Easy Treat: Make Your Own Popsicles at Home

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The kids will have a blast creating their own pop-masterpieces. Credit: Zoku

Put an end to messy homemade juice pops that take forever to freeze with the adorable Zoku Quick Pop Maker. Keep the base in the freezer so it's always ready to go, then pour in your favorite juice, and have fresh frozen pops in as little as 7 minutes -- no electricity required.

Use any juice that has natural sugar content, or lightly sweetened yogurt or pudding. Experiment with different flavor combinations; layer in slices of kiwi, bananas or crushed pineapple; or get really creative and make really neat striped pops.

Available from Zoku for $49.95.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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