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.


Zoku Fish Pops

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With shapes like a shark, clownfish, octopus, and whale, these aquatic-themed finds are a fun change from traditional popsicle molds. Even the sticks are themed (and they have handy drip guards). Experiment with different colorful fruits or juices and easily pull them out from the mold base when you’re ready to serve.

To buy: $20, amazon.com


Tovolo Ice Cream Pop Molds

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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: $11, amazon.com


Ring Jewel Ice Pop Molds

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Kids can adorn their hands with these gem-shaped rings. Get creative with different juices and fruits to create jewel-toned treats. Tell the kids it’s okay to play with their food… this time.

To buy: $12, uncommongoods.com


Umbrella Shaped Popsicle Molds

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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: $12, amazon.com


Zoku Space Pop Ice Maker Molds

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Serve your little space explorers (and the grown-up ones, too) these fun rocket-themed pops. The kids can decide amongst themselves who gets to call dibs on the lone astronaut-shaped mold.

To buy: $19, amazon.com


Cuisipro Fit Sailboat Pop Mold

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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: $10, amazon.com


Tovolo Star Popsicle Molds

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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: $18, target.com


Ice Pop Maker Molds with Sipper Straw Bases

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These genius molds have built-in straws at the base so you can savor every last drop—even the melted parts.

To buy: $10, amazon.com


Joie Monster Push Up Ice Pop Maker

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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: For a similar product, $17.50, go to jet.com.


NorPro Ice Pop Maker

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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: $16, amazon.com