What to Buy Trending Products & Deals These Ice Pop Bags Can Freeze Juice, Yogurt, Boozy Drinks, and More—and They're Less Than 10 Cents Each Over 8,000 Amazon shoppers have rated them five stars. By Rebecca Deczynski Rebecca Deczynski Rebecca Deczynski is a staff reporter at Inc. Previously a member of the e-commerce team at Dotdash Meredith, she wrote about shopping, health, and wellness for Health, Shape, and People. In addition to Food & Wine, Rebecca’s bylines have appeared in Travel + Leisure, Martha Steward Living, Refinery29, Delish, and Good Housekeeping, among others. Food & Wine's Editorial Guidelines Published on May 27, 2021 Share Tweet Pin Email We independently evaluate all recommended products and services. If you click on links we provide, we may receive compensation. Learn more. Enjoying an icy treat on a hot summer day is one of life's sweetest pleasures—which is why it's only natural to stock up your freezer at the first sight of clear blue skies and high temperatures. Your grocery store go-to's are always enjoyable, but with the help of a simple product, making your own ice pops of all kinds can be easier than you'd imagine. Over 8,000 Amazon shoppers love FroZip's disposable freezer tube bags for making their own custom frozen desserts. For $11, you'll get 125 disposable bags (making them less than 10 cents apiece) as well as a funnel that makes it easy to pour whatever you'd like into them. Reviewers recommend freezing fresh fruit juices, smoothies, and adult-approved boozy beverages. They can also be used to make travel-friendly yogurt tubes that are great for kids' lunches (and cost way less than the prepackaged options you'd buy at the store). The 10 Best Ice Cream Makers to Buy, According to Experts and Reviews Shoppers are impressed by the quality of the ice pop bags and say that they're "easy to use." The key, some say, is making sure you don't overfill them (there's a line that marks the maximum amount that the bag can hold). The funnel folds up, so it's easy to store, and customers say it's quick to clean, too. While the bags are disposable, some reviewers say you can rinse them out and reuse them once or twice with no problems. "I was afraid they were going to leak in the freezer before they had a chance to freeze, but that was NOT a problem at all. They are easy to use, and don't take up much room in the freezer," added another customer. "It's easy to grab them as you're running out the door, and you can throw them away when you're done, or 'zip' it back up if you don't finish it." Courtesy of Amazon To buy: Frozip 125 Disposable Ice Pop Mold Bags, $11 at amazon.com If your ice pops are a little too frozen to push them up out of the bags, shoppers also note that you can just run them under some warm water for a few seconds and they'll be good to go. Whether you want to put your mixology skills to the challenge, you're looking for a simple way to make healthy treats, or you want to save money by making your own ice pops, FroZip's disposable freezer tube bags are a summer "game-changer." Was this page helpful? Thanks for your feedback! Tell us why! Other Submit More Fresh Finds from Food & Wine This Compact Breville Toaster Oven Is a Space-Saving Favorite, and It’s Almost 40% Off Right Now The Safest Way to Store Knives You've Probably Never Thought Of Does This Viral Sushi-Making Tool Actually Work?