These Breakfast Pops are seriously easy peasy.
Yes!! I mean it..and I realised only when I made them for my boy. Now the catch is like any other recipe of mine, I wanted it to be goodness loaded and then I tried my hands on this recipe of Breakfast Pops.
It is easy to make and trust me even easy to finish and this happened at my home. Interesting part is these are great option to give with a glass of milk . I had made four for trial and two days of breakfast was super easy for me.
And now the demand keeps coming for the next batch of the Breakfast Pops from my son. Infact they are quite tempting for me too, but then I avoid the chocolate dip and have it just like that. So these interesting Breakfast Pops are solution to lot many picky eaters and a relief for moms too.
- Muesli: 2 tbsp
- Cashew Powder: 1 tbsp
- Almond Powder: 1 tbsp
- Cinnamon/Nutmeg Powder: ¼ tsp
- Roasted Fox Nuts (Makhana) Powder: 2 tbsp
- Date Syrup/ Honey: 1 tbsp ( as per taste)
- Chocolate bar: 2 inches ( Rs 5 Cadburys)
- Sugar sprinklers : for garnish
- Sticks/skewers : 4
- Dry roast the muesli (un sweetened ) and make a coarse powder of it.
- Take a bowl and mix muesli, cashew powder, almond powder , cinnamon and makhana powder too.
- Add date syrup or honey and mix them together. These act as binding as well as sweeting agents so use them carefully.
- Next take a sauce pan and boil some water and on that boiling water add a bowl with the chocolate chunks.
- Gradually the chocolate will melt and you can mix is more to make a smooth sauce.
- Now take the muesli mixture and make a round ball and the stick It on top of the skewer.
- Next dip the tip of the ball in the sauce gently (remember to hold the stick and the ball both at the stage.) till its coated evenly.
- Now add sprinklers on top so its coated on the chocolate and keep it in refrigerator for an hour either on a butter paper or aluminium foil and let it harden a bit.
- Serve it for breakfast with a glass of no-sugar water milk and let your kids enjoy some yummy breakfast pops right before they leave for school.