Ice Pops That Prove Molds Aren't Everything

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JOHNNY MILLER

Soak up the last month of summer with sweet, frozen treats. All you need are ingredients in your pantry and fridge — no special molds required. From ice cream to fruit, these ice pops will satisfy any sweet tooth through the final scorching days.

If you’re a fan of buckeyes (chocolate-covered peanut butter balls), consider this recipe your shortcut. As frozen pops, they can easily be served on sticks for sharing.

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Ree Drummond’s pops are easy to make in paper cups you can find at the drugstore or grocery store. These Ice Cream Freezer Pops are just four ingredients and so easy kids can make them.

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Don't settle for just a scoop again with these quick chocolate-dipped pops.

Serve your favorite pint of ice cream as pops. The shape is perfect for slicing into rounds that can then be coated in melted chocolate.

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Creamy mango lassi gets a summery twist in the freezer. Katie Lee adds ginger, cardamom and lime for an even more refreshing treat.

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Turn your ice cube tray into an ice pop maker. Giada De Laurentiis uses the trays to make sweetened raspberry ice cubes flavored with mint and lemon juice for a healthier fruit pop.

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