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Prepworks by Progressive Freezer Pop Maker
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- Enjoy homemade frozen treats with Progressive's frozen pop maker
- Easily use fruits, juices, yogurt, or whatever to make up to 10 frozen pops at a time in one tray
- Includes 50 wood freezer pop sticks and aluminum lid keeping sticks firmly in place
- Taking up minimal space in the freezer, the frozen pop tray measures 9 by 6 by 4 inches
- Great for parties and poolside fun; makes a fun gift idea for kids who like to make their own treats
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Progressive International is your source for the widest range of functional, inventive, and fun kitchen tools and great ideas put into practice. Our in-house designers spend hours in the kitchen coming up with ways to improve on a variety of traditional tasks and tools. Established in 1973, our commitment to quality and service allows us to offer a broad selection of quality kitchenware and other household products. Progressive frozen pop maker is easy to use and includes 50 wood freezer pop sticks and an aluminum lid that keeps the sticks firmly in place while they freeze.
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All I did was soak the bottom part in warm water for 30-45 seconds & the pops pulled right out! I stuck them in a freezer bag & put them in the freezer. All 10 were gone in 1 day! My grandma, uncle, mom, dad and myself ate 'em! lol The molds are easy to use & very simple to clean. I just rinsed them out after using them & filled each one with a little soap & water, cleaned it with a rag & my finger & air dried them! These are much easier to get out of the mold than my Tovolo Groovy Ice Pop Molds, Set of 6, Yellow.
Some tips: I cleaned off the metal part of the mold, so that nothing stuck to it when it was frozen. I did fill them up all the way, and I didn't have any issues with spill-over. I also think people may make the mistake of not soaking the popsicles themselves in warm water. It really doesn't melt them. It just makes them release easier. They pop right out with a couple of firm pulls. In regards to the sticks themselves, I just read everyone's reviews on here & a few other ice pop molds & waited about 1 1/2 hours before inserting the sticks. That prevented them from sinking or going wonky directions. They were straight & no pre-soaking, so easy peasy!
These are 2.5 oz serving (regular sized) & are smaller than the Tovolo Groovy Ice Pop Molds, Set of 6, Yellow. If you just want a regular sized, smaller snack (for adults) then this size is great. Probably a little big for kids. If you want to make something you really love & want to eat a lot of, then I'd recommend the Tovolo ones. They are a very pretty mold! If you don't want to use the plastic sticks that come with that model, just buy popsicle sticks & wrap the molds with aluminum foil & poke the sticks in about 2 hours after they're in the freezer. I say 2 hours, because they're a bit larger than these Progressive freezer pop molds. :)
I made some Orange Creamsicles with these Progressive molds! Here was what I did:
1/2 tub of Dannon Oikos Plain Greek Yogurt (16 oz)
Honey, to taste.. I probably used about 1 cup, because Greek yogurt is really tart. Alternatively, you can use simple syrup, agave nectar or stevia or whatever.. But honey gives it a nice citrus taste.
1 to 1 1/2 cups Orange Juice-- I didn't measure, I just poured it until i got the flavor I wanted.
Just whisk the ingredients together. The honey & orange juice thin out the yogurt. Vanilla or orange yogurt would probably have been good with it to!
This was enough to fill all 10 molds up, perfectly! :)
I checked multiple times before purchasing this item that the plastic mold can be detached from the metal holder (to use them one by one and put the pieces in the dishwasher more easily). It should. And it does, after applying a lot of force. After one use only one piece broke and another is now cracked. Next time I tried using it - detaching was easier but I still have a broken item which is almost brand new.
Another annoying point is that the metal cover doesn't have little bumps where the sticks go in like the newer version (of which I learned only later on), so trying to lift the cover is very hard after freezing, because the sticks' directions are a bit off from each other. This is how I broke 3 of the sticks and stopped using the lid.