Check out these cute ice cream and popsicle molds
Check out these ingenious Kinderville Little Bites Ice Pop Molds for smaller children.
Check out the ZOKU' quick pop maker.
The July issue of Country Living magazine features a section on Popsicle molds. They are so cute I must have them for my kids and for me! No food coloring is allowed in our home right now and our Dollarama Popsicle set is getting a little tired. I am limiting myself to 2 types of molds. The Tovolo Jewel Pop Molds and the Okra's Ice pop maker. I could justify them as food styling props I suppose.
|Tovolo Jewel Pop Molds|
|Okra's Ice Pop Maker|
I also feel the pull of the Tovolo Star Dual-flavor Pop Molds....think of the flavour combination possibilities. Once I receive my molds my first goal will be a killer fudge pop recipe which I will share on this blog. I would also like to do some grownup Popsicles involving Limoncello, inspired by a recent issue of Delicious magazine. Stay tuned summer is finally here! All molds available at Amazon.com.
Check out Tovolo's popsicle recipes at www.tovolo.com/pdfs/Tovolo-Freezer-Pop-Ice-Tray-Recipes.pdf
Buying information for those residing in Canada:
- A site called Kitchenniche.ca carries the Trudeau Rocket Popsicle molds (not shown here), and delivers in Canada. I have ordered them and I think my son will like them.
- I found these Trudeau Popsicle molds (below), at Cuizin in Marche Jean-Talon, Montreal, Quebec (Canada). Cuizin is a kitchen supply store specializing in higher quality kitchen items.
|6 Freezer Pop Molds: Groovy/retro|
You can also buy, in Canada, the molds shown above at a site called GiftsandGadgets, which carries these lovely sailboat molds as well (shown below), as well as the rockets and stars (the stars are featured above).