Recipe: 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


  1. 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.

Fact file

  • For further information, tips and recipes see bonnemaman.co.uk, like on Facebook @BonneMamanUK and follow on Instagram @bonnemaman_uk
  • Stockists may vary
  • 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.

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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