I have been making my daughter frozen pops since she was a baby. I got these little net holders that you could put frozen fruit in and she would gnaw on it to help with teething. Ever since I have been making her healthy frozen pops out of all kinds of fruit combinations, milk and sometimes yogurt. I love to use Greek yogurt to up the protein nutrition of the frozen pop. Making them homemade also lets you take control of how much sugar is going into it too.
I have been using traditional frozen pop makers for a while now but found them to be too messy for my three year old to eat. She can get distracted a lot and when she doesn't eat the frozen pop fast enough it melts all over the place. I love that the Sunsella Silicone Popsicle molds contain the frozen pop inside even when it is melting. It is also cool to have a top to close it shut whenever she doesn't finish a one.
I love that these are reusable and silicone because they are so durable. They are so easy to just open the top, fill them up and set them to freeze. I didn't have anything to hold them upright so I just froze them on it's side and they set up perfectly without any spills. Since they are made out of silicone with just a little squeeze of the bottom the remaining frozen pop, pops up and it so much easier on little hands. The are also really easy to clean too.
You can purchase your own set of Sunsella Mighty Pops on Amazon.