To fill our needs, make these round ones into larger popsickle sizes: 4 ounces or 6 ounces would be better. Plus, make sets where you can make 12 or 20 at a time -- filled by one blender full (7 cups). Make 3 rows with 6 popsickles formed per row, with the center row staggered swo that the while thing takes up as little freezerspace as possible. I have been using dixie cups, dropped into holes cut in cake carrying tupperware lids to make ours, but yours would store in baggies and take less space for bulk making, like for selling at fairs. I use heavy duty plastic knives, with the indented handles slid in the pop to make for difficult removal, or sliding off. Also, make more reuseable sticks availoable, separately, so once frozen they can be bagged, and the molds reuseable immediately thereafter, rather than tied up in the freezer. Just some thoughts. And, cheaper prices would be nice too. These ARE just a tiny bit of plastic, after all. M.
Reviewed by: margie from alaska.