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Mastrad A47221 Ice Pop Molds, White Base
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- Silicone ice pop molds with stand designed for easy transport
- Silicone tabs for easily removing treats from molds
- Cup-shaped base catches drips; freezer and dishwasher safe
- 6-3/10 inches by 4-9/10 inches by 4-4/5 inches
- 5-year warranty
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|Item Dimensions||4.8 x 4.9 x 6.3 in||4.25 x 6.25 x 6 in||4.53 x 9.06 x 4.33 in||6.5 x 10.25 x 6.5 in||1.38 x 7 x 4.13 in||6.25 x 7.31 x 8 in|
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.
Top customer reviews
Bad part - but this is true of most molds - you need a flat surface to sit it upright on in your freezer until it is frozen. After that I don't know why you couldn't take the molds off the stand and just put them in a freezer baggie on their side to take up less space, especially if you have more than one set and keep some frozen all the time.
Also kind of wish there were more molds to the set (6-8), but then you'd have to have more flat space in the freezer so...
Plan to use them a lot more in summer, if they fall apart or I change my mind on this review I'll update but so far, really like these!
I've had people ask about the popsicle molds on my site.
Visit VanessaBaked.com for some delicious popsicle recipes.
I put 2 1/4 cups of frozen strawberries in my vitamix blender with a cup of water, and a couple of ounces of xylitol sweetener (which is healthier than sugar and is natural). I packed the thick slush into a mold as an experiment, but found it worked better when it was liquid, as it was easier to fill the molds, and came out solid after leaving them in the freezer overnight.
The next day I peeled off the molds, to reveal a perfect yummy strawberry ice pop, that wasn't too hard to bite into. They tasted exactly like my favorite ice pops I loved when I was a kid.
I had plenty of strawberry juice (I'd stored in an airtight container) to fill them a few times. I will be happy just using strawberries all the time, I think orange juice would be nice too.
I'm glad I got it when it was $11.73 (the prices keep fluctuating) it's up to over $15 now. I may buy another one when the price goes down again.