Ice Cream Pop Molds (Set of 4)

Your Price: $10.95
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Item Number: :T5279

0.8 lbs shipping weight

Nix ice cream cone troubles for good. No more melty mess with these soft-serve-style molds with cones that catch sticky spills. The whimsical design looks just like a real ice cream cone. The base keeps pop molds secure from tips and spills in the freezer. Each mold can be removed separately so you can enjoy one pop at a time. Slip out one pop at a time by simply gripping the handle and twisting from the base. Insulated plastic sleeves keep your pops colder, longer, outside the freezer. The built in drip guard puts an end to sticky fingers. These molds are dishwasher and food safe.


  • Set of 4 molds
  • Insulated plastic sleeves
  • Durable base keeps pop molds secure in freezer
  • Drip guard puts an end to sticky fingers
  • Ability to remove one pop at a time
  • Whimsical ice cream cone design
  • Top rack dishwasher safe
  • 2 different soft-serve swirl designs
  • Each mold holds about 2 oz
  • Base is about 5 1/4" x 5 1/4
  • Overall height with molds is about 6 1/4

    Four Easy Steps to Your Favorite Frozen Fantasy:

    (1) Choose your ingredients. Try pureed fruit, juices, ice cream, yogurt or sorbet. Also, try our delicious Rio Beverage Syrups

    (2) Fill each mold with your favorite recipe, or mix it up and use different recipes for each pop. Leave about 1/2" of space at the top, your pop will expand as it freezes.

    (3) Put the molds into the decorative base and pop them into the freezer and try to keep your hands off them for about 4 hours (or until they are frozen enough to eat).

    (4) Remove each pop by gently squeezing the sides as you pull on the stick, if you cant get the pop to budge run it under warm water for about 5 seconds and then try again.

  • 5 Stars
    Found original at a garage sale . Wanted more and was glad to find them here. They are just perfect and exactly what I was looking for.
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    Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Virginia. on 1/21/2014

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