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Tovolo Groovy Ice Pop Molds - Yellow
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- Set of six groovy pop molds made of durable BPA-free plastic
- Handles feature built -in drip guard to keep hands and clothes clean while smartly designed shape make it easy for frozen pop to slide out of mold
- Sturdy base measures 7 x 5 x 8 inches; keeps pops from tipping while freezing, after frozen individual pops fit neatly in freezer to save space
- Save money by making healthyfreeze pops using your favorite juices, flavors and ingredients
- Easy to use and clean - dishwasher safe
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Make a cool summer treat even cooler and just a little bit groovier with these Tovolo Yellow Groovy Pop Molds. Your home made popsicles will delight the kids and their friends with their unique shape and built-in drip guards.
Get an approving smile from the kids while serving them healthy juice snacks with Tovolo's yellow Groovy pop molds. Simply fill the funky shapes with favorite beverages, attach the handles, and set them upright on their custom tray in the freezer. Because the molds are individually cast, it's easy to serve one or all six at a time and to prepare assorted flavors. Built-in drip guards also keep clothes and hands clean--now that'll make mom grin. Crafted of durable plastic with a fun lemon hue, the molds offer a fresh, summertime look that can be enjoyed again and again. The entire set measures 7 by 5 by 8 inches. --Kara Karll
Top Customer Reviews
- BPA free
- Very sturdy
- Drip tray definitely helps
- Easy to clean and use
- Really large sizes - may be too big for kids
- Popsicle stick to the mold somtimes
One month later:
While I still think these are overall the best pop molds I've ever used, I did discover one thing about them (the hard way, naturally): don't drop them on anything hard (i.e., a tile floor) after they've been in the freezer for a day or more. The yellow caps/lids tend to get brittle after freezing, and they will crack and/or break. The opaque molds don't appear to have this issue, although I don't plan to intentionally test their break-resistance threshold.
Five years later:
After several unsuccessful attempts to fix the cap/lid, I gave up, retired it and use the mold whenever I have a little extra liquid left and scoop it out with a spoon.
The molds are still in use and holding up quite nicely. They are still the best pop molds I have ever used.
But, I live in the way Deep South, where it gets hot and sticky and humid. And a girl can only drink so many mint juleps or mojitos and hope to keep her girlish figure!
I love popsicles! Love, love, love the way the first lick is full of frost and sticks to my tongue a bit. Love the swirly fruit flavors and creamy ice cream textures. Love the almost painful cold sliding down my throat. Even love the brain-freeze when I get too enthusiastic! But, the popsicles sold in the store are full of ick! High fructose corn syrup! Why? Why would you adulterate something so full of awesome with something so icksome?
I've tried making my own before, but the molds are too flimsy, too small, too difficult to manage in the freezer.
I took a chance on these molds, and I'm glad I did. The design is genius. The tops of the popsicle molds lock into the tray! No more wiggling and struggling to get the goodies into the mold without spillage! The cap and stick are all one piece, which some may not like, but it suits my purpose. The tray, molds and lids/sticks are sturdy - they feel substantial enough to be long-lasting. And there's no BPA to worry about, either. I just put the molds into the tray, filled 'em up using a ladle, snapped the tops on, and popped them in the freezer.
No more HFCS. No more unpronounceable ingredients. Just my own blend of blackberries, buttermilk, a touch of oregano and raw honey, blended to a perfect soupiness and ladled into the molds with minimal dripping.
The ceiling fans are whirring away and the lounge chair is waiting on the patio. Today, the languid waves of heat shall not melt me into a puddle of sweat, for frosty popsicle goodness awaits me.
I ordered 4 boxes of these from Amazon but they were filled by HenWah, it took a month to receive them and when I did, they were packaged in a bag with no padding or protection at all so all my boxes were smashed, several of the molds were broken (I posted pictures).
Update. Back in business, got the yellow ones and they are the original product. I need to stick with Amazon as seller rather than save a couple of bucks.
My recipe for Black Forrest crunch bars. Blend a large bag of defrosted cherries, 2 very ripe bananas, 3 tbsp unsweetened cocoa, add packets of stevia sweetener to taste (I use 6). Fill molds half way and push 2 chocolate covered pretzels, end to end into the mix. Fill the rest of the way and freeze. Tip... Air bubbles created during blending, will increase the chance of your treats breaking upon removal. Let your mix rest before setting in the freezer. Enjoy.