Norpro 431 4-Piece Silicone Ice Pop Maker Set - Assorted Colors
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- Each ice pop maker measures 8 inches/20cm
- Items come in assorted colors
- Clever conical shape lets you drink the last drops without a melted mess or drips
- Slim design saves freezer space
- Silicone is flexible, reusable, dishwasher safe and BPA free
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|Color||As Shown||Bright||Multi-colored||Primary Colors|
|Dimensions||8 inches x 1.5 inches x 1.5 inches||1.97 inches x 7.87 inches x 1.97 inches||8 inches x 1.5 inches x 1.5 inches||8 inches x 1.5 inches x 1.5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.23 pounds||0.6 pounds||0.6 pounds||0.85 pounds|
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Package Quantity: 1 | Size: Set of 4
Top Customer Reviews
First off, I usually don't even do the purchases for the home and more specifically for my son but my wife got ill back in April of this year and I've been picking up the slack as much as possible. Back in April, I bought this ice pop mold set for my son and everything was fine ..... at first.
After a few months and a few uses they began to give off an odor all the ice pops we actually made with the molds had a sort of "plastic" taste to it. Very uncomfortable for me - much less for my son. I decided to throw them out but we'd had such fun with these bad boys that I decided to see if I could find better ones. Ones that didn't smell and give off that bad taste. I did some research and found a review which helped me a lot. Since she said it so well I'll just quote what she said;
"I'm no expert but as it turns out from my research NOT all "food grade silicone" are created the same. With regards to food grade, the quality of the silicone makes all the difference.Read more ›
My husband takes medication that gives him a dry mouth. I was buying those 1.5 ounce freezer pops in boxes of 200 at one of the big-box warehouse clubs. But they were filled with food dye and too much sugar. And they create a lot of garbage when you throw away the wrappers. These molds are just the ticket. I bought 2 sets of them and fill them with apple juice, grape juice, iced tea, etc. My husband loves them and keeps telling me how much he loves them! It's easy to slide the pop upward as you eat, and you can cap it and put it back in the freezer to take a quick phone call, unlike the pops that you have to unmold completely before eating. There is no funny taste/odor to these molds. I like the color-coding, because my husband knows that blue is grape, yellow is apple, etc. Just don't fill them all the way to the top, or they will leak out as the liquid expands while freezing.Read more ›
I used regular apple juice because it's summer now and I wanted a cool icy treat but something healthy...not something that is full of high fructose corn syrup. I will experiment with other things as time goes on...maybe make frozen yogurt pops like the other reviewer suggested.
To fill the "tubes" I used a smallish funnel and then stood all the pop tubes in a large clean yogurt container, so that they would stand up easily in the freezer in the yogurt container.
After eating my first frozen pop, I cleaned out the tube and the lid immediately and I wedged the lid into the tube. This will allow air to dry out the tub but should keep the lid from getting lost. I stood the tube upside down so that excess liquid could drain out. I think it could be pretty easy to lose the lid if you are not careful.
I definitely recommend these and expect to update my post if I have further ideas to share.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was excited to use these after reading about them on a blog. Plan was to use them to hold yogurt, smoothies or applesauce in my daughter's school lunch... Read morePublished 12 days ago by SMo
This is a child pleaser. You can make popsicles out of anything. Fruit juices, leftover smoothies whatever you can come up with. Thease clean easily and last forever.Published 14 days ago by Aeolisio
These are a pain. the lid doesn't stay on, so you have to keep them perfectly upright if you don't want a mess. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Melissa Cruz
I've had these for a little over 3 years now. Molds had a slight chemical smell when I first got them. It did eventually go away. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Taylor
These are really neat for children's lunches. you can freeze smoothies, applesauce, jello, etc... and they will thaw in the lunchbox while keeping other foods cool.Published 1 month ago by flowermom
The lids have difficulty staying on. I wish they had a screw effect, but I have to position them so they are mashed against something to hold them in place. Read morePublished 1 month ago by August Fowler