CHOSIGT Ice pop maker IKEA Fill with fruit juice and make your own ice pops. For the mold to easily loosen, rinse with lukewarm water. From Ikea $1.99 It's hard to beat the price at ikea. #popsicles #popsiclemolds #popsiclemakers #icepops
Tovolo Groovy Ice Pop Molds from Tazstore $10.45 The drip guards and the snazzy design makes this a total win. #popsicles #popsiclemolds #popsiclemakers #icepops
Zoku Single Quick Pop Maker from Zoku $24.95 This is the perfect gift for college students so they can fit in their dorm room mini fridge/freezer #popsicles #popsiclemolds #popsiclemakers #icepops
Zoku Duo Quick Pop Maker $36.95. Yes, we also have a duo quick pop maker that I like to take on trips. #popsicles #popsiclemolds #popsiclemakers #icepops
Don't know if anyone will see this post, since it might be a closed thread... But these popsicle molds on Amazon great!! (someone said they're BPA free - even better if they are!!)
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I already follow you on Facebook and just followed you on Twitter. Two of our favorite summer treats are: smoothies made from berries we have picked ourselves (into our own containers) using milk or yogurt that we get directly from the farm in reusable glass jars and popsicles made from a lemon balm tisane (grown in my garden) and sugar or maple syrup. But…we only have a plastic set of popsicle molds so I don’t make those very often. .-= Lisa´s last blog .. =-.
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The main con we’ve run into with Tovolo popsicle molds is that the bases are awkwardly shaped and take up a weird amount of space in your freezer while you’re freezing your pops. After freezing I always take the pops out of the molds and place then in a square container – my son just grabs them from said container. Besides the oddly designed base we do love these molds though. We’ve had a few sets for about three years now, washed them often and they’re in great shape.
I picked up popsicle molds at Wal-Mart for $1.50 – each mold makes 8 small popsicles. I cut a bunch of fruit into bite-size pieces – apples, pineapple, honeydew, cantelope, strawberries, bananas, grapes, blueberries, blackberries, etc. whatever I have on hand at the time. Each kid fills a set of molds with whatever fruit they want, then we fill them with whatever juice is open in the fridge. They get healthy, no-sugar-added, corn syrup free, popsicles that they made themselves, that they get to eat almost any time they ask for them (I generally only say no if it’s less than an hour before suppertime).Garden Friends Bug Pops from Amazon $14.11 These are fun because each mold is a different bug. #popsicles #popsiclemolds #popsiclemakers #icepopsThe Sunsella Mighty Pops – Silicone Popsicle Molds – 6 Pack are currently on sale at 60% off their regular price!! These easy to use, no mess, pop molds are a money saving way to keep your kids happy while offering them a treat you can customize to ensure they’re eating something Mom-Approved! Lickety Pops Popsicle Molds from perpetual Kid $9.99 I like how these look like a long tongue, super silly. My kids would love this. #popsicles #popsiclemolds #popsiclemakers #icepopsMonster Fun Pops from perpetual Kid $9.99 These would be great for a monster theme birthday party or even Halloween. Who says you can't have popsicles in October right? #popsicles #popsiclemolds #popsiclemakers #icepopsStar wars Lightsaber Ice Pop from Think Geek $34.99 If you know someone who would LOVE this raise your hand. I'm raising mine too! These are fabulous. #popsicles #popsiclemolds #popsiclemakers #icepops