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The thing about pops is that I never feel guilty about how many I eat because they are so teeny tiny. And they’re adorable. And they’re fun to make. And they’re always a hit. So really, there’s no reason not to make them. Check out these cool ideas for things that you never thought to make as pops.
Pancake Pops are extra fun because you can dip them. We serve them with jams, maple syrup, and flavored syrups. The best part is that the syrup doesn’t have time to soak in.
The Oreo-lover in your life will thank you when you serve Oreo Pudding Pops. Let’s be real, everyone will thank you.
In order to make Cinnamon Bun Pops without feeling guilty about eating them, I drizzle the icing as shown instead of glazing them in the traditional way.
Chocolate and peanut butter are a marriage as iconic as pb&j. Check out these Peanut Butter Cup Pie Pops for a delicious flaky way to serve your favorite pc&c candy.
Get your kids to help prepare these delicious Fresh Fruit Frozen Yogurt Pops. The popsicle sticks are a fun arts and crafts project and they can help wrap in the individual pops.
What’s better than a waffle pop? PB&J Waffle Pops! We try a different jelly every time we make these. They are even better with homemade jelly of course.
Any kind will do when you are making Pie Pops. We make our with seasonal flavors but I haven`t surprised the kids with heart shapes yet. They’ll love this!
I have always loved French toast and my kids are going to love French Toast Pops! The flower shapes are great too. They won’t mind some stars and hearts either.
I personally don’t understand the s’mores hype but everyone seems to love these Caramel S’More Pops. Truth be told, I never really liked marshmallows so it’s just me.
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