Make your own fruit popsicles

I am not the type of person that tends to buy a lot of popsicles, or sweet. If I do, I tend to buy the fruit ones, as me and my kids all love fruit. The REAL fruit popsicles in the stores can be on the pricey side, so it can be advantageous to make your own.

I do like this popsicle mold, as I know what I am putting in it. I can actually make healthy popsicles, which I would more likely to enjoy than actually filling it up with Kool-Aid. Plus, I don’t think the kids will care what’s in it, as long as they get to enjoy a popsicle.

With my popsicle mold I filled it up with Yoplait Strawberry Yogurt, V8 Splash, Oreo Cookies ‘n Cream Pudding, and a homemade strawberry milkshake. I would say that they all turned out pretty tasty, and pretty good. There was no problem making them, or eating them.

In the box comes 6 molds, and a funnel. I found out that with the pudding, and the yogurt, it was best to just spoon it in without the funnel, as it is too thick to flow. If my hand was steady enough, I could have poured the liquid, but I opted to use the funnel. I just had to pour slow to avoid overfilling.

Overall it is a good popsicle mold, and the handles even have a builtin drip tray, which is nice. I do wish that there was a support in the bottom center of the stand, the way it will not bow in the middle. It does not bow that bad, but if you fill it all the way up, a little could drip out.

In order to release the popsicles from the mold, I just held them in a bowl of hot water for 10 seconds. Then just wiggled a little, and pulled out.

Popsicle Mold:




Disclaimer: This product was acquired at a discount for reviewing in order to give my honest unbiased opinion.

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