You Can Buy Spooky Zombie Popsicle Molds On Amazon, Just In Time For Making Halloween Treats
These are so cute!
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The zombies are coming … to your freezer!
Just in time for Halloween, Amazon is selling zombie Popsicle molds. The four-mold Popsicle set, which sells for $13.99, is pretty spooky and comes with a major gore factor. We’re talking X’s for eyes, those tilted heads that so often characterize the undead and tongues lolling out. Suffice it to say that these Popsicles don’t skimp on the details!
Each of these silicone molds is a different design, so you can create an entire cast of zombies, providing a delicious — and delightfully spooky! — frozen treat alternative to your kid’s Halloween candy haul.
If you don’t want to go the Popsicle route (hey, it’s getting chilly out!), you could also use melted chocolate to make zombie chocolate bars. Just add googly eyes!
The silicone Popsicle molds are BPA-free and easy to clean with soap and water. They can’t be washed in the dishwasher, though.
Zombies not your thing? There are other Halloween-approved options bidding for a spot in your freezer! These monster Popsicles are on sale over at Amazon for under $16. Just like the zombies, the monster Popsicles come in four different designs and also don’t disappoint in the detail department. We spot fangs!
Need some Popsicle inspiration? Check out these gourmet DIY Popsicles that you can easily make at home. There are recipes for flavors as varied as blueberries and cream or cucumber, agave and mint. Or you could go the boozy route and make a “Jack and Coke” frozen zombie treat. Or try one of these spiked Popsicle recipes. (Psst, the bourbon butterscotch latte one is perfect for fall.)
Hosting a zombie-themed party this Halloween? You can also add zombie flamingo yard ornaments to your lawn.
How’s that for dead-ication?
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