Twin Pops (set of 4)

Your Price: $10.95
In Stock - Orders usually ship the next business day.
Item Number: :T9680

0.9 lbs shipping weight

These retro pop molds brings out the kid in all of us. The unique contoured sleeves turn out 8 single pops. The drip guard handles makes certain no mess is left on the hands while the base holds the pop molds secure from tips and spills in the freezer.

  • Each mold can be removed from the base separately, allowing you to enjoy your ice pop without melting the rest of them.
  • From start to finish our drip guards are designed to keep your hands clean and dry.
  • Use your ice pop molds for your favorite frozen treat. They are great with yogurt, ice cream, blended fruit or any type of juice.


  • Set of 8 sticks and 4 molds with a custom mold stand
  • Drip Guards
  • Ability to remove one pop at a time
  • Each mold holds about 4.5 oz when full.
  • You will need 18 oz (2 1/4 cups) total for the 6 freezer pops.
  • Dimensions: 6 1/4" long x 3 1/2" wide x 7 1/2" high
  • BPA Free
  • Dishwasher safe

    Four Easy Steps to Your Favorite Frozen Fantasy:

  • Choose your ingredients- Our syrups, pureed fruit, fruit juices, ice cream, yogurt or sorbet.
  • 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.
  • 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).
  • Un-mold 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.
  • 2 Stars
    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.
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    Reviewed by:  from alaska. on 10/25/2012

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