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Zoku Quick Pop Maker, Red

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  • Create your own customized frozen pops, including cream-filled varieties, in as little as 7 minutes
  • Makes up to nine 2 1/4" x 3 1/2" pops (three 2-oz. pops at a time) before refreezing is required
  • Nonstick cast-aluminum molds have a proprietary solution sealed inside their bases to enable rapid, uniform freezing
  • Special drip guards promote tidy eating
  • Includes base, remover tool, six reusable pop sticks and six reusable drip guards
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Size: Triple | Color: Red

The patented Zoku Quick Pop Maker freezes ice pops in as little as seven minutes right on your countertop without electricity. Quickly make striped pops, yogurt pops or (for the first time ever at home) flavored core pops. To enjoy Quick Pops at a moment's notice, simply store the compact base in your freezer. The kit includes six durable, reusable plastic pop sticks that have unique ridged designs that allow pops to adhere securely, with special drip guards for tidy eating. A specially designed Super Tool helps to quickly release the frozen treats from their molds. The unit can make up to 9 pops before refreezing the unit again. Includes 1 Quick Pop Maker, 6 sticks, 6 drip guards, and 1 Super Tool.

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Size:Triple  |  Color:Red
Product Dimensions 8 x 4.2 x 4.5 inches
Item Weight 3 pounds
Shipping Weight 5.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Zoku
ASIN B00CDNWP32
Item model number ZK101-RD
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4.1 out of 5 stars 561 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #15,539 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#80 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Specialty Tools & Gadgets > Ice Pop Molds
Date first available at Amazon.com April 16, 2013

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By Britt Du on February 21, 2011
Size: TripleColor: White
I wanted this pop maker for awhile and my hubby got it for me for Christmas. It works well if you follow the directions. We got it from WS as it was not offered by amazon at the time. I read the rant review and found a lot of the information he/she wrote inaccurate. First, the pop maker doesn't take 30 min. to make a set of pops. You are looking at anywhere between 6-10 minutes per set. Make sure your pop maker is frozen....I know, if it's your first time using it, it's tempting to stick it in the freezer for 5 hours and later that day try to make them. The maker needs to be in the freezer for about a full day before it is ready to use. Using it before it is totally frozen will end up being frustrating. Second, make sure you do not overfill the pops or they are a pain/next to impossible to get out. Even just a little over the fill line will leave you praying that you'll be able to get them out without breaking the sticks. Making the pops with different colors is easy. I don't know why the other reviewer made it sound so hard. You pour in a little of one color, let it sit for maybe 30 seconds and then pour in your next color (repeat if doing more than two layers)...very, very easy....my little girls do it by themselves. The other negative review kept bringing up the pain of having to keep the unit frozen all the time and the space it takes up in the freezer. The thing is small and narrow and is no big deal in terms of the space it takes up (about the size of a small loaf of raisin bread).

When my pop maker is fully frozen, I can get three batches of pops (nine) out before having to wash and re-freeze it. With that said, obviously each subsequent batch is going to take longer than the one before it because the unit is not as cold. Second batch usually takes about 15 min.
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Size: TripleColor: White
when i saw this last year in a williams sonoma catalog i was interested in it but the reviews at the time were iffy. i visited brookstone this weekend and saw it sitting on the shelf. i figured why not give it a try. I AM SO GLAD we bought it! this thing ROCKS. i also bought the zoku pop book since i wanted pops with enough sugar content so they wouldn't stick to the mold. i had NO problems on my first try making pops (i was nervous due to some reviews about it). they came out perfectly and tasted delicious (not as sweet as i thought it would be.. a good thing)! we made the orange/cream core pops (posted some pics). my husband was in awe how quickly the pops were made. and i'm surprised HOW frozen they were. they were ROCK hard after 7mins. i found out later that zoku posted some free recipes on their blog. you might want to check it out if you are having a hard time finding some recipes. now i want the accessory kit :oD .

what i love about it the most, after you use it you can put it RIGHT back in the freezer without washing it, since the liquid pops off with the pop. in fact, the instructions tell you it's best not to wash it after each use.. just pop it back in the freezer, then you are ready to make more. the only thing i wish i could change is hand washing the popsicle sticks. i don't mind washing by hand but it's easier (for me) to just throw them in the dishwasher. even though replacement sticks are affordable i don't want to risk it. i will just stick with hand washing them. the size of the container is a great size. it's the size of most popsicle boxes. for me that means it doesn't take up a large amount of freezer space to make sure my zoku is ready to go anytime i want it. love love love! i also have an ice cream maker bowl in there (ready anytime i need it) and it takes up more space than the zoku does.
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Size: TripleColor: White
First, I love the Zoku pop maker. I want to love it. We make popsicles with all kinds of things--coconut milk, applesauce, tea with ginger. I have never had a problem with the actual mechanism. We get our pops out of the maker with no problem.

The problem is the maker leaks the liquid filling it. I am on my THIRD Zoku pop maker. The first one leaked a puddle of blue liquid in my freezer. The second one leaked a frozen river of blue down its side. The third is just beginning to leak with little crystals along all the seams.

Zoku has very nice customer service. They have happily replaced this maker twice. But if I can't get a good one out of three, I think that something is wrong. There is something wrong with the design or something wrong with their quality control. How many pop makers are going to go into the landfill before I can get one that doesn't leak?

In case you're wondering, I've never dropped any of the makers and have only used it according to the directions, washed by hand, etc.

Honestly, I'm just really disappointed because I love the concept and if it didn't leak crap everywhere, it would be awesome.
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Size: TripleColor: White
I have had my eye on this pop-maker since it came out. As I don't have children, it seems like even more of an indulgence. But I do love my popsicles, and I don't love all the crap that usually goes into them. And did I mention I am not the world's most patient person? Consider it mentioned. ;)

The detail that always stayed my hand: sugar. Reviews clearly state that sugar-free mixes will not work: period. If you read all the one star reviews, it's all product defects, or people who want a completely sugar-free treat. I ended up doing some research, checking out the Zoku website, looking up recipes online, but never really pulling the trigger. But then a fantastic deal came up, and I decided, "What the heck?"

So here's the deal. Zoku's site says that they've made pops that unmold with a minimum of fuss from 25% apple juice and 75% water. Which isn't really a lot of sugar, in the grand scheme of things. If you consider that each pop is about 1/2 cup of liquid (at a guess), that's 1/8 c. of apple juice. Around 15 calories and 4 carbs per pop. Not bad, really.

But if you're like me, you think about why that sugar has to be there, and how can you get around it? Sugar provides a crystalline structure to the finished product, and makes it stable enough to mold and unmold, yet soft enough so it's not like biting into a frozen brick. If you've ever tried to freeze Crystal Lite, you know what I am talking about. And yes, that's why there are so many unpronounceable ingredients in the frozen sugar-free popsicles you buy from the store. Otherwise we would all happily be licking ice cubes.

There are other possible additives that would help the finished product to freeze solid, but not rock hard. The one I decided to test first is fat, in the form of heavy cream.
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