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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ZIPZICLE - (36 Pack) Zip-Top Ice Pop Pouch B00N795KR4
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|Color||Green, red, blue, and yellow||Bright||Multi-colored||Clear|
|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||0.2 inches x 11.5 inches x 3.5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.35 pounds||0.6 pounds||0.6 pounds||0.18 pounds|
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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.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 ›
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).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like these. What I really really like is the idea of these, and in reality, I don't really really like them, just regular like them. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Larysa Vdovychenko
Your kids’ eyes will be entranced as you wipe drool from their gaping mouths while you remove these colorful little tubes from the freezer. “What is it?” “Can I have? Read morePublished 16 days ago by Partyneverdies
Perfect for lunches. We used these for an entire school year and they are super durable. It took a little experimenting to figure out the best way to clean them (put soapy water in... Read morePublished 22 days ago by A. Koruba
These are awesome! You can be creative and fill them with anything from yoghurt to juice, candy,fruit pulp, icecream etc etc,Make delicious handy summer treats ,you control the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Judy Thomas
These are fantastic! They save us so much money in the long run, the kids love them, and they are so easy to clean. Everyone in the park ask us where we got them from. Read morePublished 1 month ago by YTB
Hate is too strong a word, but we don't use them. The lids don't secure well enough to trust putting much of anything in them. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michelle Jensen
I use these to make smoothies or gogurt style desserts for my son's lunches. The lid stays on and he loves using them. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joseph Gunter