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[Kitchen Hacks] Use a Syringe to fill your Popsicle Molds without making a mess

Use a syringe to fill your popsicle molds without making a mess

Kitchen Hacks – I’ll be publishing a series of tips & tricks in the kitchen. Some may be super basic and you know them already but maybe you’ll find something that will make your life easier!

Am I the only one who always makes a huge mess when I try to fill my popsicle molds with a spoon because the molds are too tight? Using a syringe is the perfect method to fill them easily without making any mess. You don’t have to be a junkie to have syringes at home (:P), you can order them online too. I actually use them a lot in the kitchen…for example whenever I want to fill liquid into a container with a tight opening or whenever I want to fill muffins or donuts!  There are a lot of uses for them really. I clean them properly and re-use them.

By the way vegan yoghurt (I especially love the vanilla flavored, or blueberry is great too!) makes the perfect base for homemade popsicles. They are a great treat for hot summer days. It’s super easy and quick but tastes amazing. You should try it out if you haven’t already.

How are you filling your popsicle molds? Any other ideas? I’d love to know in the comments!

Use a syringe to fill your popsicle molds without making a mess

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Natalie @ Feasting on Fruit

Saturday 4th of July 2015

I love your kitchen hacks :) This would be awesome for filling mini muffins too, I always make a mess with those!


Saturday 4th of July 2015

Oh yes, totally - another great use! Thank you so much, Natalie <3

Ayal @ Love Low Fat

Thursday 2nd of July 2015

Brilliant! I'm sure there are a million other uses for the syringe too, love it when little things make life easier!


Friday 3rd of July 2015

Yes! I'm sure you can do even more with a syringe in the kitchen :) Thanks Ayal!