Best Ice Pop Molds in 2020

Zoku Classic Pop Molds, 6 Easy-release Popsicle Molds With Sticks and Drip-guards, BPA-free Review:

I bought two of these and after using a couple other different styles and brands I have to say these are a cut above. They are sturdy. Extremely simple. Very well designed and take up 1/3 the storage space of my others which are a pain to clean and store with so many parts. They are made of a sturdy, easy to clean, handle and use green base that holds 6 clear molds by simply dropping them in the designated opening. Once filled the base keeps the liquid safe from spills. It s very sturdy. Each set comes with a base. 6 plastic molds and 6 white plastic sticks that insert into a simple oval drip guard that also acts as a cap while in the mold. Simple to remove just one popsicle or all from the green base. Run the individual pop under warm water for a couple seconds to release from the mold. Easy, neat and simple. Very impressive compared to the others I've had. My only complaint is that the popsicles are smaller than I thought by about 1/3. Great for children but I make them for adults and teens. Still, I'm so very pleased.also BPA free.

Acerich 200 Pcs Craft Sticks Popsicle Sticks Ice Cream Sticks 4-1/2" Length Treat Sticks Review:

So I am giving 4 stars because the sticks themselves are wonderful. No splinters and they are all smooth. I use them for multiple usages. Initially, I bought them for waxing my upper lip. Although they do the job fine, I wish they were a bit broader for this purpose. I also use it for toddler activity time with my infant and toddler, so it is small enough and strong enough for them to use without any problems.

Popsicle Molds Set - BPA Free - 6 Ice Pop Makers + 1 Extra Mold + Silicone Funnel + Cleaning Brush + Recipes E-book - by Lebice Review:

Not only did I love the size and quality of the molds, but the 100 + recipes are unbelievable! Yes it is true, only two or three are sent, but when you download the free E-recipe book that is when the treasure hunting only begins. And not only do you become the owner of recipes of the most exotic: ice creams, popsicles and even ice cream sandwiches, but at the bottom of each of the 100 beautifully illustrated recipes, is a link to the source of that recipe. Suddenly ... What??? That link which leads you to not only100 more gold mines, full of delicious recipes, but to 100 more galaxies of the greatest cooks and chefs.

Pack next month's family menu with frozen goodies from this E-recipe book and be ready for your kids to fall in love with you all over again. Even your teenagers and college students!

Ouddy Popsicle Molds Set of 2, Silicone Ice Pop Molds 4 Cavities Homemade Ice Cream Mold Oval with 50 Wooden Sticks for DIY Ice Cream Review:

Before buying these molds, I saw many more options both in price and capacity, these were the ones that convinced me and the truth is that I was not wrong to buy them. I highly recommend them. very good product i recommend it

Popsicle Molds with Sticks Ice Pop Maker | 6 Pieces BPA Free Silicone Funnel and Cleaning Brush | Clearance Sale by Mamasicles Review:

I made strawberry ice cream pops last night using a no churn, no machine recipe. The pops turned out great and my husband gave his stamp of approval just now.

1. a squeezable pancake batter bottle to fill these if you are using a creamy mix or it might be hard to fill the molds evenly.
2. Snap the covers on before placing the pops into the stand because the stand bends a bit when you press down on the pop making it hard to center the cover. Prolonged pressing might also wear out the stand in time.
3. Run the pop under warm water to loosen it or let it sit out for a minute or two before attempting to remove the pop.

1. Each mold can be removed from the base unlike some molds where all pops are stuck together. It makes serving so much easier.
2. The plastic molds are thick and well made. They didn't have the oily film on it like some plastic products have.
3. The molds only hold about 3.25 oz. of liquid so it is a good portion size for kids.
4. The sticks are designed to catch drips, however the shape makes it hard to eat the last bit of ice cream because the sides of the drip catcher get in the way. Not sure if a small child could manage well towards the end but hey, it has a drip catcher. The design also creates a nice snug fit to keep air and freezer smells out of the mold.

None really. If these hold up for a few years I will be very happy.

Nuby Garden Fresh Fruitsicle Frozen Pop Tray Review:

So glad I stumbled upon this while looking for something that would soothe my sweet little boys gums! Each little compartment hold about 1/2 an ounce, which I think is the perfect amount! Having it be such a little amount means it freezes fast and if it starts to melt while you baby is chewing on it you're not going to have a huge mess ! When it was time to get the milksicle out, it popped out with no problem after I ran it under hot water for a few seconds .The handle is also good sized and my 4 month old has no problem holding onto it. I have only used Breastmilk in them so far, but am anxious to use puréed fruit once he gets a little older. I would rate this a 10/10! It would be a great baby shower gift !

