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Any idea where you can buy molds for this?

http://blog.hgtv.com/design/20...-patriotic-ice-pops/

 
Posts: 4582 | Location: Minnesota | Registered: Dec 01, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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These look the same: http://www.amazon.com/Progress...words=popsicle+molds

There is also one at Walmart but the pic is not good so not sure it's the same: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Fox-...e-Pop-Maker/15753577


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There are some with grooves at Target but they are not the same as the picture. I see the popsicles everywhere in pictures.
 
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Thanks joyluck and paws. They don't have to be exactly like the pic. My SIL said she found some at Dollar store in MI. But I haven't gotten there yet.
 
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Amazon has several different types.

My mother gave me her old Tupperware popsicle makers. Smile I thought my son had them (but later found them in the cabinet over my refrigerator), so I bought some at a dollar store to make the grands some pops while they were here. DM used KoolAid and we ate them like they were good. Big Grin Because they were!

For the grands I whirred some apple and blueberry in the blender with some Greek yogurt, drop of vanilla, and then thinned with a bit of milk. The kids and son-in-law (LOL) really enjoyed them!
 
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OH! After filling and before freezing, do not snap the covers down over the mold. That makes them twice as hard to unmold! AMHIK!!
Just set the top/stick down on top of the mold. You'll eat them too quick for any off-flavors to develop.
 
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Most kitchen stores carry popsicle molds of some fashion, especially this time of the year. I have never come across them in my local dollar stores.
 
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BTW, I have seen them made in paper or plastic cups too. I will post a link if I come across one.
 
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sherry - good tips and your version sounds yummy.
I'm having quite a "hankering" for these since I saw the picture. Back to my childhood I go. Smile
(better than eating Klondike bars as far as calories go, too) Smile

Froo - thanks so much for that tutorial. I love the comment below it "dude, just make a COFFEE posicle." I don't like coffee, so I said "YUK!" Smile
 
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Just think of the possibilities from "adult" Popsicles to frozen lemonade, teas, yogurt, smoothes, grape juice, etc.
 
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I found popsicle molds in the seasonal section of my grocery store.
 
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so cocok, are you gonna make those popsicles? Smile

I'll be checking the grocery stores and others for them. Good idea. I did find some at the Dollar store, but they are kinda small.
 
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Froo, like how you think.
 
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Any fruit works.

Pour some water in a mold to measure. Then multiply by the number of molds you have. Put your fruit and yogurt in the blender, then fill to the correct measurement line with milk. Whir.

I saw a CUTE popsicle the other day. Put chunks of fruit in the mold...slice of kiwi, peach, banana, blueberries, etc. Then fill with white grape juice!
 
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Sherry, I think I'll try that with the yogurt fruit and milk.
Got any good smoothie ideas? Smile
 
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Not me. LOL Just do the same thing with my popsicle suggestion...just don't pour it in the mold? Wink
 
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