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Remember those Saturday mornings you spent in front of the TV watching cartoons and eating your favorite sugary cereal? Recreate those awesome childhood memories (or last weekend) with these Milk and Cereal Breakfast Popsicles! RightThisMinute's resident how-to wizard Jessica Hord walks us through this astonishingly simple and yummy recipe. It's everything you love about cereal... but with a summer-friendly twist!

You'll Need:

— 1 Banana

— Popsicle molds

— 1 Cup vanilla greek yogurt

— 1/2 Cup milk (Jessica used strawberry milk.)

— 1/2 Cup dry cereal (Jessica used Fruit Loops.)

Instructions:

1. Mix the banana until it's mashed and smooth.

2. Slowly mix in greek yogurt.

3. Slowly mix in milk.

4. Once it's well blended, fold cereal into the mixture using a spatula and then pour into popsicle molds.

5. Freeze for at least eight hours. You're done!

 
Inspired by: In Katrina's Kitchen
 

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