Blueberry Yogurt Breakfast Popsicles

Blueberry Yogurt Breakfast Popsicles are the perfect way to bring in the warmer weather. Frozen blueberries are reduced to a syrup, and mixed with oats, yogurt, and protein powder, providing a healthy, satisfying treat to enjoy at any time of the day!

blueberry yogurt swirl Popsicle plated on a bowl of ice

4 Ingredient Popsicles

This recipe came to me as I stood there, handing my temper tantruming 2 year old an ice pop to maintain my sanity for a minute or two.  All the sugar, red dye… yes, even this healthy food blogger still has some junk food in the house.

There it was right in front of me- all the ingredients needed for some seriously yummy popsicles.  What’s more, these popsicles are geared towards those picky eaters who you are just begging to ingest some nutrition. I mean, can you really survive off boogers and bread?  Ask your local two year old.

blueberry yogurt popsicles plated on a bowl of ice.

These breakfast pops are packed with protein and flavor, all while cooling you off! The blueberry syrup is made easily and quickly, then added in layers to the oatmeal yogurt, creating a beautiful twist of white and indigo.

My kids begged to eat these pops for a solid 24 hours, but the pops needed their moment of paparazzi for the blog. When I finally presented these pops to the kids, they were demolished within minutes, and they were begging for more. I can safely say, these were a major hit!

blueberry yogurt popsicles stacked with one biten.

How to make the blueberry syrup

  • First, measure 2 cups of frozen (or fresh) blueberries, and toss them in a small pan over medium heat
  • Add 2 tsp of vanilla and 2 TBS of raw, local honey
  • stir occasionally, and let it reduce to a syrup, about 15 minutes of cooking time
blueberry yogurt popsicles stacked in a row.

What kind of yogurt to use for popsicles

For this recipe, regular vanilla yogurt was used. I recommend using vanilla yogurt or Greek yogurt to allow the blueberries to be the main flavor. There is always a tub of vanilla yogurt in my fridge, just waiting to be enjoyed!

Are blueberry popsicles good for toddlers?

This recipe was literally created for my toddlers.  When growing kids hit that weird stage of refusing to eat, things like healthy popsicles come in handy.  They may not like the consistency of yogurt, but they might love the texture of frozen yogurt.

Kids are funny that way.  It’s never about what a picky eater will and will not eat.  They will eat it, you just have to find the ways they prefer it.  Blueberries might be low on the totem pole for kids taste buds, but put them in a treat and trick them into thinking their eating junk, and they’re all about it!

How long does it take the popsicles to freeze?

Ideally, these popsicles should have 2-3 painstaking hours to freeze completely.  Trust me, you’ll be counting down by the minutes until these bad boys are ready.  I was eating the oatmeal yogurt right out of the cups as I was creating this recipe.  It’s just that good!

Why add collagen powder to food?

Where do I even begin?  Collagen is one of my absolute favorite supplements and I have used Great Lakes Collagen Powder for years.  Collagen protein is essential for the very basic foundation of the human body- the skeleton, muscles, and tendons.  It literally holds the body together!  It’s beneficial for the growth, repair, and healing of bones, skin, muscles, hair, and nails.  This specific brand is my favorite because it’s flavorless, and is easily dissolved into cold or hot drinks.  My mornings are not complete without a scoop of Great Lakes Collagen powder in it!  This isn’t even an affiliate, just an overwhelming love for a great product!

blueberry yogurt popsicles ontop of crushed ice.

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blueberry yogurt popsicles plated on a bowl of ice.

Blueberry Yogurt Breakfast Popsicles

Sea Salt Savorings
Blueberry Yogurt Breakfast Popsicles are the perfect way to bring in the warmer weather.   Frozen blueberries are reduced to a syrup, and mixed with oats, yogurt, and protein powder, providing a healthy, satisfying treat to enjoy at any time of the day!
5 from 98 votes
Servings 8 popsicles


  • 2 cups frozen blueberries
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 TBS raw, local honey
  • 2 cups vanilla yogurt
  • 1/4 cup rolled oats
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon
  • 4 TBS collagen powder


  • In a medium pan, heat blueberries, vanilla extract, and honey over medium heat.
  • Reduce the blueberry mixture to a syrup by cooking for about 15 minutes and stirring occasionally.  Once it has a syrup-like consistency, remove from heat.
  • In a small bowl, combine yogurt, rolled oats, cinnamon, and collagen powder.
  • Begin layering the yogurt mixture, and the blueberry mixture in the popsicle molds. Once the mixutres are used up, take a fork, and dip into the molds, gently creating swirls of colors. 
  • Place the popsicle sticks into the molds, and freeze for 2-3 hours.  Mangia!

Nutrition values are estimates, for exact values consult a nutritionist.

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  1. 5 stars
    Perfect breakfast for spring!!!