These Molds Let You Make And Eat Zombie Popsicles
Date Published: 09/11/2019 11:39 AM (Updated: 09/12/2019 3:30 PM)
Whoever said popsicles are just a summer time treat was sorely mistaken. Yes, they keep you cool on those hot sweltering days, but they also melt so fast in the sun that you have to give yourself a brain freeze just to keep yourself from getting covered with their sticky, sugary goodness. Thanks to these fun zombie silicone ice pop molds you can now make popsicles a Halloween time treat as well - and I guarantee you'll be able to enjoy them at your leisure this time of the year! Each mold comes with four unique zombies that will help you ring in this spooktacular time of year - or break the mold and enjoy these treats year round for some added fun!
If popsicles aren't your thing you could also create zombie suckers by using melted candy. Or use melted chocolate for a chocolatey treat.
Eating these treats will not only be delicious, it'll be fun. You get to hold onto the zombie's legs as the stick and as you devour your confectioners concoction. And the legs also serve as a drip guard to help keep your little one's hands clean. As you get to the center of your treat, you'll notice the zombie's ribs slowly appear with every lick...creepy? Cool? I think it's both!
How Do I Use This Zombie Mold?
No matter the type of treat you're creating the process is the same. Fill up the mold with whatever tasty treat you are using (fruit juice, candy, chocolate, margarita (adults only please), the possibilities are limitless). Insert the zombie leg handles into the liquid with the rib cages going into the liquid and place in the freezer or let set. When done you simply pull the zombie treat out of the mold - non inverting or warm water required!
The mold is made of BPA-free, food grade silicone so you know it will be safe for your little ones (and you) to enjoy. To clean you simply wash with mild soap and water.
Move over bomb pops and fudgesicles there's a new frozen treat in town!
Check out how to make these spooky treats (and get a recipe) in the below video!