We’ve seen one stainless steel popsicle mold here before, but I’ve never tried them because they’re fairly expensive and I’ve read some wacky reviews of the set on Amazon, noting that steel shavings show up in the popsicles (yikes). No idea if it’s true, but that’s what I’ve read. Anyhow, recently I came across these stainless steel molds below.
Freezycup Stainless Steel Individual Ice Pop Mold– these molds don’t come in a full set (sold in singles) but I haven’t read any weird reviews of them.
The molds shown above are sold by Life Without Plastic. These molds offer a plastic-free way to prepare healthy organic popsicles for the whole family. Each popsicle mold cup holds about 100 ml / 3.5 oz of your favorite popsicle mixture and can be frozen individually. There’s no bulky tray to take up room in your freezer, because these stand upright all on their own.
The molds are made of high quality food grade stainless steel and are BPA-free, lead-free and phthalate-free. They’re also tested in a third party accredited laboratory to ensure compliance with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (2008) (CPSIA) and the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA).
Each Freezycup is sold individually and comes with 3 reusable bamboo sticks and 2 silicone gaskets (blue and red). Dishwasher safe.
If you do feel like you need a base, Life Without Plastics offers the Freezycup Ice Pop Mold Holder shown above. This high quality, durable, custom crafted wooden tray will hold up to 4 molds and would be good for top-loading freezers that don’t have flat stable surface options. If you’ve been looking to try a low cost stainless steel mold (these are under $8 a pop) then Freezycups are a good bet.
Learn more about homemade ice pops below:
- Organic Homemade Popsicle Q&A
- Non-Toxic Popsicle Molds for Homemade Popsicles
- How to make organic homemade vegan popsicles
- 50 Homemade Organic Yogurt Popsicle Recipes & Yogurt Ice Pop Tips
- 100 Homemade Organic Popsicle Recipes