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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|Dimensions||4.5 inches x 8 inches x 4.2 inches||1 inches x 1 inches x 1 inches||1 inches x 1 inches x 1 inches||1 inches x 1 inches x 1 inches|
|Item Package Weight||5.2 pounds||1 pounds||0.95 pounds||0.25 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
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.
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.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very simple and easy to use. Fun to experiment with different flavors.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Years ago I got one of these as a gift, and even though I lived in Phoenix where it's summer half the year, it seemed gratuitous. Well I'm happy that I was proved wrong! Read morePublished 6 days ago by Dominique Chatterjee
We loved this Pop Maker and used it frequently to make popsicles out of lemonade and juice and they were ready in less then 10 minutes. Unfortunately, ours has started to leak too. Read morePublished 11 days ago by S. Durham
No matter what filling we used, the pops get stuck. Total pain to use and a waste of money. Very disappointed and would not recommend.Published 12 days ago by becky
I like Popsicles every now and then. I have food allergies and a very small freezer. This thing takes up less space than a box of fruit bars or whatever else I could make with this... Read morePublished 16 days ago by NLWPS of Amherst
Works as advertised, though it's a bit of tricky business to not get the pops stuck.Published 20 days ago by Iris Adams