing, place popsicles in the freezer for 30 minutes, replace stick and continue freezing until done.
  5. If you're not going to eat the popsicles within 24 hours, put popsicles in a plastic freezer bag. Popsicles will keep in the freezer for up to 2 weeks.


Serving Suggestions: You can use any of your favorite fruits and vitamins to customize your smoothie to your taste!

Prep Time:

Yield: 8 servings

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14 Responses to Dessert for Breakfast: Strawberry Smoothie Popsicles

  1. Carolyn at #

    My kids would go beserk to have popsicles for breakfast, even if it really was just smoothie in solid form. I need to get crackin' on this!

  2. I love how you say that kids will love these–I'm in my 30s, and I would definitely do a happy dance the morning I found these in my freezer! 🙂

  3. Mitinita at #

    I let my kids have it sometimes after breakfast and they just can't believe it!

  4. Might not be rocket science but I've never thought of it! What a great breakfast or snack — I'm wondering how it would be it you put granola or nuts in the bottom of the mold… like a "good for you" drumstick?
    Thanks, Laura!

  5. delicious treats looks wonderful

  6. Wilde in the Kitchen at #

    I think that I could feed these to the boyfriend without him realizing that he's eating something healthy! They look great 🙂

  7. Ann at #

    Terrific! Sneak the nutrition in where you can – YOU are one smart cookie!

  8. Lindselicious at #

    A popsicle for breakfast is so fun!! And it cuts back on time in the morning to get out the door too.

  9. Chrissy at #

    What a great idea! I could totally eat these on my way to work.

  10. That is awesome! I would happily enjoy one of those any time of the day!

  11. These look delicious. It never occurred to me to freeze a smoothie. I may have to go for it. 🙂

  12. I love these! My kids are big, but they still want treats…and hey, so do I 🙂


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