Once you get into the depths of summer, even turning the stove on to make breakfast is a total drag. There are several cold options for your first meal of the day, like chilly smoothie bowls or quick overnight oats, for example. But if you want to get serious, a frozen breakfast parfait popsicle is your best bet for a truly fast and frigid meal. Don’t think you can only have them for breakfast, though — oh no. They’re the perfect snack AND the perfect fruity summer dessert too. Now that you’re sufficiently salivating, here are 15 parfait popsicles that you can eat from dawn ’til dusk.


1. Layered Popsicles: Why choose between multiple fruits for your popsicle when you can have them all? With just a quick rinse of your blender, you can have beautiful fruit purees layered with yogurt and frozen to perfection. (via A Homemaker’s Diary)


2. Nectarine and Greek Yogurt Popsicles: The popsicles that you know and love just got a *major* grown-up makeover. With gourmet ingredients like olive oil, sea salt and cardamom, these pops are sure to be a fancy start to your day. (via Sonima)

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3. Blueberry Peach Smoothie Pops: These pops clock in at under 50 calories apiece, so it may be tempting to gobble up one after another. Save the brain freeze for another day and share these with your very thankful friends and family. (via Samantha’s Kitchen Table)


4. Chia Seed Popsicles With Pineapple and Coconut: This beach-meets-breakfast treat is the tropical way to get going in the morning, or get a sweet afternoon pick-me-up. If you think that a cup of joe is the only way to perk you up… think again. (via Jessica Gavin)


5. Fig and Strawberry Yogurt Pops: A drizzle of honey over the top of these yogurt pops serves as an adhesive for all the nuts your little heart desires. Chopped figs and strawberries stud the inside for a truly Greek-inspired delicacy. (via Figs and Feta)


6. Yogurt Granola Banana Pops: Your perfect pop has been right in front of your face this whole time, and you didn’t even know it. Instead of having a bowl of granola with a dollop of yogurt and a chopped banana for breakfast, rearrange things a bit. Just freeze a banana on a stick, dip in yogurt and roll in your favorite granola. Super easy and loved by all! (via Diethood)


7. Green Smoothie Breakfast Popsicles: A green smoothie is so much more appealing when it’s in popsicle form, amirite? In addition to kale, this popsicle sports green grapes and green tea to give it more nutritional value and a vibrant hue. (via The Floating Kitchen)


8. Berry Parfait Yogurt Popsicles: There’s such great satisfaction in making your own popsicles at home, especially when they actually serve a nourishing purpose. These are so well rounded, you’ll feel totally comfortable giving them to even the tiniest popsicle lovers. (via Well Plated)

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9. Mango and Yogurt Popsicles: Whether you choose to layer your mango and yogurt or you’re feeling lazy and swirl them all together, you’ll still get an incredible flavor that tastes like a vacation. If you’re feeling a little bit of spice, you can add a pinch of cayenne to the yogurt. (via A Sweet Muddle)


10. Muesli Breakfast Popsicles: Since these are made with Greek yogurt, you’ll get the protein necessary to power through the day. Coupled with muesli and fresh fruit, they’re the ultimate warm-weather breakfast that will make your carpool *totally* jealous. (via The Merrythought)


11. Nutella Yogurt Parfait Breakfast Popsicles: A little bit of Nutella for breakfast never hurt anyone. Plus, it’s totally justifiable when paired with yogurt, berries and granola. (via Baking a Moment)


12. Fruity Yogurt Parfait Popsicles: On a lazy Sunday, grab the kiddos and make several batches of these popsicles with different fruits and granola variations. When it comes time to grab a pop on a steamy summer day, you’ll be so happy you took the time to prep a bunch. (via Vintage Kitty)


13. Perfect Parfait Yogurt Pops: Kiwis make a beautiful addition to any popsicle because of their unique color and distinct black seeds. If you haven’t been fond of kiwi in the past, this would be the perfect time to give it another go; the yogurt mellows out the flavor a bit, so it’s not as intense as eating the fruit whole. (via A Million Moments)


14. Yogurt Parfait Breakfast Popsicles: If you struggle to eat breakfast, parfait pops might just make you a convert. Since they take longer to eat, they’re easy on sensitive stomachs that typically tend to skip the morning meal. If you can’t have dairy, any milk-alternative yogurt would work just fine. (via Feast and West)


15. Fruity Popsicle Crunch Bars: Instead of sprinkling granola on your popsicles, try dipping them in your favorite cereal. These are topped with Special K, but the potential fruit and cereal combos are endless. How about lime and strawberry froyo pops dipped in Fruity Pebbles next? (via Sweet and Delish)

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