I made a puree with some frozen strawberries and blueberries and just a little water, then filled the Sunsella Mighty Pops Molds, set them in the holder and placed them in the freezer. That's all there was too it! No added sugar or artificial sweeteners. No artificial colors or flavors. Just all natural fruit pops! And when we got busy and I didn't have time to make a fruit puree, I just filled the molds with 100% grape juice! My daughter loved them. The silicone molds are great because the pops slide right out but they are still easy for little hands and big hands to hold on to. I've used the hard plastic molds in the past and never really liked them because the ice pop wouldn't come out easily and I would end up ripping out the stick or would have to run the mold under hot water before they would pop out. But the silicone is so much better! There are even little caps for each mold.
The set comes with 6 ice pop molds. All 6 ice pop molds are a different color so if you have more than one child, they can eat choose their own color. They are dishwasher safe so they are easy to clean. Plus the best part is that they meet all FDA standards and are BPA free. These are going to be great for summer! Something else that they are good for making.....Pedialyte pops! Once when my daughter was sick this past summer, we bought some frozen Pedialyte pops. They were great for helping to cool her down because she had fever and she liked the Pedialyte. But they were super expensive and the box didn't have very many pops for the price. But now I can buy the cheaper store brand of Pedialyte and make my own pops with the Sunsella Ice Pops Mold! Making these are cheaper and making fruit pops at home is healthier and cheaper than the store bought. Plus the price of the mold is super cheap too!
By purchasing the Sunsella Mighty Pops Mold on Amazon, you'll also get a free ebook full of 50 ice pop recipes. It even tells you how to make yogurt parfait pops. Yum!
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