Brand New & Adorable Tovolo Ice Pop Molds

Do I have some cute news for you! New to the ice pop world this year are some sweet new Tovolo popsicle molds. Such as…

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Tovolo Bug Pop Molds: These new Tovolo are the first new molds to come along in a long while and they’re so cute too. The set features 3 unique designs (2 each) of a Ladybug, Caterpillar and Beetle with extra thick BPA-free sleeves to help keep popsicles cold longer once outside of the freezer.

UPDATE – JUNE 2012:

In case you don’t read the comments, I’d like to point out that reader Amie says the following of the bug pop molds…

They are terrible. I too usually love Tovolo molds, but these are awkward to use for adults, never mind kids. The handles are disproportionately skinny given the large pop size. My two and a half year old can’t even hold them up straight because they are so top heavy.

Other comments on the Amazon review page say much the same, so if you’ve got younger kids you may want to rethink these molds and go with another choice from my ultimate ice pop mold post. It’s really not Tovolo’s best ice pop mold year.

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The adorable stem-like handle offers a better grip for little hands and a drip guard. There’s also a really fun leaf-shaped base that doubles as ice pop serveware.

But that’s not all. Tovolo has another fun new set on the market this year that’s utterly unique.

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Tovolo Twin Pop Molds:

UPDATE – June 2012: DO NOT BUY the twin pop molds – read my terrible review.

The second new set is unlike any other set I’ve seen, in that these are like store-bought double pops. These BPA-free ice pop molds come in a classic double sided shape for modern fun with unique contoured sleeves that allow you to make two popsicles from one mold. The molds feature drip catcher and the base keeps pop molds secure from tips and spills in the freezer.

I love this idea – it’s great for younger kids who can’t eat a whole pop. It’s also the perfect way to keep one side icy cold as you eat the other.

I love new ice pop molds! Once you get your hands on these, try some awesome popsicle recipes…

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  1. Amie says

    Have you tried the Bug Pop Molds? I bought them after seeing them on your blog. They are terrible. I too usually love Tovolo molds, but these are awkward to use for adults, never mind kids. The handles are disproportionately skinny given the large pop size. My two and a half year old can’t even hold them up straight because they are so top heavy.

    Just wondering if you have used them and experienced the same issue.

  2. Jennifer Chait says

    Nope I haven’t tried them. They’re adorable though it’s frustrating to hear that they’re top heavy and non-useful. It’s not been a great year for Tovolo so far as ice pop molds are concerned has it? I LOVE their older molds. Maybe the design team went a little nutty this year (did you see my horrid review of the twin pop molds?) I’ll add your comment to the above post and the other post about molds as well.

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