Giveaway: Summer Popsicle Fun!

Summer is here, and regardless of whether or not you are still living in air conditioner-less dorms, it’s officially HOT.

Have no fear. Small Kitchen College is giving away some “cool” products in the next few weeks, beginning today with these two awesome pop molds. We’ll be choosing two winners, and one will receive the Zoku Popsicle Maker (pictured above) and the other, these Cuisipro Sailboat Pop Molds (pictured below).

To win our Summer Popsicle Giveaway, you must:

  • Leave a comment below and tell us your favorite summer frozen treat or Popsicle flavor
  • Be a subscriber to the SKC newsletter. (we’ll check!!)
  • Become a fan of our Facebook Page
  • (Extra Entry) Tell your facebook fans about this contest – post the link and @Small Kitchen College
  • (Extra Entry) Tweet about this contest @BGSKCollege
  • (Extra Entry) Post about our book (with a link) on your blog or leave a comment about it on someone else’s site. You can also write an amazon review! Leave a comment below with the url to your mention.
  • (Two Extra Entries!) Buy our book online and forward us the purchase email confirmation to
  • For some inspiration, check out the sweet striped Orange Creamsicles and delicious Frozen Banana Bon Bons Chloe wrote about earlier this week!

    Good luck!

    –The Small Kitchen College Team

    Originally posted on Friday, June 10th, 2011

    88 Responses to “Giveaway: Summer Popsicle Fun!”

    1. Ali

      June 10th, 2011

      My favorite popsicle flavors are root beer, coconut, and fudge bars. I can’t pick just one. :)

    2. Yaffa

      June 10th, 2011

      I adore orange creamsicles. The cool citrus surface and delightful cream filling make it a perfect summer treat!

    3. melissa

      June 10th, 2011

      POPSICLES! I almost wish I was on the east coast right now, instead of mild Los Angeles, so I could have an urgent excuse to enjoy some delicious popsicles! I’m a fruit based gal, and really anything lemony or berry-y, but lately watermelon’s been winning my heart.

    4. Nora

      June 10th, 2011

      My favorite popsicle flavor would have to be grape, but my favorite frozen summer treat is definitely frozen lemonade!

    5. Andrew C.

      June 10th, 2011

      I like making frozen Arnold Palmers… half lemonade & half iced tea

    6. Gina G.

      June 10th, 2011

      I have a weakness for orange creamsicles!

    7. Ashley

      June 10th, 2011

      Tropical flavors like pineapple. Love it!

    8. Jessica

      June 10th, 2011

      I have a weakness for strawberry kiwi popsicles :)

    9. Bodi

      June 10th, 2011

      I haven’t made popsicles since I was a kid, when we always used to use frozen grape juice concentrate. I’m excited to continue the tradition with my six year old (with more gourmet flavors, like basil strawberry using the fresh fruits and herbs in my garden).

    10. Beth G

      June 10th, 2011

      We love making our own! Favorite kind: Peach Melba w/ pureed peaches mixed with macerated raspberries, a bit of vanilla yogurt and a drop of vanilla extract. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm…..

    11. Rose

      June 10th, 2011

      Mango is my go-to summer flavor for just about anything. So refreshing.

    12. Beth G

      June 10th, 2011

      Btw, tweeted about the contest (@semayawibeth) and liked you on FB too! :)

    13. Sarah

      June 10th, 2011

      I love a banana- flavored popsicle, so I am really excited to try Chloe’s frozen banana bon bons (because adding chocolate to anything really does make it better!)

    14. Sharon

      June 10th, 2011

      I get your newsletter.

    15. Sharon

      June 10th, 2011

      I have been dreaming of making Popsicles recently.

    16. Steph

      June 10th, 2011

      I wish I had something more clever but I really love classic cherry popcicles

    17. Aaron

      June 10th, 2011

      If I only get one then it would have to be orange popsicles.

    18. Becca

      June 10th, 2011

      Orange creamsicles are hands-down my favorite. When I was little, my mom always kept the freezer stocked with them. I still love them!

    19. Krista

      June 10th, 2011

      I can just taste all that frozen goodness! In Rhode Island, we have a slushy frozen Lemonade called “Del’s” after the people who make it. It vies for the state drink title with coffee milk every few years… I could make popsicles of both!

    20. Kate

      June 10th, 2011

      Anything kiwi for me!

    21. Annie B.

      June 10th, 2011

      I’m eating a homemade (in a paper cup) popsicle right now! … it’s a pineapple-orange creamsicle! … next batch I think I’ll add some coconut!

    22. Calla

      June 10th, 2011

      Ice cream sandwiches!

    23. Pam

      June 10th, 2011

      I love those chocolate eclairs from the ice cream man. I am a facebook fan and newsletter subscriber.

    24. Shannon K

      June 10th, 2011

      Though I enjoy many fancier desserts these days, bomb pops are still one of my favorite and most nostalgic frozen treats. Brings me right back to my grade school cafeteria!

    25. give peas a chance

      June 10th, 2011

      my fave are my Vietnamese coffee pops
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      June 10th, 2011

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    28. Cassandra

      June 10th, 2011

      My favorite is Blackberry Popsicles!

    29. Nichole

      June 10th, 2011

      I love fudgesicles!

    30. Cassandra

      June 10th, 2011

      FB post!

    31. Joanna

      June 10th, 2011

      My favorite frozen treat would be “grown up” ice cream sandwiches made using home-made cookies and my favorite ice cream flavor–strawberry!

