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Prepworks by Progressive Freezer Pop Maker, 10 Ice Pop Maker - Includes 50 Wooden Freezer Pop Sticks
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9 x 6 x 4 inches|
|Item Weight||1 Pounds|
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- FROZEN CUSTOM-MADE TREATS FOR EVERYONE: The Progressives Ice Pop Maker that allows you to turn, juices, puress, Yogurt, Fruit and much more into delicous frozen treats
- INCLUDES 50 WOOD FREEZER POP STICK: This Frozen Pop Mold comes with 50 wooden pop sticks that go in the tray lid that creates a handle for your frozen treats
- SUPERIOR QUALITY: The aluminum lid help keep the sticks firmly in place and will not rust or fade for a long lasting ice tray and measure 9"L x 6"W x 4"H
- GREAT FOR PARTIES: Whether for a party or poolside fun; these make for a fun gift idea for kids who like to make their own treats
- HAND WASH: This freezer Pop Ice Tray is Hand Wash recommended
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We create kitchen storage solutions and cooking tools to contribute to a healthier lifestyle while ensuring those solutions are budget friendly. Enjoy cooking from scratch with products that encourage using fresh ingredients, trying new recipes and entertaining friends and family.
Progressive International boasts over 40 years of thoughtfully innovating kitchen products essential to the everyday cook. What began as a small family of housewares products has grown into a collection of unique gadgets and tools dedicated to food preparation and storage.
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Chill out and make some icy treats with Progressive's ice pop maker. Designed to be used in the freezer, the maker can freeze up to ten delicious treats. Perfect for parties, snacks, and birthdays, the pops can be made with any liquid you choose: fruit juice, yogurts, and more. The maker includes 50 wooden ice pop sticks to get you started, and uses an included lid to protect the pops while in the freezer.9-3/4" L x 5" W x 5-4/5" H
Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2022
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First, I soaked the sticks like several reviewers recommended, and, as some reviewers mentioned, the sticks wouldn't fit through the slots in the lid. (The dry ones do, however.) I just put it in the freezer without the lid, and put the sticks in an hour and a half later as some recommended. No problem. For my second and third batch, I started with frozen fruit (with some coconut water) in the Vitamix. The result was thick like soft serve ice cream, so I just inserted the sticks dry (and immediately.) I'd say if your popsicle is thick enough to hold the sticks where you put them, just go with that. Start with whole fruit and you'll have a more healthful pop anyway. I haven't used the lid at all. It seems superfluous (or even detrimental) to the process if you can get your sticks straight without it.
For unmolding the pops, I think people who expect to eat one at a time and keep the rest in the molds all the while are missing the point. Make 10, unmold them, and eat at your leisure. Currently, I am using snack bags to hold them. I'm not thrilled ( read: lazy) about washing and reusing the bags, but I refuse throw them away after one use. I'll find a solution that works for me eventually. It's important to get your wrapping/storage materials ready before you begin unmolding. For me, that means opening all the baggies ahead of time so the process goes quickly and the edges of the pops stay frozen. I filled a large bowl with room temp water and set the mold in the bowl so that the water came almost all the way up, but not over the mold. After a minute or two, I start gently pulling on the outside sticks. If they don't come out, try in 30 more seconds. The outside ones usually come out first. Once I've gotten 2 or 3 out, I take the mold out of the water to slow further melting and finish removing the others. Also, have something ready to put the wrapped pops in to carry back to the freezer. The less they're handled at this point, the less beat up your pops will appear.
All in all, I'm tremendously happy with this. The missing star is for all the worrying and wondering about how to make it work, and the discovery that the lid is not helpful. I would buy another without hesitation.
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! :)
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-Can be tricky to get the Popsicles out, but they will if put under warm water long enough.