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Zoku Mini Ice Pop Mold Review

Zoku Mini Ice Pop MoldZoku Mini Ice Pop Mold Review
Gifted By: Zoku
www.zokuhome.com
Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor, TheBestDessertRecipes.com

 

The Zoku Mini Ice Pop Mold is an incredibly easy to use mold that allows you to create delicious little frozen treats. The silicone mold makes 9 mini ice pops in just hours. You can make ice pops, chocolate pops, lollipops, and even ice in the versatile mold.

 

This ice pop mold is fun to use with children because they can do all the steps themselves, under your supervision. To make ice pops, all you need is chilled juice of any variety. Simply pour the juice or juices into the mold until each fill line and put the sticks on top. No need to keep the sticks balanced, they will become centered as the ice pops freeze. The frozen pops come out of the mold with ease. The silicone bends to push the pop out.

 

I love that you can make frozen treats out of just juice. This makes a healthy sweet bite that won't give you any guilt. I also like experimenting with different pop recipes like one for an ice cream sundae pop! The ideas are endless when it comes to making delectable treats in this mold.

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