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- Set of six green groovy pop molds made of durable BPA-free plastic
- Handles feature built-in drip guard to keep hands and clothes clean while smartly designed shape make it easy for frozen pop to slide out of mold.
- Sturdy base measures 7 x 5 x 8 inches; keeps pops from tipping while freezing, after frozen individual pops fit neatly in freezer to save space
- Save money by making healthy freeze pops using your favorite juices, flavors and ingredients
- Easy to use and clean - dishwasher safe
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Tovolo Groovy Pop Molds
Get Your Groove On!
Tovolo Groovy Pop molds create a great treat for kids and adults alike. These hip molds are perfect for making homemade ice pops filled with your favorite juice, soda, sport drink, smoothie, or your favorite mix.
This pop mold's cool design with larger capacity to hold more liquid allows you to enjoy a groovy treat. A thick sleeve keeps your popsicles chilled longer once outside the freezer. Each mold is complete with a drip guard handle to prevent any mess. Pull this fun from your freezer dude! It's far out!
Each Groovy pop mold measures 7 inches tall by 2.25 inches wide, holding 4 ounces of liquid. The handle close to 1 inch gives you a nice grip for any size hand. Each molds sits secure in the base (5.2" W x 7.8"D x 6.5" H) and keeps molds from tips or spills�
- Includes set of 6 molds, 6 sticks, and base (13 pieces)
- Each mold holds 4 ounces
- BPA Free
- Dishwasher Safe
- Fun for all ages
- Excellent design comes in Green and Yellow
- Larger popsicles mold holds more liquid
- Healthy homemade freeze pops
Top customer reviews
I just sent sets of these Ice Pop molds to several of my friends, along with a recipe or two for veggie juice pops. If you have a juicer, a Vitamix or a blender such as a Nutri Bullet or Ninja Master Prep you can freeze up your favorite health-drink recipe and make a summer treat to cool off and energize you.
The pop maker has a stand with sockets for the six molds. The molds have snap-on lids with stems to hold the frozen pop when unmolded. The grooves in the top are supposed to aid in releasing the frozen treat from the mold; a brief dip in warm water is needed, however, in my experience.
The stand makes filling easy, but I found that it was a bit bulky for my side-by-side narrow freezer. I took the filled molds and put them in a small square container high enough to hold them upright, but more compact than the Tovolo stand. They need to freeze good and long, at least six hours or more or best overnight. If your pops are mushy, they will fall apart out of the molds.
Recipes: I made my regular juice blend (apple, beet, lemon, celery, gingerroot) and added blended blueberries. I didn't even need sweetener (because the apple was plenty sweet) but if you are more of a sweettooth than I am, you may want some stevia or sugar syrup to add to it. You can also blend up fresh fruit like strawberries, raspberries, peaches, mango or melon and add juiced ginger, mint, or basil. For kids, whip up blended fruits or just freeze V8 Fusion if you like it.
Making your own pops using the molds and your own ingredients can save money--I use up the fruits and veggies in the fridge by juicing them, and sometimes frozen fruit is on sale. Not only is this economical to use up fruits or veg like bananas getting brown but you get a healthy way to sneak in vitamin-rich vegetables. If you use dark fruits like blueberries, you can blend in spinach or carrots and despite a murky color, the taste is delightful. Great on a hot day and a real restorative for anyone working outside in the heat or playing sports.
But, I live in the way Deep South, where it gets hot and sticky and humid. And a girl can only drink so many mint juleps or mojitos and hope to keep her girlish figure!
I love popsicles! Love, love, love the way the first lick is full of frost and sticks to my tongue a bit. Love the swirly fruit flavors and creamy ice cream textures. Love the almost painful cold sliding down my throat. Even love the brain-freeze when I get too enthusiastic! But, the popsicles sold in the store are full of ick! High fructose corn syrup! Why? Why would you adulterate something so full of awesome with something so icksome?
I've tried making my own before, but the molds are too flimsy, too small, too difficult to manage in the freezer.
I took a chance on these molds, and I'm glad I did. The design is genius. The tops of the popsicle molds lock into the tray! No more wiggling and struggling to get the goodies into the mold without spillage! The cap and stick are all one piece, which some may not like, but it suits my purpose. The tray, molds and lids/sticks are sturdy - they feel substantial enough to be long-lasting. And there's no BPA to worry about, either. I just put the molds into the tray, filled 'em up using a ladle, snapped the tops on, and popped them in the freezer.
No more HFCS. No more unpronounceable ingredients. Just my own blend of blackberries, buttermilk, a touch of oregano and raw honey, blended to a perfect soupiness and ladled into the molds with minimal dripping.
The ceiling fans are whirring away and the lounge chair is waiting on the patio. Today, the languid waves of heat shall not melt me into a puddle of sweat, for frosty popsicle goodness awaits me.
The pops are easily removed from their containers and the tray that comes with the 6 pops is wonderful at keeping the treats up right. These are all easily cleaned either by hand or in the dishwasher. While I have used canned juices and frozen fruits, I'm looking forward to summer so I can stock up on our own berries, peaches, nectarines, plums and apples. I harvest them, peel and mush up and freeze the produce in quart freezer bags to be used later in making these pops. Very economical and delicious.