Eat & Drink 02.24.10

Twisted Ice Pop Molds + 11 Fabulous Homemade Popsicle Recipes

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orka twisted popsicle molds

From the POP-y colors to the cool twisted design of the popsicles and futuristic look of the holder, I’m loving everything about these Orka Ice Pop Molds! ($12.95/set at Wrapables)

Looking for a cool gift idea? Try pairing one of these sets with a copy of POPS!: Icy Treats for Everyone by Krystina Castella, which is loaded with some seriously tasty & creative-looking recipes:

homemade popsicle recipes

Pictured above: a few recipes from POPS!, all of which can be found online right here at Banana Split (yes, please!), Pomegranate Apple, and Honeydew Melon.

OR, try filling up your ice pop molds with one of these other yummy-looking homemade popsicle recipes from ’round the web… from Mojito and Mango-Orange flavors to Rocky Road Fudge (yes… Rocky Road!):

homemade popsicle recipes

Lemon Frozen Yogurt with Raspberries
from Dessert First

homemade popsicle recipes

Mango and Orange Popsicles
from Seasaltwithfood

homemade popsicle recipes

Mojito Pops
from Erin Cooks

homemade popsicle recipes

Strawberry and Mango Popsicles
from Mahanandi

homemade popsicle recipes

Rocky Road Fudge Pops
from Dinner’s On Me

homemade popsicle recipes

Strawberry-Yogurt Popsicles
from the kitchn

homemade popsicle recipes

And last but not least, one of my personal favorite flavors when it comes to frozen treats:

Rootbeer Float Pops
from Erin Cooks


Pops!: Icy Treats for Everyone

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19 responses to “Twisted Ice Pop Molds + 11 Fabulous Homemade Popsicle Recipes”

  1. Laura says:

    This made my mouth water…mmMMmmm. :)

  2. Jeanee says:

    I’m SO making popsicles this summer. My husband could eat them every day and it’ll be so much cheaper and yummier if I make ’em myself!

  3. Deemarie Parsons says:

    They all look delicious! Pomegranate, mangos, strawberry and rasberry are favorite fruits in my house.

  4. Moosette says:

    Oh my yumminess! I cant wait to make these this summer – epecially the lemon frozen yogurt with rasberries! Delish!

  5. Jen says:

    those are so cute — my daughter would love them\ all!

  6. Ellen says:

    These look sooo good! Hello, Rocky Road!

  7. Nienke says:

    Those twisted Ice Pop Molds are awesome! It makes me long for summer even more…

    Do you think I if I make them in February I can trick my brain into thinking it is summer?

  8. Elyse says:

    Bring on summer!

  9. jomygoodness says:

    Can I just say… YUMMMM! These look so good & refreshing. I can’t wait to try.

  10. aprilornament says:

    Yum, looks like a tasty treat, I’m defiantly going to make some of these.

  11. Sara says:

    This is great! I looked for some fun Popsicles for a baby shower I threw in August in Florida– and only found recipes for kids. This would have been a great addition.

  12. Jessica says:

    This was truly some wonderful eye-candy. Not only that, but it was so mouth-watering. I plan on having people over and entertaining this summer and cannot wait to wow people with some of these popsicle recipes! I think I may post this to my blog and direct it to your site.

  13. The Fairy says:

    I haven’t had much luck making my own tasty ice pops, but this has me wanting to try again!

  14. stonner says:

    i want these!

  15. I live in Phoenix, AZ so these recipes are just what I needed. Great post!

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  18. tessa says:

    Soooo Cooool ! Everyone esp. my grandson would love these icies. What a great idea! Thanx :))

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