A few weeks ago we picked up a set of Sip-A-Pop freezer molds, $4, and have been having fun pureeing and freezing every fruit in the house. First we used the left-over mint-and-blackberry concoction we had made for juleps. Then we tossed some watermelon into the blender and froze that (most recipes call for you to add sugar, but I don’t think it’s needed). These molds work fine, but honestly I’d rather find something smaller and more traditional, like maybe these Norpro Ice Pop makers, $13, or these from kitchenetc.com, $17. For the next batch, I’m thinking of trying out this recipe from New York mag, that’s for a watermelon and cucumber pop. Sounds refreshing, doesn’t it? How do you make popsicles at your house? I’d love to know. — Angela M.