Bongi Blueberry Ice Pops

Made with yoghurt and fresh fruit, these lemon blueberry ice pops are perfect for breakfast or a protein and fruit snack on a Summer’s day.

Imagine the surprise and delight on the kids’ faces as you hand them a blueberry ice pop full of freshly juiced blueberries and lemons for their breakfast.



Cooking Methods

  • Freezing

Prep Time

5 minutes

Cooking Time

435 minutes


Ice pops

    1 small Greek yoghurt
    60 ml Milk
    10 Raspberries
    5 tsp granola


Ice pops

    In a medium bowl, whisk together the yoghurt, lemon juice, vanilla, milk, lemon zest and agave until thoroughly combined and smooth.
    Pour the mixture into your moulds and add 1 tsp blueberries in each mould.
    Freeze layer completely.
    Pour more lemon base on top of blueberries filling each cavity until 2/3 of the way full.
    Add in a few more blueberries and continue adding the lemon base until just below the fill line.
    Sprinkle crushed cookies into the cavities and press them gently with your fingertips.
    Let freeze completely, then remove the pops. Serve immediately.


We love the Zoku funky kids character moulds. Ice pops mould come in beautiful shapes, that pull out of the moulds with ease. They are the perfect size for kids and have a built-in drip tray to avoid sticky little fingers.
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