Liam Charles recipe for breakfast berry smoothie popsicles

This is possibly the shortest, easiest recipe I have ever made – and it’s a brilliant way to get the kids in the kitchen, too. With warmer weather (hopefully) on the way, it’s only right we create some delicious, frozen treats to cool you down. These berry smoothie popsicles are zingy, sweet and a clever way to get children to eat some of their five-a-day.

Breakfast berry smoothie popsicles
If you don’t fancy berries, jazz up your popsicles with banana, mango or pineapple instead – just make sure the fruit totals 250g.

Prep 15 min
Freeze 5 hr+
Makes 6

250g frozen mixed berries
250g natural yoghurt
65ml whole milk
20g porridge oats
Zest of 1 lemon
2 tbsp runny honey
50g caster sugar

Put everything in a blender and whizz smooth. Pour the mix evenly into six ice lolly moulds, insert the sticks and freeze for at least five hours, and ideally overnight.

When you’re ready to eat, pop the lollies out of their moulds and enjoy.

This is possibly the shortest, easiest recipe I have ever made – and it’s a brilliant way to get the kids in the kitchen, too. With warmer weather (hopefully) on the way, it’s only right we create some delicious, frozen treats to cool you down. These berry smoothie popsicles are zingy, sweet and a clever way to get children to eat some of their five-a-day.

Breakfast berry smoothie popsicles
If you don’t fancy berries, jazz up your popsicles with banana , mango or pineapple instead – just make sure the fruit totals 250g.

Prep 15 min
Freeze 5 hr+
Makes 6 250g frozen mixed berries
250g natural yoghurt
65ml whole milk
20g porridge oats Zest of 1 lemon
2 tbsp runny honey
50g caster sugar

Put everything in a blender and whizz smooth. Pour the mix evenly into six ice lolly moulds, insert the sticks and freeze for at least five hours, and ideally overnight.

When you’re ready to eat, pop the lollies out of their moulds and enjoy.