Homemade Popsicle Molds Shapes, Food Grade Silicone Frozen Ice Popsicle Maker-BPA Free, with 50 Popsicle Sticks 50 Popsicle Bags(10 Cavities Pink) Review:

We buy LOTS of real fruit popsicles because 2 of my 4 kiddos can't have dairy. In the past, I purchased popsicles molds with washable sticks, thinking that would be better because of reuse; however, we CONSTANTLY would lose, bend, or break those. I decided to get this one because it comes with the plastic sleeves and wooden sticks, so I'm not worried about losing parts! Definitely don't push the stick down all the way. I made the first batch a little hard to hold by putting them too far into the mold, so consider that when inserting the sticks!

We made some strawberry popsicles just by blending freshly frozen strawberries with dairy-free coconut yogurt and coconut milk. I added minimal sugar because we try to avoid a lot of added sugar in our everyday foods (and popsicles are almost a daily thing in our house, lol) so the popsicles were a little icier than I would have liked, but the kids loved them regardless. I'm going to try lots of different recipes to try to find the "sweet spot" in balancing creaminess and low sugar! I would definitely recommend this popsicle mold so far!

Ozera Reusable Popsicle Molds Ice Pop Molds Maker - Set of 6 - With Silicone Funnel & Cleaning Brush - Assorted Colors Review:

I wanted an easy, convenient way to get a nice little protein boost throughout my day and this was the perfect solution to do so! I made a mixed berry /peanut butter & protein smoothie and decided to freeze them into protein pops and they turned out great! Each container (comes with 6) holds about 3oz of liquid and comes with a funnel to make adding your desired choice of "filling" easier to manage. There was minimal mess and the molds held up well as I filled them all.

I let them freeze overnight (6+ hours) and they were perfect the next day. I just ran some warm water over the molds for a few moments to loosen the grip and it slid right out. Not quite the ideal treat in the middle of winter, but it was definitely delicious! There is also a "drip tray" at the bottom of each so you don't have to worry about it dripping down your hand as you eat it. I found this to be very useful and even saved a couple of fatal falls! I will definitely be making a lot more of these in the upcoming warmer months.

My only minor complaint is I ordered the assorted, colorful molds and received an all blue box. The outside box was labeled "assorted" but I guess it was accidentally mislabeled. No biggie.

This also comes with a cleaning brush. (:

Ozera Popsicle Molds Maker, Reusable Ice Pop Molds Trays for Homemade Popsicles - Set of 6 - with Silicone Funnel & Cleaning Brush - Green Review:

Love these popsicle molds! They arrived yesterday undamaged and on time. I cleaned them before use and they were very easy to clean by hand, although I think you can put them in the dishwasher too. I immediately started experimenting with making different kinds of popsicles using fruit juices, coconut milk, chai concentrate, cocoa powder, etc. They were easy to assemble and fit perfectly into the stand so I did not worry about them falling over in my freezer. I ate my first one last night and I was very happy with the results. It was easy to take out of the stand without disturbing the others. I ran it under hot water for a few seconds and it easily slid out of the cover. The handle catches all the drips from the popsicle so you can take your time eating it. I would definitely recommend these to a friend.

Frozip 125 Disposable Ice Popsicle Mold Bags| BPA Free Freezer Tubes With Zip Seals | For Healthy Snacks, Yogurt Sticks, Juice & Fruit Smoothies, Ice Candy Pops| Comes With A Funnel (8x2") Review:

Did a little bit of math and made some legit adult freezy pops with vodka, triple sec, strawberries, pineapple, and mango. Used vitamin, prebiotic juice to lubricate the mix haha. The size of these bags allowed me to get just under a shot's worth of liquor into each pop with the pop still freezing to hard slush. Thanks, high school Algebra! I made 50 for my birthday party. They were so strong I still had 20 to take to a friend's party a week later. Word had spread about the popsicles and people were so excited I brought them. These bags are great, no popping, leaking, or stripping of the plastic or seals. You could very easily make your own yogurt mixes and freeze them instead of spending $$$ every week at the store.