Breakfast Compote Lollies To Try Out This Spring Morning

Breakfast Compote Lollies To Try Out This Spring Morning

Breakfast Compote Lollies To Try Out This Spring. Hello friends. Happy Sunday. So did you remember to put your clocks forward for Spring today?

Are you looking for some fun new breakfast idea?

With the weather beginning to warm up and the children at home, now is the perfect time to get them involved in the kitchen helping to make these fun Breakfast Compote Lollies.

Make Up The Night Before:

Made the night before, they make an exciting start to the day or the perfect homemade treat for any time. Simple, yet delicious, this recipe is sure to entertain and delight the whole household.

How To Make Breakfast Compote Lollies:

Ingredients: (Makes 6 large lollies)

60g toasted toffee granola

2 tbsp Bonne Maman Salted Caramel

300g fat-free, thick-set natural yoghurt

200g Bonne Maman Cherry, Apricot or Rhubarb Compote

Method:

1.) Firstly, in a small bowl, mix the granola with the caramel and stir well to combine.

2.) Spoon the mixture into the bottom of 6 ice-lolly moulds and press down firmly with the handle of a wooden spoon.

3.) Add alternate dollops of yoghurt and compote. Insert a lolly stick into each and freeze overnight until firm. 

Cook’s Tips For A Dairy-free Alternative:

Purée the compote with a little fresh orange juice and make compote-only lollies.

If you don’t have custom-made lolly moulds, then most small freezer-proof containers will do the job.

Just pop a lolly stick into the mix and freeze in the same way as with proper moulds.

When you take them out of the freezer, run the outside of the container under hot water to release the lolly.

Breakfast Compote Lollies

Breakfast Compote Lollies To Try Out This Spring Morning:

So what do you think about these Breakfast Compote Lollies To Try Out This Spring?

Recipe c/o BonneMamanUK like on Facebook @BonneMamanUK and follow on Instagram @bonnemaman_uk

Image copyright, Bonne Maman UK. Recipe development by Moyra Fraser.

Bonne Maman Compote can be found in the baking aisle with a distinctive green lid, available nationally in Rhubarb, Apricot and Cherry flavours and priced at £2.99 per 385g jar. 

Breakfast Compote Lollies To Try Out This Spring Morning

Breakfast Compote Lollies

Bonne Maman
With the weather beginning to warm up and the children at home, now is the perfect time to get them involved in the kitchen helping to make these fun Breakfast Compote Lollies
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
10 mins
Course Breakfast
Cuisine British
Servings 6

Equipment

  • 6 ice-lolly moulds
  • small bowl

Ingredients
  

  • 60g toasted toffee granola
  • 2 tbsp Bonne Maman Salted Caramel
  • 300g fat-free, thick- set natural yoghurt
  • 200g Bonne Maman Cherry, Apricot or Rhubarb Compote

Instructions
 

  • In a small bowl, mix the granola with the caramel and stir well to combine.
  • Spoon the mixture into the bottom of 6 ice-lolly moulds and press down firmly with the handle of a wooden spoon.
  • Add alternate dollops of yoghurt and compote. Insert a lolly stick into each and freeze overnight until firm. 

Notes

Cook’s Tips For A Dairy-free Alternative:

Purée the compote with a little fresh orange juice and make compote-only lollies.
If you don’t have custom-made lolly moulds, then most  small freezer-proof containers will do the job.
Just pop a lolly stick into the mix and freeze in the same way as with proper moulds.
When you take them out of the freezer, run the outside of the container under hot water to release the lolly.
Keyword Breakfast

About Bonne Maman: 

Bonne Maman is one of Britain’s best-loved conserves, famous for its signature gingham lids, use of simple, traditional methods and high quality, all-natural ingredients. The full Bonne Maman UK range includes:

Conserves – Rhubarb & Strawberry, Mirabelle Plum, Strawberry, Strawberry & Wild Strawberry, Wild Blueberry, Black Cherry, Fig, Apricot, Berries & Cherries, Raspberry, Peach, Damson Plum and Blackcurrant

Marmalades – Bitter Orange, Sweet Orange and Tangy Mandarin

Caramels – Salted Caramel

Compotes – Apricot, Cherry and Rhubarb

Chilled Desserts – Strawberry Mousse, Chocolate Mousse, Salted Caramel Crème, Crème Caramel plus Crème Brûlee, Baba au Rhum, Coffee Crème, Dark Chocolate Crème with a Touch of Sea Salt plus Blackcurrant Mousse, Milk Chocolate Crème and Riz au Lait

Yoghurts – Raspberry Yoghurt, Rhubarb Yoghurt, Apricot Yoghurt and Strawberry Yoghurt.

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8 Comments

  1. 30th March 2020 / 11:34 am

    These sound delicious! I love a good fruit and yogurt parfait for breakfast. Pinned.

  2. Shelbee on the Edge
    30th March 2020 / 1:52 pm

    These look amazing, Claire! I pinned them to give it a try.

    Shelbee

  3. 30th March 2020 / 3:30 pm

    Oh, my goodness, Claire! These look amazing. I think I’d want to keep eating them, just so I could enjoy how pretty they are.

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