Raspberry yogurt lollies

My favourite breakfast ever is berries and yogurt (with some granola on top) as I just love the creamy smooth yogurt and the tart sweet berries together; it’s just so delicious I could eat it for every meal! Now that it’s summertime (as I write this) I’m experimenting with some delicious new lolly flavours to satisfy my sweet tooth while keeping me hydrated and cool at the same time too. I love how refreshing these are and how fancy they look with the yogurt and berries swirled together. They’re like a parfait in an ice lolly and I’m so here for it.

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Snickers yogurt bark

Snickers is my absolute favourite. I mean whoever thought to combine chunky peanuts with chocolate is a genius, as is the person who thought to freeze yogurt in a sheet and call it yogurt bark. Did you know I love yogurt too? I could just eat a whole sharing pot in one sitting (I mean sometimes I do) I love the lightness, creaminess and texture of it, and of course I love using it in desserts too.

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Rice cake Kit Kats

2022 – officially year of the rice cake. Rice cake this, rice cake that, everyone has their take on it. But don’t knock it till you’ve tried it! I’ve been wanting to make healthier Kit Kats for ages but never knew what to use for the wafer as store bought ones are often very sugary but then it came to me.

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PB & J blended overnight oats

PB & J is without a doubt one of my all time favourite combinations, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. It just works so well. The sweet fruitiness of the jam balances out the creamy nutty peanut butter so well, and the textures really complement each other too. In keeping with the smoothness of the peanut butter I wanted to make this a blended oats recipe, but it works just as well if you omit the blending and mix the oats ingredients in a bowl instead.

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Blueberry frozen yogurt bark

I kept hearing about this stuff called ‘yogurt bark’ and it didn’t sound super appetising if I may say so. Then I realised what it was, nothing to do with trees at all and way more than JUST yogurt. This one not only tastes amazing, it’s super good for you, a lovely healthy snack (especially on a hot day) and it’s incredibly easy to make. Oh and have you seen the colour!

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Two ingredient granola butter

Now I’m sure I’ve told you over and over again how much I adore granola, but I’m a little bit fickle when it comes to the bottom of the jar. You see I love the chunky clusters, but when it’s basically just granola dust leftover I’m not quite as interested. I don’t like throwing food away though so I figured I should turn it into something else.

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Three ingredient chocolate soft serve

Growing up in England, the excitement level in the summer when you heard the tinkling sound of the ice cream van playing its little tune was off the charts. It always seemed so magical how the ice cream man could just pull a lever to get perfect swirly creamy soft serve into a cone. But as much as I loved a 99 Flake (which I’m sure cannot be anything close to 99p any more) I always wished there was a chocolate option too.

This ice cream is my own version, but 3 ingredients and no need to wait for an ice cream van. Just pop some bananas in the freezer, then the next day you’re good to go. I make this in my blender but once blended if you’re looking for the perfect fancy swirl in your bowl just pop it in a piping bag with a large open star nozzle, twist tightly and squeeze.

My kids absolutely love this one, and I’m happy they’re eating something healthier than store bought ice cream. Don’t tell them, but sometimes Mr H and I have it after they’ve gone to bed, except we add all the toppings on top too!

Makes 1-2 bowls, depending on whether you want to share!


  • 3 frozen bananas
  • 3 tbsp cacao powder
  • 1/2 cup almond or oat milk

Place the ingredients in a blender and whiz until super smooth and creamy. Spoon into a bowl (or bowls) and enjoy immediately, or store in the freezer to enjoy at a later date (just take it out around half an hour before serving). You can even store any leftovers in lolly moulds and have them as ice lollies instead.

Love, Mrs H xx