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Fred & Friends STONE COLD Easter Island Ice Tray
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- This ice tray comes one to a package.
- The ice tray is made from food-safe silicone.
- Ice your favorite beverages with cubes shaped like the famous Moai statues from Easter Island.
- Remove your ice cubes easily from the flexible silicone mold.
- Each tray makes 9 cubes.
- Entertain friends and family with whimsical ice cubes in the shape of the famous Moai stone statues
- Made of flexible silicone, the tray easily expels frozen ice
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My recommended drink for these ice cubes:
"Pisco on the brainstem"
5oz Pisco (duty free shops in South America have the cool Moai bottles for much less than any US liquor stores)
3oz Fresh lime juice
2tsp Cane Sugar (Maui sugar is best)
1oz Limoncello (or Orangecello)
2oz Lemon sour mixer
Pour over Maoi ice cubes. Top with 151 rum.
The ice tray itself is great, it's like a silicon rubber that can be easily bent to remove the cubes you want at the time without any trouble whatsoever. Because of this they also retain their full shape, unlike plastic trays you have to twist and sometimes the ice breaks off, leaving some left in the tray. With the silicon, this never happens.
For Easter I used the molds to make Homemade Marshmallows!!!
(I uploaded some pics)
I bought some Popsicles sticks and am about to serve up my first round of Popsicles.
So, so cute!!
I have not experienced the bad taste, and I am very sensitive to flavors.
(If it did, I would not serve it to my kids.)
Just use common sense and wash it before you use it.
This is well worth the buy!
I also bought the jewel cubes that are offered by Fred & Friends.
Those are SO cute as Popsicles!
This year I made Easter Island chocolates in these molds. They came out well, and looked very much like tiny chocolate Easter Island statues. I used a chopstick to poke the melted chocolate deep into the nose and other grooves, to make sure it reached everywhere with no bubbles.
I'd been using plastic candy molds in past years, but I was worried about so many plastics being toxic, so this year I switched to silicone because it may be safer. The big difference that I notice between these molds and my old plastic candy molds is that these are are much bigger. I made nine big Easter Island statues (maybe 2 1/2 inches tall and 3/4 inch wide) and seven big smileys (from these: Fred and Friends Have an Ice Day Icetray) with the same amount of chocolate that I'd usually use to make a zillion little chocolates. My kids seemed content to have fewer big chocolates instead of more little ones.
These trays are a little floppy, so it was trickier to get them into the fridge than the stiff plastic trays I used to use -- I put these on a cookie sheet to move them, and that worked very nicely. These were easier to unmold than chocolates in plastic trays, because the silicone is very flexible.
I did notice a chemical smell when I first took it out of the box, but before using, I soaked the mold in a solution of baking soda and water overnight, then ran it through the dishwasher with the rest of the dirty dishes, and by the next morning the smell was hardly noticeable. It did NOT affect the taste of the chocolate candies I made in the mold at all. My friends loved them! (UPDATE: 3 days later, the smell is almost completely gone.)
Instead of making ice cubes (which I figured would only last for a few minutes), I made chocolate candy bars and inserted one atop each square serving of dark chocolate brownies. To make the candies, I melted milk chocolate chips and (noticing another user’s excellent suggestion) I crushed chocolate rice cereal and added it to the melted chocolate for a crunch factor, adding to the grainy effect. However, the next time I do this, I think I will separate the melted chocolate into 2 batches, first halfway-filling the mold with the pure chocolate and then adding the chocolate with the rice cereal to fill the cavities the rest of the way. I think this will help retain more of the detail of the moai’s facial features (which were still very good without doing this the first time).
I put the candies in the freezer to solidify them (not to freeze them necessarily) for an hour, then when I took them out, they popped out perfectly with impressive detail. To ensure good detail, you’ll want to make sure you don’t have any little air pockets in your chocolate. Running a toothpick through the melted chocolate in the mold can help avoid this, just as you would run a knife though wet cake batter to relieve air bubbles when making a cake.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well made and nice thickness. I used this for melt and pour glycerin soaps and they are working great for that. Im Sure they would make great ice cubes as well.Published 3 days ago by Leanne Toohey
Very cute, wish they were a little bigger though. They crack me up every time I make some. Just plain fun.Published 4 days ago by Wyomingcowgirl
Bought as a gift so idk how thay are in use. However they look like they will do the job!Published 9 days ago by jonathan mcnamara
I purchased two of these ice trays to make tropical-themed Jell-O shots and I LOVE them. Each silicone tray has nine cavities of a Moai statue from Easter Island. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carol T.