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BPA-free Kinderville Ice Pop Molds are a Must for Summer

We’ve found a new favorite for hot Summer days!  The Little Bites Silicone Ice Pop Molds by Kinderville make creating healthy, homemade, toxin-free popsicles a cinch.  The only thing that goes into your kiddo’s treat are the fresh ingredients you choose.  And I have to admit, we’ve been going a little crazy around here with the new recipes!  Be sure to check out our Yogurt Fruit Pop recipe on our sister blog Real Baby Real Food.

The unique Kinderville design is like no other we’ve seen, with a tapered design that works like a push-pop.  They even have a fluted rim to helps any channel melted popsicle run back into the mold and not over little hands!  Their made from highly durable silicone, which is not only dishwasher safe, but also refrigerator, freezer-safe AND microwave safe too!  They measure 2 1/8″ wide by 5″ tall, hold about 3.5 oz and don’t require sticks (another convenience factor!).

What are your favorite Summertime popsicle recipes?  We’d love to hear all about them, so feel free to show us what you got :)

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Alicia Voorhies is a Registered Nurse who decided to take a break to relax and enjoy her young kids after 13 years of working with disabled adults. She began to explore the world of alternative health ideas and was immediately attracted to the mysteries of endocrine disruptors and their effect on children. In 2007 she founded The Soft Landing along with her mom and sisters to help parents provide a safe, natural home for their children without drowning in an overwhelming sea of information.

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  • Jenbstamps

    These sound great. We use the KidCo ones but I like this design! I use yogurt, pureed fruit, and sometimes can sneak in a veggie (like a little carrot or sweet potatoes since my daughter has some sensory issues and food textures are a problem… but puree it and put it in a popsicle and she'll eat most things. Our favorite is Stonyfield Banilla Yogurt mixed with some frozen strawberries and just a little OJ to help it puree better.

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    I'm so relieved that someone is taking on the huge responsibility of educating parents as to environmental health hazards in everyday items and foods that we expose our children too. Great blog!

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    I like those, they really are the whole package for summer treats. They thought of everything from what the mold is made of to catching the drips!

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