Onyx 18/8 Stainless Steel Popsicle Mold, Set of 6
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- Made from 18/8 stainless steel
- This fast freeze mold is easy to use
- Cool off with this set of popsicle molds from Onyx
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Designed this mold for my daughter and its brilliant. Made from 18/8 stainless steel, this fast freeze mold is easy to use, easy to clean and will last you a life time. Designed so that one ice pop can be removed (or re-filled) at a time. Simply hold the mold in your hand for a moment or run under warm water briefly. (Not too long, it will release very quickly). Each set comes with one stand, 6 molds, 6 lids, 12 removable silicone rings and a set of reusable bamboo sticks. The rings ensure proper stick placement. No more tilted stick or sunken sticks or poped out sticks.
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The set comes with 6 stainless steel molds, mold holding tray, stainless steel popsicle mold lids, and colored discs to hold the sticks in place (that go inside the lids). We also got some extra discs (I suppose for color coordination.)
My first batch was banana berry smoothie made with goat milk. It was a thick mixture made in the evening. By the next morning, the popsicles were ready to go and easily slid out by running the popsicle molds under cold water for a second or two. Hot water melted the popsicles too much inside the mold (so when I took it out it was melty on the outside). Lesson learned... use cold water to get them out. The kids loved them, and I have to say the popsicle lids double as DRIP CONTROL! The sticks fit firmly into the discs, and the mold lids are angled so any liquid that drips down is caught (AKA not all over my children's hands). Even they liked that.
Two down in the afternoon, so I put some BLU Frog energy drink into the two molds. Note: when putting carbonated beverages into molds, leave more room. I forgot that little tidbit and had a bit of popsicle trickling down the sides later. Tonight after dinner the kids finished off the first batch of popsicles while my boyfriend and I had energy drink pops! They were great!
The molds were super easy to work with. I'm REALLY surprised! Being stainless steel, I thought I might be asking for trouble with them but they are AWESOME! The size of popsicle is quite generous, as well.
I put a third batch into the molds after dinner so all of us can enjoy pops in the morning... blueberry canteloupe with dates and goat milk. Who can argue with that? These puppies could even be eaten for BREAKFAST and be okay. I just turned into the fun mom again!
I don't know what else people would be looking for in molds for a review, but pros and cons so here goes:
PROS: quick & easy release from molds, DRIP CONTROL design, colored discs for marking flavors, tray keeps pops upright, doesn't take up much space
CONS: price (but TOTALLY WORTH it after using them, especially because they last forever)
If you are on the fence about these... bite the bullet and get a mold you can pass down to your own children one day!
With that out of the way, the reason I'm writing this review is that I've gone through the time and trouble to adjust a Martha Stewart fudge (chocolate pudding) pop recipe to this set, and I'm going to share it. The Onyx molds collectively hold 2 cups of liquid, so that is the yield you should aim for when executing recipes. This pudding pop recipe is so good that it should be your first recipe, and the standard by which all recipes are subsequently judged, if you're a judgey-type person.
FROZEN FUDGE BARS
cornstarch 1.5 tsp
milk 7/8 (of a) cup
heavy cream 7/8 (of a) cup
sugar 1/3 cup
unsweetened cocoa powder 1/3 cup
salt 1/8 tsp
vanilla 1.5 tsp
In a medium saucepan, whisk together the cornstarch and 2 TBS milk until smooth;
whisk in remaining milk, cream, sugar, cocoa, and salt.
Bring to a boil over medium-high, stirring constantly, and cook 1 minute.
Transfer to a large liquid measuring cup and stir in vanilla. Pour into popsicle molds and insert sticks.
Freeze until pops are solid, about 6 hours.* Just before serving, run molds under cold water to release.
Voila. *We have found you really do need to wait at least 4 hours before trying to eat them.