Make your own ice pops inspired by world traditions

Dozens of polychromatic ice pops tumble to the floor every time I open my freezer, little frozen jewels of fruit that pack a punch on naked feet. That’s because my family can’t stop making ice pops. A silicone mold has been our best purchase of the pandemic. There’s been watermelon, peach and blackberry ice pops, whose seeds got so hard and scratchy that only my 4-year-old would eat them (looking like an extra from “The Walking Dead” every time). I love that it’s easy for my kids to help withou
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Make your own ice pops inspired by world traditions

Dozens of polychromatic ice pops tumble to the floor every time I open my freezer, little frozen jewels of fruit that pack a punch on naked feet. That’s because my family can’t stop making ice pops. A silicone mold has been our best purchase of the pandemic. There’s been watermelon, peach and blackberry ice pops, whose seeds got so hard and scratchy that only my 4-year-old would eat them (looking like an extra from “The Walking Dead” every time). I love that it’s easy for my kids to help withou
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