When we asked Food for Health Founder & CEO, Narelle Plapp, if there are any unique ways that she uses the Food for Health muesli in her diet, she sent us this recipe, and ever since, we exclusively eat our muesli frozen into icey pops on hot summer mornings. This recipe is bafflingly easy, so much so, we are shocked we've never heard of muesli pops before! The pops are made of everything you would usually fill your breakfast bowl with, except, instead of filling a bowl you fill a popsicle mould (like our Icey Pop Tray from the Summer Box) and freeze over night! So easy, so delicious, so refreshing.
- 1 cup Food for Health Liver Cleansing Muesli OR Simply Fibre Muesli
- 1 ½ cups thick vanilla yoghurt
- 1 cup blueberries
- 1 sliced kiwi fruit
- 1 tbsp rice bran syrup
- Place the muesli and rice bran syrup into a bowl and stir well to combine. Divide the muesli mixture between the popsicle moulds. Press down firmly with the end of a spoon.
- Mix yoghurt, blueberries and kiwi in a small bowl. Fill the rest of each mould with the yoghurt mix.
- Insert popsicle sticks and freeze for 3-4 hours or until hard.
Makes 8 popsicles
About Food For Health Muesli:
Simply Fibre Muesli:
The Food for Health Simply Fibre Muesli was made by Narelle to support patients with digestive issues. The Simply Fibre Muesli contains less than 1g of sugar per serve and has a delightful cinnamon flavour filled with Aussie almonds and oats.
Liver Cleansing Muesli
The Food for Health Liver Cleansing Muesli is a healthy bowl of deliciousness made with Aussie almonds, oats and a variety of seeds. It is low fructose, contains less than 1g of sugar per serve and is a great source of fibre.
You can check out Food for Health's full range of delicious muesli and snacks on www.foodforhealth.com.au and follow them on Instagram or Facebook at @FoodForHealth for more information about their products. You can also find them at Coles, Woolworths and IGA.