Fidget Popper Frozen Bark

Fidget Popper Frozen Bark

We appreciate multi-purpose items we can use in a variety of ways. The fidget popper is a great example—it’s a toy, an anxiety stress reliever, and a food-grade silicone mold. 

MOM TIP: Sensory fidget toys like the popper can calm, focus, and boost concentration in kids and adults through the repetitive motion of spinning, clicking, and popping.


Dessert Bark

  • chocolate, melted
  • round candies (chocolate chips, M&M’s, sprinkles, candy eyeballs)

Healthy-ish Bark

  • frozen blueberries
  • yogurt
  • sprinkles (optional)


  1. Make sure your fidget popper is clean and food-grade silicone (all of ours are) before you use it as a mold.
  2. Flip the mold over so that the pops are all facing downward. Then put any “add-ins” you want (such as chocolate chips, frozen blueberries, M&M’s, sprinkles, or candy eyeballs) into the bottom of the pops. This will make your add-ins visible when you pop the bark out of the mold.
  3. Next, fill the mold to the top with either yogurt or melted chocolate. Both are delicious.
  4. Place in the freezer until fully frozen, then carefully remove the strips of frozen bark and enjoy! 

I found the frozen yogurt came out easier than the chocolate and the bat came out whole while the pumpkin came out in strips.

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