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Norpro Ice Pop Maker

by Norpro
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List Price: $18.99
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Popsicle Maker
  • Made of BPA free durable plastic
  • Create fun and healthy treats anytime
  • Makes 10: 3-ounce treats, includes 24 wooden treat sticks
  • Transforms juice, fruit, yogurt, and even pudding into delicious frozen snacks
  • Hand washing recommended
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Product Details

Size: Popsicle Maker
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 5 x 4 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002IBJOG
  • Item model number: 423
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (465 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #232 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: Popsicle Maker

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Create treats using juices, purees, yogurt, applesauce, gelatin, fruit, ice cream and pudding. Makes 10 3oz/90ml treats. BPA free, durable plastic with grommets in lid to hold sticks upright and straight. Includes 24 wooden treat sticks. Hand washing recommended.

Product Description

Norpro's Frozen Ice Pop Maker, makes 10 3oz treats. High quality, durable plastic with aluminum top. Create your own unique frozen treats using juices, purees, yogurt, gelatin, fruit, ice cream, pudding, jams and jellies. 24 sticks included.


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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use and clean.
J. C. Wilson
First off, the holes on top seem to be loose when you place sticks in, but when the popsicles are frozen, removing them from the mold is very hard.
atav
Our family is very happy with this, and we'll probably buy another one.
J. Busby

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

730 of 736 people found the following review helpful By KBarb on December 4, 2011
Size Name: Popsicle Maker Verified Purchase
Note (10/5/2012) : The latest version has a blue plastic lid instead of the original slotted aluminum lid. The new design is intended to hold the sticks better, vertically, and indeed people do seem to say that it works as intended. My review is for the original model w/ the aluminum lid, but almost everything still applies.]

I love this popsicle maker - it's very well made and easy to use - especially for the price (which seems to vary (sometimes by the hour !) between $11.xx in the Winter to $18.xx in the Summer - I paid $13.xx Winter-2011).
And I like the classic popsicle shape it makes and that it uses standard pops sticks. If you use a pops maker with custom sticks/holders, remember that you're going to have to collect them back from everyone later on.
I think I've used it 40-50 times by now, and it still looks like new.
But some of the low star reviews I've read, it's like they're talking about another product.
I haven't had any problems with sharp edges, slots being the wrong size, removing the pops, or cleaning it.

A few comments & tips - quite a few here, but all-in-all it's really pretty easy to use:

1. METAL EDGES (* * The new version has a plastic lid - reports are it seems to work ok) :

I'm not sure how (a few) people are deciding that there are sharp metal edges.
After reading about this I took the edge, and then the corner, and rubbed it up and down my cheek a couple of times - and nothing happened. I am a 6'-2" male, but I'm not made of leather either. You're definitely not going to get a good shave from it by any means.
So maybe the manufacturing is better now - I don't know - but I never had a problem with anything sharp - not even close.
In general the thing is very well made in my opinion.
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154 of 161 people found the following review helpful By Florida Girl on August 11, 2009
Size Name: Popsicle Maker
The Norpro Icepop Mold is great & fairly easy to use. I read all the reviews before purchasing this product. I leave a half-inch between the liquid and the top of the mold, then freeze until slushy (about a half-hour in my high-efficiency freezer), put on the metal cover, insert popsicle sticks and freeze until fully firm. I remove the metal cover, run warm water over the mold, grasp the sticks one at a time (there's some suction and then the popsicles pop out) and put each on plastic wrap, then three to four in a zip-lock freezer bag, and store in the freezer. I'm ready for the next flavor combo and my family helps themselves to great popsicles throughout the day. Our last flavor combo was honeydew melon with cream and Tupelo honey - & chopped pistachios.
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85 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Felicia A. Sullivan on April 17, 2012
Size Name: Popsicle Maker Verified Purchase
I bought this a couple of months ago, with the express purpose of making fresh fruit bars - no chemicals or sugar. Just used it last night for the first time and I was super impressed.

I made three different small batches just to test it out: 1) blueberry/strawberry, 2) mango/pineapple, 3) strawberry/banana.

These were a total hit with the kids AND my husband. I am very glad to see the kids eating "popsicles" that have no chemicals, additives, dyes, sugar, etc. And the ease of use is great. All I did was dump frozen fruit (purchased from farmer's market and frozen by me) into the blender, a splash of something citrus for flavor, and a little milk or fruit juice and blend. Pour into molds. DONE.

Based on other reviewers' comments, I put them in the freezer for about an hour, and then inserted the sticks. Also based on comments, I sprayed the inside of the molds with nonstick spray, and also ran hot water over the bottom of the molds before trying to remove the pops. All went spendlidly.

Most famous kid comment: "Mom, I can't believe I am not eating any sugar - this is great!"

Edited 5/2/12: Oh Em Gee, so there are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO many possibilities with this new toy! Fruit is coming in at the farmer's market now, and the combinations are endless. A few mint or lemon verbena leaves from my yard add a lovely hint of mint or citrus to combos you never would think of. Grinding up a key lime with the fruits adds a lovely citrusy flavor, and vanilla yogurt (homemade) is my new best friend with these pops. I use this so much that I even thought about purchasing one of those new "pop" books, but mine have been so fabulous that I don't even think I need it.
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116 of 129 people found the following review helpful By hipEchk on August 12, 2008
Size Name: Popsicle Maker
If you soak the sticks in water for about an hour before you use them, they won't float up or expand...making it easier to get them out of the tray after the popsicles are frozen. Enjoy!!
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Dolores E. Gigliotti on July 29, 2007
Size Name: Popsicle Maker
The ice pop maker is a sturdy product, well made and easy to use. The top is a little tricky to pull off from the sticks after the pops are frozen so instead I let the pops freeze without the cover until the sticks can be inserted. The top then really isn't necessary. I've made lots of flavors by blending instant pudding mix with milk and adding chocolate chips, chunks of cereal or packaged crumb crusts as I pour the mixture into the molds. A few hours later I run hot water over the plastic to unmold. Wrap the pops in waxed paper and place in a zip lock freezer bag to store in the freezer. Try combinations using flavored syrups for coffee drinks.
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