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Prepworks by Progressive Wood Freezer Pop Sticks - 50 Count
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- 50 wood freezer pop sticks
- For use with Progressive frozen popsicle maker as well as other freezer pop makers
- Can also be used for making other deserts and craft projects
- Soak in warm water an hour or more before inserting into freezer pop liquid
- One-time use only
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Top Customer Reviews
They also do not say that they are food-safe on the packaging.
Instead of the smooth, honey-colored sticks pictured, you get pale, uneven, crooked, and splintery sticks.
- NO splinters
- NO warping
- Reasonably uniform coloration
There aren't many ways to judge these sticks, so keeping to this very short list of demands I've set before them, I can only say they rose to the challenge indefatigably.
The only thing that keeps me from giving these sticks five full stars instead of my four is that they are sticks, and anyone who would get excited enough about a stick to give it five stars really needs to find some other bright spots in his life besides sticks.
These Progressive International Freezer Pop Sticks offer an excellent start for us to make our frozen treats on a stick, and it's an excellent way to create concoctions that are not only easy to do, but fun for all involved. Homemade popsicles can save money, reduce the trash that we toss, and will help to save resources. They are fun to make, as kids love to experiment with different combinations.
But a few words of caution: please note that there is a big difference between the Craft Sticks found here and the ones being reviewed. Craft sticks are just for use with crafts, while the ones in this review are essentially a food-grade item, though they can be used for crafts as well... think of these as being dual-purpose.
You can make your own frozen pops using waxed paper cups or a mold, such as the Progressive International Freezer Pop Maker which will mold then into a more convenient and traditional shape. Using one of these also reduces the chance of spillage accidents in the freezer, which is something that many of us learn the hard way. The main thing to remember is to keep it simple, and have fun sharing the experience.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A little thin and dry but perfectly useable and of course disposable. I'd get them again.Published 24 days ago by Dianaru
I needed these to mark what the vegetables are in my garden. It was easy to write on these in sharpie and they fit in my soil nicely. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Megan
Ok quality, I wish that some of them did not have tiny slivers of wood hanging off. I had to rub them together to avoid having some issue while eating the popsicles later.Published 1 month ago by MommaG9
Just what I needed for homemade ice pops. Also work for scraping out the last bits at the bottom of jars.Published 2 months ago by Linda Haskell