PuTwo 9236 Cream Tray Repeated Use Popsicle Molds Ice Pop Maker (Set of 4), Pink
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- Set of 4 ice cream popsicle molds
- Handles feature built -in drip guard to keep hands and clothes clean Popsicle Molds
- Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 6 inches, Apex Hold 3 oz. in each Popsicle Mold
- Easy to use and clean - dishwasher safe Ice Cream Tray Repeated Use Popsicle Molds Ice Pop Molds
- BPA-Free, PP plastic, and FDA approved， Eco Friendly and Reusable
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I ended up buying a box set of Jello pudding and Jello pudding pop molds at Wal-Mart for less than $5 that is much more effective.
USPS did deliver them to someone else. Fortunately, I have nice neighbors, and the person who got them dropped them off.
I also ordered the Ice Pop Molds Popsicle Maker BPA-Free Set of 6 from Kitchenne the same day. Big price difference ($13.99), but they worked great and were much better quality. I guess you really do get what you pay for. But these were just so darned cute - anything pink just sucks me in.
These were super simple to use. You literally just pour the liquid in the cone part, stick the blue lids on and stick them in the freezer. Beware if you have kids...they aren't the most patient and my daughter pulled the handle out too soon and didn't have a popsicle so much as a slush. I waited until she went to bed, re-poured them. Let them freezer for 3-4 hours (just to be on the safe side) and now she has actual popsicles! I have a feeling there are going to be a lot of homemade popsicles in our future. Next, I'm going to make smoothies and pour those into the molds for fruit-sicles. This is a great alternative to store-bought popsicles as you control the sugar and the ingredients.
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