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Zipzicle Zip-Top Ice Pop Pouch, 36-Pack
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- Safety by design! Zipzicle brand quality in a 36-pack
- Strong durable BPA-free material to prevent worries about tears, bites and health. Reinforced side seals to prevent splitting when freezing
- Great for parties, teams, families and group activities. Easy to make large batches
- Just fill, zip closed and freeze! No need for knots, clips, or sticks
- Perfect for cocktail inspired pops containing alcohol. (LDPE will get sticky and contents weep through material)
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3 Easy Steps : Fill, Freeze, Fun!
Filling is easy using a funnel, kitchen baster or by simply pinching the top and pouring in the filling. If your filling is particularly thick, we recommend a batter pen to do the job. Recommended fill line included on pouch.
Use any freezer-safe container or mug. Freeze large batches without using valuable freezer space. Safe for home and commercial freezers.
Perfect for families, class parties, teams, after school snacks and while on-the-go. To keep hands warm, check out our Zipzicle Neoprene Holders.
Zipzicle stands behind their products.
Family owned and operated
In 2009, we discovered that our son could not eat items that contained strong food dyes. Talking with other parents we soon found out we were not alone. Many children and adults have special dietary considerations, including those that are life threatening. Purchasing commercially available ice pops was not an option and overwhelmingly parents want healthy choices and the ability to make “real” food. Zipzicle is the original zip-top ice-pop and the brand you can trust.
Safety By Design
We take your safety seriously so when designing and bringing our product to the market we consulted with the best in the industry. Our products are also third party tested by a certified lab. Not simple LDPE like copy-cat products. Our material is commercial grade and used in restaurants and by catering companies around the world. Documentation available by request.
- Passes all EU and US food safety standards
- Material is FDA approved
- Commercial grade
A creamy banana-hazelnut treat
3 bananas fresh
0.5 cup Nutella or other chocolate hazelnut spread
2 tbsp chocolate syrup
1 cup heavy cream
0.5 tsp vanilla extract
1 pinch pinch of salt
Blend well and using a funnel or batter pen, fill 6 Zipzicle ice pop pouches. Zip closed and freeze until firm and enjoy.
It's Strawberry Daiquiri Time
Cocktail inspired for those 21+
5 cups fresh strawberries (hulled)
2 cups limeade or margarita mix
1.5 cup rum (21+ only)
Cut strawberries and place in blender. Add remaining ingredients and blend. Fill 12 Zipzicle ice pop pouches to the line. Zip closed and freeze. Due to alcohol content ice pop may not freeze completely solid. Cheers!
Summer flavor perfection
6 medium peaches (peeled and pits removed)
1 cup orange juice
1 cup yogurt (peach or plain)
0.5 tsp vanilla extract
2 tsp honey (optional to taste)
Cut peaches into small pieces and place in blender. Add remaining ingredients and blend until smooth. Fill 12 Zipzicle ice pop pouches to the recommended line. Freeze and enjoy.
Refreshing Blueberry Citrus
2 cups blueberries (fresh or frozen)
2 cups orange sherbert
2 bananas peeled
2 cups cranberry juice
For a creamier taste, substitute sherbert for frozen yogurt.
Place ingredients into blender and blend until smooth. Fill 12 Zipzicle ice pop pouches to line. Zip closed and freeze.
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Just Fill, Freeze, Fun! Fills easily using a funnel or batter pen. Zip the top closed and place in freezer. Ice pops are 1.5" wide and approximately 8" long and each pouch holds approximately 3 fluid ounces. Dozens of recipes available.
Top customer reviews
The zipzicle pouches have a place where you can write the contents of the bag. When needed, I used a permanent marker and then clean it off with rubbing alcohol when I want to change the contents of the pouches.
I had very little problem filling these up with fruit-flavored yogurt. I puréed the fruit in my Magic Bullet first, to prevent any fruit chunks (which I imagine would be difficult for kids to suck out of these) and after mixing with homemade vanilla yogurt, I carefully filled each ZipZicle to just below the fill line. Before filling, I blew air into each ZipZicle to open it up for easier filling, which definitely helped - I forgot to blow into one before filling and it took me twice as long, and resulted in a bigger mess. I used a small kitchen funnel, which kept things neat and made it much easier to control how much went into each ZipZicle. I will say, though, that I've spent a lot of time filling Squooshi pouches and other squeeze-type food containers, so if you're having trouble with ZipZicles, it should get easier and quicker with practice!
After filling, I rinsed off any excess yogurt and sealed them, then squished them firmly to ensure the seal wouldn't explode - so far, no problems. I store them in the fridge in an old GoGurt box I'd saved from before, which keeps them neatly stored and easy for little hands to reach.
Comparative to GoGurt brand tubes, which only hold 2.25 ounces of whatever concoction Yoplait is calling yogurt these days, these held between 2.6-2.8 ounces each. They can be a little tricky for small fingers to open; I spent a few minutes showing my son and having him "practice" before I packed one in his school lunch. He was super excited to have his own homemade "GoGurts" and apparently told his entire class about it, and later told me that his "GoGurts" tasted way better than the store-bought ones. Score! :)
I've also used these to store pizza sauce and dressing in our homemade "Lunchables" and I plan to make some freezer pops this week. My husband even stole a few to ice some cupcakes this past weekend and raved that ZipZicles were easier and offered more control over his decorating than our $50+ icing bag and tip set! I can definitely see a LOT of uses for ZipZicles.
The one downside is, they aren't reusable or dishwasher-safe. For some reason, I had thought they were reusable before ordering, but once they arrived, I realized they wouldn't last beyond maybe two or three uses. I sacrificed one to test in the top rack of the dishwasher and as I expected, it didn't hold up. So if you plan to use these all year long, invest in a few packages! We probably won't be purchasing anymore, because we're fans of reducing our waste whenever possible, so I'm currently looking for a reusable alternative. If ZipZicle could produce something very similar, but reusable, I would definitely be all over it!
And do yourself a favor and get a small "flask" funnel to fill these.
I have done several so far...
Frozen Mimosa: Half Sparkling Wine and half high pulp orange juice
Frozen Bourbon Lemonade: 1 or 2 shot of Bourbon in a glass, fill with Lemonade
Frozen Root-Beer Float: 1/3 glass of melted vanilla ice cream, fill with flat root beer
Frozen Coffee: Half a glass of cold-brew coffee, 4 or 6 pumps of caramel flavor, and fill with soy milk.