10 Unique Popsicle Molds to Try This Summer
What’s more refreshing than an icy pop during these sticky hot months? These cute molds will make snack time even more fun.
If your kids love everything T. rex-themed, they’ll happily gobble up healthy yogurt pops in fun dino shapes. As they chomp, the “fossils” hiding underneath will appear. Flexible silicone molds form the intricate dinosaur shapes, and they pull off easily once the pops are frozen. Try filling the molds with fruit juice or a combo of yogurt and granola for a fun spin on breakfast.
To buy: $15, amazon.com.
Little hands will have no trouble holding onto popsicles that come with a convenient handle. A built-in drip-catching lip stops melting fruit juice before it winds up on the carpet. Make a batch of icy treats to help soothe a teething toddler, or prep a batch of after-camp snacks for the preschool crew.
To buy: From $13, amazon.com.
If your favorite summer memories include slurping frozen push-up pops in a rainbow of colors, you’ll love making your own using these zip-top pouches. For a healthy, kid-friendly treat, fill the molds with fruit juices, but for a grown-up take on the classic dessert, try one of these boozy popsicle recipes.
To buy: $7, amazon.com.
Make a healthier version of ice cream cones with these popsicle molds. Fill them with yogurt and pureed fruits for a creamy, low-fat dessert. The “cone” base catches spills, while the molds come in different swirly shapes.
To buy: $26, amazon.com.
This might be the only time you’d want to use a rain umbrella in the summer. These brightly colored molds come with an easy-to-use stand so you can serve up some delicious treats.
To buy: $9, amazon.com.
These molds are easy to snap together and then snap apart when serving. The sailboat shape will give your popsicle a fun, nautical theme, while the base doubles as a keel and handle with drip guard.
To buy: $4, amazon.com.
Treat your summer guests to delicious, homemade star-shaped popsicles. You can get really creative and try freezing different layers of flavors for a cool color-block effect.
To buy: $13, target.com.
These genius molds have built-in straws at the base so you can savor every last drop—even the melted parts.
To buy: $9, amazon.com.
Here’s your chance to make your own homemade push pops. These monster-themed molds come in bright colors and have flat bottoms, so you can easily place one on a table without having it topple over.
To buy: $30, amazon.com.
If you’ve got a group coming over, this may be your best bet—it makes 10 popsicles instead of the usual four or six. Rather than a plastic base, the popsicles call for traditional wooden sticks.
To buy: $19, amazon.com.