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The Best Bet


You can always shell out for someone else’s gourmet ice pop at Smorgasburg or Popbar, but where’s the pride—and hyperpersonalization—in that? Onyx’s stainless-steel molds ($39.99 at Brook Farm General Store, 75 S. 6th St., nr. Berry St., Williamsburg; 718-388-8642) let you create your own frosty inventions in three hours, give or take (freeze time depends on the creaminess, stickiness, or chunkiness of the concoction in question). Matching lids help guard against dripping, and the accompanying rack is a handy vessel for distributing your pops at a barbecue or storing uneaten ones in the freezer.


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