BPA-free Popsicle Molds

Summer is just around the corner. It’s homemade ice pop time again! It’s often easy to find popsicle molds at thrift stores, but if you’re concerned about BPA and other potentially harmful chemicals in plastics, you’ll want to get your hands on some new molds. Here are some BPA-free options:

Stainless Steel Popsicle Mold ($39.95)

Norpro Ice Pop Maker ($15.59)

Annabel Karmel Fill and Freeze Puree Pops ($8.75) Use this one to freeze purees—great for teething babies

Kinderville Little Bites Ice Pop Molds ($14.99)

Prepara Volcanic Pop Molds Set of 4 ($8.99)

Now all you need are a couple recipes to get you started. How about these classics from some vintage Green Baby Guide posts?

Disguise vegetables in fruity popsicles

Organic homemade popsicles
Any more great popsicle mold suggestions? Send them our way!

Comments

  1. I haven’t tried it yet, but I heard shot glasses and popsicle sticks work well. Shot glasses are pretty cheap at our thrift store. I plan on making fruit and yogurt popsicles this summer.

  2. Ran across this idea the other day…. Popsicle made in 4oz canning jars.
    http://localkitchenblog.com/2011/06/07/cranberry-orange-rhubarb-popsicles/

  3. We have one of the Zoku popsicle makers from William Sonoma and it is fantastic. Instand popsicles! And since they freeze within minutes, they have that nice texture of store-bought pops. It isn’t cheap, but I have been through several kinds of molds in the past and I won’t have to replace this one. You can also get a storage case and extra sticks and make batches so they are always ready.

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