Mar 1, 2010

Popsicle Mold

By Ellen Wilson

Popsicle Mold

In the summer heat, nothing beats sitting on the front steps with a popsicle, watching bikers and walkers go by. Save money and calories by making your own homemade frozen treats. Start experimenting with flavors by throwing your favorite fruit, ice cream and juice in some popsicle molds.

You can use your popsicle mold for more than just popsicles; freeze homemade chicken or vegetable stock and store it in freezer bags for quick-made soups.  Freeze individual-sized portions of orange juice to put in a glass when you wake up. You'll always have a fresh, cool drink the morning and you'll have more room in the fridge by eliminating the pitcher.

There are many different popsicle molds available at kitchen retail stores. Look for molds that are BPA-free. Our popsicle molds have straws for sipping if your popsicle starts melting; that way, your shirt is always protected from drips and spills.

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