Take-out Tuesday, Frozen Cereal Pops!

Did you have a great Memorial Day?

 

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Summer is officially here!

 

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How about a nice cold popsicle?

 

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These were a big hit with the kiddos

 

cereal popsicles

 

An icy treat that can be breakfast or an afternoon snack

 

 

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Even the kids can help make these easy treats

 

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Just fill a plastic popsicle mold with cereal, fill with milk,  insert handle and freeze

 

cereal popsicles

 

 

Frozen Cereal Pops

  • Servings: varied
  • Difficulty: easy
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Fruit Loops or cereal of choice

milk or almond milk

popsicle mold

Fill molds with cereal.  Add milk.  Insert handle.  Freeze.

 

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Good to the last loop!

This was just one of many easy peasy recipes we enjoyed over the holiday weekend

Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing lots more 5 Minute Prep dishes and entertaining ideas for no sweat 😅 summer gatherings  🍉  you can sail through  ⛵️

 

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15 Responses to “Take-out Tuesday, Frozen Cereal Pops!”
  1. Jodi says:

    How funnnnn! Gotta remember this for gramma days!! 😍

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  2. Emily says:

    What a great idea Jenna! We had these when I was a child but they were made with Kool-Aid. I think this is a much healthier option and what an easy way to serve breakfast to the kids. Your cuties look like they are enjoying…………

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  3. Kitty says:

    I love this idea, Jenna, and those little Popsicle eating cutie pies look like they’re enjoying them!
    I loved the story about your friend’s daughter, who cried realizing the price for freedom!
    Also, Happy Birthday to Sally…beautiful pineapple!

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  4. Lynn says:

    Lovin’ your festive plates Jenna! Bet the treats were gobbled up on a hot day:@)

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  5. Vicki says:

    Love the popsicle idea! I know you had a great Memorial Day weekend with the kids and the grands!!

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  6. Jenna, what a great idea, your sweeties are darling and looks like they were loving the pops! Happy Tuesday!

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  7. Kim says:

    Brilliant! I have to share these Popsicles with my daughter and future daughter in law.

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  8. Leslie Anne Tarabella says:

    Probably less sugar than a real ice cream popsicle! I only got to eat Fruit Loops at my Grandmother’s house. Love them! I may have to make these for my big kids – and me!

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  9. Love your post! I saw the recipe for cereal pops on a local show but didn’t think much more about it. Now seeing yours, I am inspired to try them. Thanks so much!

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  10. Myrna says:

    I love the blue and white fish dish on the table.

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  11. Adorable kids and I know they loved those pops. That little one is too cute!

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  12. Mary says:

    This is genius Jenna…. I want a frozen cereal pop for breakfast 🙂 Looks like your Memorial Day was filled with food and fun!

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  13. Kim says:

    What a great idea! Your grands must think you’re the cat’s meow! 🙂

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  14. Helen Adams says:

    My Grands will just love this special treat, and they are coming for camp very soon! Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
    Miz Helen

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