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FRIOPOP Premium Quality Ice Cream Maker Popsicle Mold Ice Candy Disposable Bags (100 bags/package)

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  • Contains 100 bags per package. Non stick and easy slides pops out from bags! Make various sizes of pops - 2oz (25% filled), 4oz (50% filled), 6oz (75% filled), etc.
  • Meets FDA/USDA specifications for food contacts - 100% Virgin LDPE Resin.
  • Manufactured with a durable bottom seal for leaking prevention. Top can be tied with a simple knot prior to freeze the bag.
  • Transform fruits juices, veggies juices, yogurts, and smoothies into frozen snacks
  • Grab and Go Frozen treats! No more clean up, mess, missing parts of molds! Perfect for summer camps or pool activities!

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The FRIOPOP disposable Popsicle bags are perfect ideal for ALL YEAR LONG enjoyment! Popsicles can be made with fruit juices, veggie juices, smoothies, yogurts, fruits bites, and even more! When on the go, just grab one from freezer, eat and toss away. No clean up! Children have funs, parents love it, and no more hassles to find missing molds. Lower price to enjoy the frozen snacks at anywhere. Healthier frozen treats for entire family. Premium homemade smoothies and jello stick (you invent the idea!!) for anyone! Adults would enjoy the frozen alcohol treat too!! INGREDIENT SUGGESTIONS: (A) Bottle/Canned Juices: apple juices, cranberry juices, grape juices, fruit punches, grape juices, tomato juices, veggie juices, etc. (B) Fresh Fruit bites (mix with liquid juices): Apples, kiwis, watermelons, pineapples, strawberries, cherries, berries, etc. (C) Yogurts: Plain, Greek, strawberry, banana, peach, etc. (D) Smoothies/Energy drinks: Mixed of fruits, veggies, protein powders, vitamin tablets, etc. (E) Alcoholic Drinks: Mojitos, margaritas, other mix drinks, etc. (F) Jello Sticks: Anyone? Any favor jello can be refrigerated as well. (G) Just Ice Sticks : As Ice Bag for your lunch box, or Ice for your water bottles!! SIX STEP INSTRUCTIONS: (1) To prevent spillage, use a small funnel (Sold separately) and place the funnel's pipe into the opening mouth of the bag. (2) Pour the liquid ingredient up to 3/4 portions of the bag (~6 oz of liquid). (3) Make a simple knot on the opening mouth area and tighten the knot. (4) Place the bag into freezer for at least 3 hours. (5) Place the frozen bag under the running water for 5 seconds. This allows the frozen popsicle to slide out the bag easily. (6) Use a scissor to cut the knot off and enjoy the frozen treat. WARNING: Just like any grocery plastic bags, to avoid danger of suffocation, keep this plastic bag away from babies and children. Do not use this bag in cribs, beds, carriages, or playpens.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 4 x 2 x 1.8 inches
Item Weight 4.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 4.8 ounces
Manufacturer FRIOPOP Exclusively Sold by CRESNEL
ASIN B00EOAPBGA
Item model number F2M12L2WA
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4.3 out of 5 stars 232 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #31,382 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#145 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Specialty Tools & Gadgets > Ice Pop Molds
Date first available at Amazon.com August 20, 2013

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They're like giant homemade Otter Pops. I find it easier to tie them off with tiny rubber bands, but mostly because I have stubby fingers. What's nice is you control the ingredients. I can usually get three pops from a pint of liquid so, a little over five ounces per treat. I like to use leftover morning smoothie, I make too much on purpose and then by afternoon I have a healthy snack. You can create some really different choices as well; Southern Sweet Tea, Vietnamese Coffee, Key Lime-Cherry...here's my recipe for vegan fudge pops: combine in blender 3 large ripe bananas, 1 large can full fat coconut milk plus 1 can of water, 4 fat tablespoons of good quality cocoa power, 1/8 teaspoon salt, 4 tablespoons or to taste agave syrup, 1/2 to 1 teaspoon food grade glycerine (optional but it does keep the pops from freezing rock solid) Blend well, chunks for texture are fine but hard to get through a funnel, pour into bags and freeze for 3-4 hours. Note if you want to label them it is best/easier to write on the bags with a sharpie prior to filling them. Good quality, food grade plastic. At the time of this review they cost about 9 cents per bag and I'm okay with that, much higher and I might consider it cost prohibitive.
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I didn't purchase these to use for freezer pops. Instead, I planned to use them to make single serving size snacks like trail mixes and mixed nuts. They ended up being perfect for my purposes. I cut each of the 12" tubes in half to create 2 packets per tube. 3 cups of trail mix used 4 tubes and made 8 single serve packets. I used a heat sealer to seal the ends. They're perfect for customized snacks on the go.
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These bags make popsicles that are very thick in diameter. Not a problem, but it takes a lot of product to fill them, and also a bit extra time to freeze.

As for the problem of closing the bags: I tried tying a knot, but it makes the popsicles too short. Tried closing off with tiny rubber bands meant for hair styling, but decided it wasn't worth the trouble. Now I just fill them to 1" from the top and stand them in a large plastic drink cup in the freezer. Easy peasy.
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By Dwayne on September 16, 2013
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These will make popsicles about 3 times the size of your normal store bought variety. You control what is put in and there are plenty of recipes available on line.
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I use these to make healthy fruit treats for my son. He loves them! Using very ripe fruit, sweetening with ripe apple or pear juice is a great way to preserve natures bounty in the summer and fall. So much better that the artificially colored popsicles you get in the store.
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Bought these for my wife who is handicapped and they work great for freezing her proteen shakes and allowing her to enjoy as a frosty treat.
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I got these to make popsicles for my son with juices that are healthier than the once used in commercial popsicles. I simply poured the juice in the sleeve (better with a funnel, but I don't always use it). They are big though, so I fill them up half the way up. Also, at the beginning, I used to leave some space on top thinking that they would break during freezing. No need to do that. Just fill them up the way you want and place a knot on top. Great idea! Love them!
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One of the worst purchases ever. Came a day early but the product was useless. Tried to make freezer pops for the kids but only 4 of 100 did not leak. What a mess. If you want to make pops in disposable bags, pay the extra and buy the Ziploc brand - they work. I will use them for dry herbs only - cannot recommend for anything liquid.
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