Giarraffa Co Cake Push Pop Containers 24 Ct with Screw in Stick and Base, 1" Flat Top Lids and 1-12 Hole Paperboard Tray
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- Includes 12 hole paper board tray. Threaded Screw In Stick and Base Design.
- 1" tall flat top lid design let you build your toppings even higher!
- Giarraffa Co Professional Food Service Grade
- Perfect for cake shooters and push up cakes
- Washable, Reusable,Recyclable, Freezer Safe, BPA Free Holds 3.04 liquid fluid oz. or 2 mini cupcakes
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They say disposable, but there is no way I'm throwing them out. They can handle years of use. Granted, I'm sure we'll have some parts lost along the way, but will last a long time.
I like that you don't have to freeze them with the push up stick in them. I can stand them nicely in my freezer door and then you just grab a stick when you're ready to eat. They also seal up very nicely (unlike many popsicle molds!), so you shouldn't have any spills in your freezer.
Sometimes I just scoop sherbert into them for individual kid friendly serving sizes. Other times we puree fresh fruit, strawberries, melons and mix with sherbert, pudding, fruit juice or even a little cool whip for a yummy and healthier treat. I think I will order another batch and set aside for next summer.
TIP: I didn't buy the holder, and so when I went to freeze them, it was "uh oh" time. So, I simple put 3 of them, upright, into an empty quart sized yogurt container (sour cream or cottage cheese containers work, too). I make about 6 pops at a time, per my recipe, and this worked great! And fits into my freezer better, too, than a huge container designed for a dozen or more. For smaller batches, this works out fine.
I've wasted money on FOUR different kinds of pop makers over the years, and FINALLY, have found a terrific one that really works. Highly recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I received these in the mail today, and I plan on using them for my daughters birthday party. However, I'm already impressed. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Malina Cleary