Monday, June 13, 2011

Pops, Pops, and More Pops

Tovolo star pop molds

I don’t know what it’s like where you are, but here, it’s hot.  It’s 90+ degrees everyday.  So my mind turns to cool things.  Must have cool things.   Like these Tovolo Green Star Ice Pop Molds.

Groovy Ice Pop Molds

Or these, Tovolo Yellow Groovy Ice Pop Molds

Pops Icy Treats for Everyone

Or how about, Pops!by Krystina Castella for ideas on what to do with your pop molds!

Yep, after coming in from gardening and desperately wanting an ice pop, and having none in the freezer, I decided something had to be done about it.  Off to Amazon I went, and as usual, I totally fell for the if you like this, you’ll love buying all three of these things together.  And they were right.  I have already made one set of pops, and while eating one hubby said, “Maybe you should buy two sets so that we can have choices and always have some in the freezer.”  Silly boy, I’m already on top of it, not only did I buy two sets, but I also got the book for ideas. 

So, this is just an intro, a promise of good things to come. 

13 comments:

Corinnea said...

Fun and yum!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) said...

Oh, yes! I've been tempted by this book, too. Thanks for going before, leading the way, and testing it out. I'm a year round sugar-free popsicle addict. It's about time I started making my own.

chellebelle said...

Oh Wow... I think I'm in love.. let me know if there are non dairy recipes in there will you?

Kat said...

I seriously need to gift these to my d-i-l. Thanks for the post.

Kim said...

Well, you know I'm excited about you making popsicles! I love the Pops cookbook, especially all the cool shapes and designs she created. I'm looking forward to more.

June said...

Brilliant, simply brilliant. I'm so on to this! Thanks Pam.

Barbara said...

Now that my kids are grown, I never think of making popsicles. (We used to improvise...no pop molds back then) I love the cover of this book and it promises great ideas inside. Putting it (and the molds) on my Amazon wish list. You're never too old for popsicles.

Marjie said...

Isn't it nice to have your great ideas validated by the person who shares the bills? I know more than a couple of guys who would be all over these!

merrilymarylee said...

You'll have to give me some really good recipes to keep me out of Luna Pops.

All Our Fingers in the Pie said...

A second childhood, I would say! These would be nice in our hot desert summer days (if that will ever happen).

Joanne said...

Score! I think it's time to steal/borrow my mom's pop molds.

CherylK said...

I am ordering these as soon as I leave this comment! I actually have a great excuse....eight grandchildren! Not that a person needs an excuse, of course.

Antoinette said...

Oh, Pam.... I have visited your blog many times before and been inspired to go make some dish you've shared (or loosely based on a dish you've shared). This time I might end up with a much lighter pocketbook, because look at those impressively designed popsicle molds! And I need some gourmet pops to make in them! Why I oughta..... *mock shakes fist in the air*