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ZOKU ZK134 4er-Set Eisförmchen aus Kunststoff grün/blau/koralle/violett
- Includes four characters: a curious Professor, Parrot, Elephant, and Monkey
- They can be made with your favorite juices, smoothies, pudding, yogurt, or even chocolate
- Each pop is easily removed from the mold by pulling on the stick
- No rinsing required!
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Welcome to the jungle with this Safari Pop Mold. Each set includes four (4) characters: a curious Professor, Parrot, Elephant, and Monkey. Although they prefer warmer climates, these tropical creatures fit compactly in your freezer. They can be made with your favorite juices, smoothies, pudding, yogurt, or even chocolate. Each pop is easily removed from the mold by pulling on the stick—no rinsing required! Each stick has a built-in drip guard and a heart-shaped stick that is revealed with every bite. Mix-and-match the tails and legs to discover your own species.
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These are easy to clean. They do not leak when filled to line. The stick that holds your Popsicle has a lip at the bottom that catches anything that melts. The base that holds the ice pops are very steardy. When you're ready to eat your ice pop just run it under hot water for a few seconds and it slides out the plastic holder.
I highly recommend these ice pop molds if you want to save money, & want something that will last. Plus, you get to make whatever Popsicles you want.
I have two children under 5...and we have recently Moved from the pnw to the south. Summers here are brutal...and they LOVE being outdoors! Popsicles are a big deal for them. But every time I hand them one of those store bought, sugar & dye filled pops from the store, I die a little inside. So I went on my search. It seems (on amazon at least) Zoku is the brand that comes out on top for Pop Molds...but what I REALLY like about these..and what was REALLY important to me, was the serving size. These are still larger molds..they aren't kid sized by any means. But they aren't the huge rectangular shaped ones that you find everywhere else. They are a little smaller, and seem to be just the right size for my kids be refreshed and for them to finish before they become a sticky mess. I like the little tray like bottom piece too. It gives me piece of mind that they aren't going to completely ruin whatever they're wearing--however if they tip them at all, the juice does drip down (obviously)- so there's that.
The green holder is awesome too, because it really would be a hassle to mess with them and stand them up somehow in our freezer. I like just making their pops, sticking them in the mold and putting them away. Done deal. Then I can get to EVERYTHING ELSE I am expected to make from scratch these days :) After they freeze overnight or so, you just run them under a bit of hot water, literally for 5-10 seconds, and pop the plastic mold off and you're good to go. They do great in the dishwasher as well.
We've tried some liquidy orange creamsicle recipes with orange juice, coconut milk, honey, etc. (thank you pinterest) and we've tried thicker blended recipes with frozen banana, fresh strawberries, and a little pineapple juice blended (again, ty pinterest). Both have turned out perfectly.
All in all--save yourself the time, and go with these molds--especially if portion size/dripping is a concern! Could not be happier!