Back to Basics Lickity Sip ICE POP MOLDS - Popsicle Maker
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- Capable of handling up to 4 pops at once
- Plastic handles are designed with a funnel-like end that lets you sip out anything that melts
- Great for kids and fun for the whole family
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Top Customer Reviews
To make popsicles, you must carefully pour 100% fruit juice into the mold and then freeze it. My kids like OJ or pineapple juice best. (Look for juice with pulp because it freezes into pops that are easier to bite into.) You can add slices of banana, chunks of pineapple, rasberries, or other small bits of fruit, too. Or, make a smoothie and freeze that. (I've got a kid-approved recipe in my book, Feeding the Kids: The Flexible, No-Battles, Healthy Eating System for the Whole Family.)
These particular molds are great because they catch (most) drips and have a nice shape. These molds can be washed in the dishwasher on the top rack. But be sure the sticks don't fall into the garbage disposal if your kids drop their sticks in the sink after eating their pop...that destroys them rather quickly!
I do have a set of the ultra cheap molds from the grocery store. They work just as well as these--but they came coated in a strange oil and needed to be washed in very hot water and the dishwasher before I was willing to use them! I do not like the rounded popsicle molds because the flat shape of these makes them easier to bite into. In short, these particular molds are my favorites.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I absolutely love these. I bought them to make juice bars for my grandchildren, but even when they're away, I make them for my husband and myself and came to Amazon looking for... Read morePublished on August 10, 2009 by S. Hudson
I grew up with these. Me and my sisters would take Any juice that was in the fidge and pour it into these and eat up the popsicles a couple hours later. Read morePublished on July 19, 2009 by Addicted to Amazon