Introduction: LEGO Popsicles With Homemade Mold

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LEGO Popsicles are all time Kids favorite treat. I made the popsicle mold using Lego bricks and Aluminium foil sheet. It worked really great. The ingredients i used for the popsicles are strawberry, banana, guava and chocolate. I am very satisfied with the outcome of the cute shapes as well as the taste. Yum yum...

Step 1: What You Need for Making LEGO MOLD

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LEGO Bricks


Q tips

Aluminium foil sheets


Duct tape

Step 2: Making of LEGO Mold

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1. Take rectangle shape Aluminum foil sheet and fold it into square.

2. Place the lego brick on the centre ( top surface facing on the sheet) and fold the edges of the sheet to the top of the brick.

3. Now flip the foil wraped brick and use Q-tips to get the impression of the brick.

4. Seal the foiled brick with Duct tape to avoid leaking.

5. Trim the excess foil sheet and Duct tape using scissor.

6. Pull the Lego brick out gently. Mold is Ready now!

( I made 6 Molds for 6 Different Popsicles)

Step 3: Ingredients

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Fresh strawberry


Guava juice

Sweetened Condense milk

Semi sweet chocolate bar

Step 4: Making of Popsicles

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1. Take the chocolate bar in microwave safe bowl and microwave it for 1 minute. Set aside

2. Take 6 strawberries in blender and puree it and set aside.

Start pouring into the mold

1st Mold : Fill it with fresh strawberry puree.

2nd Mold : Fill it will Guava juice

3rd Mold : Combine 4 pieces of Banana and a tablespoon of melted chocolate. Then pour it into the mold.

4th Mold : Combine Strawberry puree and a tbsp of melted chocolate. Fill it in the mold.

5th Mold : Combine Strawberry puree and Condense milk. Fill it in the mold.

6th Mold : Combine a tbsp Melted chocolate and condense milk. pour it in the mold

All popsicles are ready to freeze now!

Step 5: Freeze It

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1. Freeze all the popsicles for an hour. Once it become little hard, insert skwer in the centre of the mold.

2. Freeze it all overnight.

How to Unmold:

1. Remove the duct take using scissor and then tear the aluminium foil ( It is very simple and easy)

Step 6: LEGO Popsicles!

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MicioGatta (author)2014-08-16

Great! If summer will ever come, maybe I'll make them.

sunshiine (author)2014-08-12

These turned out so nice. Stopped by to congratulate you! Nice win. Hope your day shines.


msw2001 (author)2014-08-05

Great idea thank you

macmickey (author)2014-08-04

Great idea! Next step for me: using Illustrator and Photoshop to get a 3D model printed for (re)using!

PinchOfChili (author)2014-08-02

So cool! Thanks for sharing!

jonniegunz68 (author)2014-08-01

Love this Instructable, it has many possibilities to make it personalized!

jcassidy5 (author)2014-07-31

Great idea and very well explained.
However, I don't like how wasteful it is though... every popsicle would create aluminium foil and duct tape waste.
It would be great to be able to make something reusable.
I suppose use 3D printing to create the mould... but I don't have one of them!
For a one off, it's OK. But for any more...emm I'll have to have a think!

Khaweya (author)jcassidy52014-08-01

Thats really good idea. But i don have knowledge abt 3D printing and all. Ll learn it.

Thanks you :)

zenilorac (author)2014-07-31

quick and dirty mould making! love it!

Khaweya (author)zenilorac2014-08-01

:P Thank you

patsheldon (author)2014-07-31

my goodness, how fun!!

Khaweya (author)patsheldon2014-08-01

Yes, It was so much fun to make these molds. I enjoyed it lot :)

slokaz (author)2014-07-31

Those look so yummy I need to make some!

Khaweya (author)slokaz2014-08-01

Pls try it and share ur lego popsicles pic here :) Thank you

叫我总攻大人! (author)2014-07-30

Looks very dilicious!

Yes It was so yumm :)

ExactlyLastWeek (author)2014-07-30

Oh yes this will be just right

Khaweya (author)ExactlyLastWeek2014-08-01


anapet01 (author)2014-07-30

I am going to make these, thank you!

Khaweya (author)anapet012014-08-01

pls post ur lego popsicle pic here :)

Khaweya (author)anapet012014-07-31

ya ok try it....

SannuWar (author)2014-08-01

Wow thumps up for the idea itself :)

Khaweya (author)SannuWar2014-08-01

Thank you Sannuwar :)

iixx_ 15 (author)2014-08-01


sabu.dawdy (author)2014-07-31

I really like this idea :D

Khaweya (author)sabu.dawdy2014-07-31

thank u:-)

Verticees (author)2014-07-30


Khaweya (author)Verticees2014-07-31

thank u:-)

liz lindke (author)2014-07-30

I really like these

Khaweya (author)liz lindke 2014-07-31

thank u:-)

Kiteman (author)2014-07-30

I love the mould-making technique!

Khaweya (author)Kiteman2014-07-31

thank you so much:-)

Abigail02 (author)2014-07-30

So cool!

Khaweya (author)Abigail022014-07-31

thank you:-)

CreativeChloe (author)2014-07-31

I love the way you made the moulds!

Khaweya (author)CreativeChloe2014-07-31

thank u:-)

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