    32. Sarah

      June 10th, 2011

      I long for the days of eating Bubble Plays! Remember the red sherbet ice cream in the shape of a baseball mit with a gum ball in the center from the ice cream truck? I heard they were discontinued which is so sad because there is nothing better at a hot summer block party!

    33. Liz

      June 10th, 2011

      I’m a big fan of mango cream frozen treats.

    34. Melissa

      June 10th, 2011

      My favorite frozen treat/popsicle flavor would have to be coffee ice cream with hot fudge as a sundae!!! something about the two flavors combining are just amazing. Growing up my fav treat was a chocolate dipped frozen banana.

    35. EmandM

      June 10th, 2011

      I’ve loved orange creamsicles since I was little =)

    36. ellen

      June 10th, 2011

      I love creamsicles.

    37. ellen

      June 10th, 2011

      I follow you on twitter and facebook!

    38. Maria Malaveci

      June 10th, 2011

      My favorite popsicle flavor is coconut/pineapple!

    39. Maria Malaveci

      June 10th, 2011

      Subscriber to the SKC newsletter.

    40. Maria Malaveci

      June 10th, 2011

      Fan of your Facebook Page!

    41. Shawn

      June 10th, 2011

      I love mom’s strawberry ice cream :)

    42. Shawn

      June 10th, 2011

      I am a fan on facebook and subscribe to the newsletter

    43. Kim

      June 11th, 2011

      wow, I can step up from ice cube tray pops!

    44. sara

      June 12th, 2011

      My favorite popsicle flavor has to be chocolate!

    45. sara

      June 12th, 2011

      I am a subscriber to SKC by email.

    46. sara

      June 12th, 2011

      I am a FB fan

    47. sara

      June 12th, 2011

      I tweeted!

    48. Alison

      June 12th, 2011

      I love frozen lemonade and fruit, especially strawberry, popsicles.

    49. Nelly Rodriguez

      June 12th, 2011

      I love dreamsicles. In Dominican Republic, the combination of milk and orange juice is called “Morir Soñando” (to die dreaming…) YUM!

    50. Nelly Rodriguez

      June 12th, 2011

      I’m subscribed to your newsletter!

    51. Nelly Rodriguez

      June 12th, 2011

      I’m a fan of your FB page!

    52. Nelly Rodriguez

      June 12th, 2011

      I shared on my FB!

    53. Nelly Rodriguez

      June 12th, 2011

      I tweeted about the giveaway:!/nella22/statuses/79996394731094016

    54. Elizabeth

      June 12th, 2011

      I love fudgy-chocolaty frozen treats in the summer.

    55. Elizabeth

      June 12th, 2011

      I subscribe to SKC newsletter.

    56. Elizabeth

      June 12th, 2011

      I “liked” you on FB!

    57. Abby

      June 12th, 2011

      Favorite popsicles…Lime or Dreamsicle! But I’d love to get creative with making my own.

    58. Jocelyn

      June 12th, 2011

      My favorite for summer are Mexican Helados or Mexican Popsibles “Helados Mexico” Brand. “Crema de Fresa” is a classic favorite strawberry cream flavor. Yummm! They also have more exotic flavors and ingredients are all natural.

    59. Danielle

      June 12th, 2011

      Favorite popsicle= coconut frozen fruit bars. They remind me of getting them from the “ice cream man” on the beach as a child

    60. Nicole

      June 12th, 2011

      I love mango Popsicles! And basically any fruit Popsicle… Gre up in Mexico and would have them alll the time!!!

    61. Karla

      June 12th, 2011

      My favorite flavor of ice pops is coffee/espresso. Love it!

    62. Elizabeth W

      June 13th, 2011

      I have subscribed to your newsletter!

    63. Elizabeth W

      June 13th, 2011

      I love cherry popsicles!

    64. Elizabeth W

      June 13th, 2011

      I have liked your Facebook page(Under Elizabeth Simi W)

    65. Elizabeth W

      June 13th, 2011

      I am a follower of yours on twitter and tweeted:

    66. Kristina Ziegler

      June 13th, 2011

      I love mango popsicles! I’m a fan on facebook!

    67. Claire

      June 14th, 2011

      When I make popsicles I love to make half of it raspberry and half of it lemonade! It is so refreshing! Also–for any New York City popsicle enthusiasts there is this amazing place, Popbar, that allows you to create the coolest combinations! Perfect for the summer time too!

    68. Kay

      June 16th, 2011

      I’m a subscriber!

    69. Kay

      June 16th, 2011

      I love strawberry or mango popsicles.. but honestly I’d love to make Jello pudding pops in these too, haha!

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    71. Sharon Hawley

      June 18th, 2011

      peanut butter and banana!

    72. angy

      June 19th, 2011

      it would have to be either coconut, lemon or fudge!!!

    73. Francine

      June 19th, 2011

      I wish the fudgesicles of today would taste like I remembered them as a kid – they just don’t taste the same anymore – but they were my childhood fave.

    74. Francine

      June 19th, 2011

      I’m already a FB fan

    75. Francine

      June 19th, 2011

      tweeted -!/1byspike/status/82519762910973953

    76. Francine

      June 19th, 2011

      And I’m a subscriber!

    77. Eunice

      June 19th, 2011

      I love the red, white, and blue Firecracker Popsicles!

    78. Kirsten T

      June 22nd, 2011

      My favorite- well that’s hard to say, something chocolate for sure, as a kid I loved the Drumstick cones, yum!

    79. Marcella

      June 23rd, 2011

      Just got here and love your site! I’ve seen some of the popsicle makers and they’re genius. Thanks for the contest! Crossing my fingers you pick me!

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