Georgia Toffolo’s Fairtrade Banana Breakfast Pops

Georgia Toffolo’s Fairtrade Banana Breakfast Pops

Georgia Toffolo’s Fairtrade Banana Breakfast Pops. So how fun are these!? The Made in Chelsea star shares her favourite Fairtrade sweet treat and breakfast boost – healthy, quick and easy to make and keep in the freezer.

How To Make Georgia Toffolo’s Fairtrade Banana Breakfast Pops:

Breakfast pop recipe.

Ingredients:

2 Fairtrade bananas

Yoghurt of choice – I prefer coconut yoghurt

Granola of choice OR almonds

Mini chocolate chips, coconut shreds (optional)

Popsicle sticks or silverware to insert in the bananas

How To Make Georgia Toffolo’s Fairtrade Banana Breakfast Pops:

1.) Firstly, pour the granola or crushed almonds into a shallow plate. 

2.) Peel the bananas cut them in half, and insert popsicle sticks. 

3.) Dip the bananas into the coconut yogurt, then roll into the granola or almonds (and any sweet options you may like!). 

4.) Place on a parchment-lined tray and freeze. 

5.) Last but not least, keep any uneaten banana pops in the freezer.

Georgia Toffolo’s Fairtrade Banana Breakfast Pops

*Recipe and photography by Fairtrade* *No Payment was received* What do you think of these Georgia Toffolo’s Fairtrade Banana Breakfast Pops?Fancy trying them?

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4 Comments

  1. Kathryn Grace
    3rd July 2016 / 2:53 pm

    Have always delighted in frozen bananas and usually dip them in melted chocolate–or just freeze them plain on a stick. The grandkids love them, but what a neat idea to dip in yogurt and roll in nuts and coconut or whatever. So many possibilities! Shared this today on social media as my pick for Recipe of the Day.

  2. Anna Maria
    4th July 2016 / 9:19 pm

    That seems so easy, I might even try tomorrow, i love all the ingredients. Thanks for sharing. x

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