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Desert Island Pops

If you don't have pyramid molds for the treetops, any one-quarter-cup mold may be used for the tops of these pops. The bottom is a three-ounce white plastic bathroom cup.

  • Yield: Makes about 1 dozen
Desert Island Pops

Source: Martha Stewart Kids, Summer/Fall



  1. Fill pyramid molds with honeydew syrup. Freeze about 30 minutes, until mixture starts to harden, then insert a wooden pop stick into each pop. Freeze until hard.

  2. Fill each 3-ounce cup with the blue drink. Place cups on a small metal baking pan; freeze until almost frozen, about 50 minutes. Unmold each frozen pyramid pop, and insert its pop stick into an almost frozen blue base. Freeze until entire pop is frozen solid; overnight is best.


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