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The coolest new summer treats in the freezer aisle take their cues from beloved candy classics.
1. Breyers Blasts! Whoppers
Mini versions of the classic malted milk ball candy add crunch to fudge-swirled, malted vanilla ice cream. ($4.99 for 1.5 qt.)
2. Ciao Bella S'mores
In this grown-up version of the campout favorite, decadent chocolate-marshmallow gelato with chocolate chunks is sandwiched between two soft graham-cracker cookies. All that's missing is the campfire! ($4.99 for a box of 4)
3. Popsicle AirHeads Ice Pops
Like their candy cousins, these pops have a chewy-tart taffy thing going on. They come in four flavors, including the cult favorite, white "mystery." ($4.49 for a multipack box of 18)
4. Reese's Peanut Butter Ice Cream Cups
Shaped like the original treat, this bigger version is filled with luscious, nutty peanut butter ice cream. ($3.99 for a box of 6)
5. Popsicle Jolly Rancher Awesome Twosome Ice Pops
Two flavors, one wrapped around the other (blue
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Buy Use an ice-pop set that includes ten 3-oz. molds. Buy backup sticks at grocery or craft stores.
Store Frozen pops stay fresh and tasty in their molds for up to two weeks.
Serve Run warm water over the molds to loosen pops; serve immediately.
Party trick Slide a paper coaster "bib" up the stick to catch drips.
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