Out Cold: Summer Popsicle Fun

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Ice Pop Molds

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Photo by: Kang Kim ©Copyright Kang Kim 2012

Kang Kim, Copyright Kang Kim 2012

Serve dessert from one of these fun new ice pop molds.

Silicone Ice Pop Molds

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Ben Goldstein / Studio D Prop Stylist: Marina Malchin 917 751 2855 , Hearst Communications Inc., 2011

Use these Silicone Ice Pop Molds the traditional way or remove the stick and eat them as push pops instead. $12 for two; shopmastrad.com

Snap Fit Molds

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Ben Goldstein / Studio D Prop Stylist: Marina Malchin 917 751 2855 , Hearst Communications Inc., 2011

Pull off one of these Snap-Fit Pop Molds and leave the rest in the freezer for later. $12 for six; cuisipro.com

Retro Twin Pops

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Ben Goldstein / Studio D Prop Stylist: Marina Malchin 917 751 2855 , Hearst Communications Inc., 2011

These retro-style Twin Pops make two pops in each mold — not that you need to share. $11 for four, Tovolo; kitchenkapers.com

Silicone Ice Pop Makers

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Ben Goldstein / Studio D Prop Stylist: Marina Malchin 917 751 2855 , Hearst Communications Inc., 2011

You can ditch the stick entirely with these easy-to-fill Silicone Ice Pop Makers; you just squeeze out the pop. $11 for four, Norpro; cheftools.com

Volcano Fillable Ice Pop Molds

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Ben Goldstein / Studio D Prop Stylist: Marina Malchin 917 751 2855 , Hearst Communications Inc., 2011

These Volcano Fillable Ice Pop Molds leave space in the center for fresh fruit, ice cream or whipped cream. $10 for four, Prepara; surlatable.com for stores

Flute Pops

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Ben Goldstein / Studio D Prop Stylist: Marina Malchin 917 751 2855 , Hearst Communications Inc., 2011

The handles on these Flute Pops have a built-in sip spout so you can slurp up any melty drips. $6 for four, West Bend; amazon.com

( Popsicle photograph by Kang Kim; Mold photographs by Ben Goldstein/Studio D. Photograph)

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