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A few Easters ago, while we were living in China, we came across bunny popsicle molds.  Of course we had to buy them.

This year, I rediscovered the popsicle molds hiding in one of our boxes of Easter decorations. It’s been non-stop popsicle making ever since!

popsicle mold

There are so many choices!
Juice pops
Homemade yogurt pops
Pumpkin Pie pops
Any-flavor Pudding pops
Chocolate Mousse pops
Chocolate Pudding pops

Below, an Apple-sicle (apple juice pop)


And an Acai-sicle(acai juice).

I’m having entirely too much fun with this.

Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 

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  1. brandi says:

    those bunny-sicles are so cute! and I love your polka dot nails :)

  2. runsarah says:

    Too cute! Love the ideas for fun summer desserts.

  3. Erin says:

    So cute!!
    I love you and your grains. I need to branch out!

  4. Ricki says:

    The pops all sound yummy–and love those nails! 😉

  5. coco says:

    cute pops!!! 😀
    which part of China were you living? do you speak chinese?

  6. Meg says:

    Love the bunny popsicles! I definitely have to try some rye flakes!

  7. Paulina says:

    Cute! And the Rye Flakes? I’ll have to try those!

  8. Marianne says:

    Oh man, I remember making popsicles all the time when I was a kid. I loved busting out that popsicle mold and making all sorts of juicy flavoured pops. Alas, I don’t think my mom has it anymore :( I should buy a new one. HA!

  9. Sally says:

    Cutest popsicle molds ever!

  10. marafaye says:

    mmmm rye is soooo good!

  11. Meredith says:

    The bunny popsicles are too cute!

  12. Meg says:

    Ahh I’d totally have to say a pina colada-sicle! In a really cute bunny popsicle mold, of course!

  13. Emmy says:

    Goodness that little bunny popsicle mold is adorable.


  14. Peanut Butter and Banana sicle would be my fav!

  15. Bibis says:

    Aww i luv pop sicles too much!!!
    I have a pop sicle store in frot of my school and another one near my house :s im a pop sicle addict!
    My faves are mango, watermelon, hot pineapple and coconut!

  16. miss v says:

    you could turn green smoothies into popsicles… yum!

  17. Jodye says:

    Cutest popsicles I ever did see!

  18. broccolihut says:

    Aw man, this reminds me of this phase I went through in high school. I became obsessed with my popsicle maker and would freeze just about anything. I made some pretty killer choco-nana pudding pops!

  19. Leah says:

    They look great and your polka dot nails look so cute!

  20. I think strawberry banana popsicles would be delicious and very refreshing for this 90+ weather we have been having lately!

  21. ikkinlala says:

    I think we actually tried making margarita-sicles once, but the tequila kept them from freezing (I think my dad might have been a bit heavy-handed with it). Oh well, the slush was good.

    I loved the ones we made last year with strawberry puree and coconut milk.

  22. Cecilia says:

    Love me some lemon lime or strawberry pops … too bad its getting cooler here in Aus :( oh speaking of popsicle, have u ever came across those that taste like antibiotics/toilet cleaner …. 😯 URGHHHH! What’s up with that?!!

    OH OH KATIE … you should freeze some of those coconut milk (turtle mountain ones?) those wud taste so awesome I bet!

  23. MizFit says:

    you lost me with those nails.


  24. necesseaties says:

    Love your nails xD!
    They compliment your colorful variety-filled meals (hahha that sounded weird but true!)
    My ideal popsicle would have to be a custardy creme brulee with frozen raspberries in it *pardon my drooling

  25. I mix almond or coconut milk into my homemade pops to make them creamier. The almond milk (or even sesame milk) also adds protein and calcium which is a total bonus.

  26. Great nails and great lollies! On a hot summer’s day, I prefer ice lollies rather than creamy ones and I’m quite partial to cider lollies. Yum!

  27. And the rye flakes sound really interesting. I’ll have to get some the next time I go shopping.

  28. Emily says:

    Bunny popsicle mold = way too cute!
    I love chocolate pudding pops, especially in the summer!

  29. Coconutgal says:

    I love homemade pops!! What in the world is the song at the beginning of this post? I’ve never heard it before?

    I can’t believe you didn’t feature a photo of a Chocolate Mousse pop!! That sounds amazingly delicious!!!
    Your nails = awesome

  30. laci says:

    Wouldn’t it be cool f you could get a coconut milk cream center inside a strawberry sorbet popsicle? :-)

  31. Sagan says:

    Too cute and tasty! Except not sure I’d be a fan of a spinach-sicle… 😉

  32. Virginia says:

    those are too adorable!! i used to love creamsicles growing up….but fudge pops were my all-time fave!

  33. Jessica says:

    Those popsicles are taking me back to the old days…my mom used to make em all the time when I was a kid! I think I’d like a strawberry coconut version :)

  34. Those popsicle molds are so adorable!

  35. Julie says:

    oh my god i LOVE that popsicle maker! SO cute :) i would loveee mint chocolate chip popsicles!!

  36. I love the coconut milk pop idea! I can’t wait to start making fun seasonal foods like popsicles and homemade ice cream. Our temps will FINALLY hit the 80s by this weekend and I CANNOT WAIT!

  37. Brandi C. says:

    Perfect Timing for a Popcicle Post =]
    Your beautiful pics looks DELICIOUS!

  38. Emily says:

    Im all over the chocolate-y pops!

    I tagged you! 😉

  39. Kris says:

    Acai-cicle. That sounds delicious!

  40. Diann says:

    Those molds are so cute! How about a strawberry mango pop?

    Love that purple cabbage!

  41. Elyse says:

    Mmm, those acai-sicles look totally yummy! What cute pops–and such potential. It’s about 90 degrees in my apartment right now; I could totally go for one of those pops!

  42. Vegetation says:

    Hahahaha! I actually have these exact (i’m pretty sure they’re exact) bunny moulds in the cupboard somewhere. I’ll have to dig them out!!

  43. Lauren says:

    Adorable popsicle stick!! I love it!

  44. Sina says:

    Oooh, that reminds me of searching our popsicle-molds!
    I’d like to try a Pina Colada-popsycle (minus the alcohol) because I like coconut-flavoured stuff!

  45. Sina,

    I’m right there with you. Anything with coconut is awesome in my book! (And if it’s coconut-chocolate, that’s even better!)

  46. jrsimon56 says:

    What a hoppy little friend! Thanks for the punkin’ recipe. I always have cans of pumpkin lurking in my cabinets that need using.