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The Best Popsicle Molds for Homemade Frozen Pops

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Making homemade popsicles is fun, easy and tasty. Sure, you can make molds with paper cups and wooden sticks, but why should you, when there are so many great options for popsicle molds? Choose one of these molds, and then check out recipes for Cantaloupe Honey Lime Popsicles, Watermelon Mint Popsicles; or Cherry Fudgesicle Bars.



Volcanic Pop Molds

Volcanic Pop Molds
Volcanic Pop Molds

This set of four ice pop molds are individual, so you can stash each one wherever you can find space in your freezer. They freezer with a hollow center that you can fill with fresh fruit, ice cream, even a shot of liquor. The easy-to-hold ring handle catches drips.

Star Ice Pop Molds

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A star-shaped base holds this set of six ice pop molds in place, and they can easily be removed individually. The molds make ribbed, star-shaped pops, and the handles have a drip guard.

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Sip-A-Pop Ice Pop Molds

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Kids will love these popsicle molds, which feature a base that catches drips and has a straw so you can slurp up every last bit of juice. The set comes with two separate molds, each of which make 4 3-ounce pops.

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Groovy Ice Pop Molds

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These generously sized pop molds come with a base that makes it easy to fill and freeze the molds, but they can be removed individually from the base and stored separately once they're frozen. The pops have a tongue-tickling grooved pattern on them.
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Zoku Quick Pop Maker

Zoku Quick Pop Maker
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Make ice pops in no time with this quick-freezing pop maker. Freeze the cast-aluminum base first, and then you can make up to 9 2-ounce pops, in three batches, before you need to re-freeze the base. Six pop sticks and drip guards are included, plus a special tool for removing the frozen pops from the base.

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