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!
Although these molds cost more than I would typically pay for a set of platic molds from the dollar store, the quality is undeniable - and no BPA or other plastic worries. These molds could become fought-over heirlooms in my family. :-)
Stuff to know:
- Each individual mold holds about 3 ounces of water by volume, unfrozen. Your specific results will vary because you're probably not going to use these to just freeze water. Leave about 1/4 inch for expansion.
- Individual molds are super handy for making very small batches or even "one-offs" of different flavors. Great for accommodating different preferences or experimenting. Use the silicone circles in the lids to color-code your batches.
- It's easy to make layers of flavor combinations if you have a few small Mason jars and an immersion blender. Make a different flavor in each jar, spoon a little into the molds, let freeze for about 20 minutes, then add the next layer. Continue layering as desired. There's minimal clean-up for the effort, and the pops will look so fancy, lol!
- It takes about 5 hours for pops to freeze solid (maybe less, depending on your freezer)
- Buy a bunch of Popsicle sticks to go with your new molds. You don't get that many with the set, and you're going to want to make a lot of ice pops to justify spending so much on stainless steel molds. My husband and I don't mind reusing sticks just between the two of us, but there's no way I will serve used sticks to guests and I wouldn't want to reuse sticks from pops they've consumed, anyway. Ick.
- It's amazing that 3 oz of a mixture of plain yogurt, coconut milk, fruit and honey can feel like such a treat, but it really does. Homemade ice pops are great for cutting down on or eliminating less wholesome treats and the built-in portion control really helps.
- Most kids would roll their eyes if you expected them to be excited about a tiny bowl of yogurt and fruit for dessert, but freeze it into ice pops and they can't get enough.
Bottom line: get these ice pop molds and never look back!