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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Create your own pop treats. Easy to push up with this cleaver design. Lid holds in ingredients before they freeze and keeps pops secure in ice chest for picnics and BBQ's. Fill seal freeze and enjoy. Create treats using juices, purees, yogurt, soda, ice cream, pudding, applesauce, gelatin, fruit, berries, candies, chocolate, carmel, whipped cream and sprinkles! Set of 4. Made of flexible silicone: BPA free
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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. The reason the silicone molds started giving off this odor is most likely because it was made from a poor quality grade silicone that's usually stuffed with plastic fillers!"
This was SUPER helpful to me. She mentioned another brand "Cookhouse ice pop molds" she found that basically had a better quality silicone and therefore avoided the bad odor and taste
I just got these today and I'm hoping for a much better experience. I also just figured out I can update my Amazon review so I will come back later and update this review with my findings.
Edit: I have used them a few more times and I've had more issues in addition to the above. They have since changed color a bit and have a funky feel to them. They are no longer smooth, not tacky but definitely not the slick feel they initially had. They are also a whitish color which isn't good. Apparently I received some from the "cheap batch". The thin, not 100% silicone batch. This makes me extremely upset and it is now too late to do anything about it. The kids have taken them to school with smoothies in it and they stay a slushy frozen by lunchtime with one of those heavy duty freezer packs, not those wimpy freezer packs for lunches, but the kind that came with my freezer. I haven't had any issues with them popping open.
Because of the edit, I have dropped the original review from 4 stars to 2 stars. I'm keeping it at 2 stars because: 1. it holds a good amount of smoothie, I've had them frozen and it's a lot for a kid's lunch and 2. it hasn't popped open-yet.
When they came out of the freezer, all I had to do was run a bit of warm water over them quickly, and then carefully kinda smoosh the sides with my hand for a couple of seconds to loosen them, and they worked great. The frozen treats slide right up as advertised. The blueberry yogurt is a family favorite now - it's so delish! You can make your own with less sugar (and save money) by taking a big container of plain yogurt. Then take your fruit of choice. Pop the fruit into a blender and add a bit of sweetener (maple syrup, honey, stevia, etc). If you like, you could then cook the fruit and sweetener a little bit (in a microwave for about a minute per 2 cups of fruit or on the stove in a small pan for maybe 5-10 mins on medium heat). The cooking just helps break down the fruit a little more and makes a bit of a syrup out of the sweetener as well.
Once you have your fruit ready (be sure to cool it before adding to the yogurt), mix the fruit/sweetener mix into the plain yogurt - add a tablespoon at a time into the ice pop sleeve until you have the amount you like (for me, a large container of plain yogurt and about a 1/2 cup to a cup of fruit/sweetener is more than enough...I err on the side of less, personally). Then, dollop it into the ice pop by the spoonful until it is about 1/2 inch from the top (or so). Put the cover on (tightly!) and slide it into the freezer. We are only able to wait about 3 hours before we have to dig in!
These are also great with just plain blended fruit (I didn't care for doing this with blended grapes, but that's just me). My favorites are: strawberries and blue berries (all berries, really), watermelon (delish!), apples/apple sauce (needs a bit more sweetener sometimes for my taste), melons, peaches, pears (again, I like to sweeten pears a little or they taste a bit bland), lemon and oranges (!!! mostly the juice, and a little of the pulp. Sweeten the lemons a bit more, and it's so good!), really the sky is the limit. You could probably do this with pudding as well (but I haven't tried that yet).
These are easy to clean. If you rinse them out with warm water shortly after they've been used, there's rarely anything left inside that needs further cleaning. If you don't get to them for a while, I use a sponge on a stick, and if any bits are still left in there, I use a thin paint brush that I swirl around inside.
I would definitely recommend these!!!