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Kids love popsicles any time of year, and moms love knowing exactly what their popsicles are made of. The Orka Ice Pop Maker is perfect for making home made popsicles without an icecream maker. Freeze your favorite juice, or blend your own fruit and yogurt combo and pour-the possibilities are endless. Our stand provides easy trasport and storage in the freezer and prevents tipping. The cup-shaped base catches drips as you eat-no more messes from melting. Our silicone tabs make the pops easy to remove from their molds.-no need to run under hot water, as you do with most popsicle molds. Hand wash, or dishwasher safe. Save money with home-made popsicles and rest assured that your kids will have a healthy and tasty alternative to store-bought treats.
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Wish they twice the size........they work just fine, they just make very small Ice Pops.Published 8 days ago by Cyndi White
This product did not meet my expectation, it appears to be made of flimsy plastic, I had to toss it when it finally arrived after a very long wait. Delivery time was way too longPublished 8 days ago by Winsome
Easy to peel off! So much better than having to bang your handmade Popsicle molds or melt them by having to play it under hot water. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Anthony R.
Use these every weekend to freeze leftover smoothie. No kids in the house - this is for ourselves!Published 27 days ago by Kalamahina
I purchased these for my son and his wife because I have a set myself and they are a lot easier to take the cover off the pop than with other types. Read morePublished 29 days ago by P. Barnes
Once you get the hang of peeling off the cover, beautiful Popsicle!Published 1 month ago by J. R. Gordon
These make pretty popsicles, but unfortunately the two pieces of the white stick part came apart after only a few uses. Had to throw them away. :(Published 1 month ago by Theresa
We use these all the time. The only downfall is that the top break easily ... not all is lost since they still work, but they could be designed to be all one piecePublished 1 month ago by Bill Berry