Kootek Reusable Ice Pop Maker, 2-Pack
Last updated date: November 11, 2021
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Update as November 11, 2021:
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You'll get two molds with four compartments each in a compact design measuring only 5.3 by 2.7 by 4.5 inches. The smaller size means it will easily fit in your freezer without taking up much space. It comes with both a folding funnel and cleaning brush to make pouring your ingredients in and cleaning up easy.
In our analysis, the Kootek Kootek Reusable Ice Pop Maker, 2-Pack placed 1st when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Popsicle Molds Set: Each pack hold 4 molds (2 Pack: Blue and Green), each mold holds about 70 mL liquid. The molds place into the boxes for all can easily be transported to the freezer. Entire set stores nicely without taking up a lot of cabinet space in the freezer. Materials and Accessories: Made of food grade materials, kids safe home-made popsicle molds. The funnel makes pouring your ingredients into the molds a breeze, cleaning brush which is helpful to clean inside the molds. Unique Popsicle Boxes Design: 4 molds together with a box, stand firmly than other one has the feature of recesses into. The lids, in both green and blue, have the plastic sticks attached. (Add warm water to the box, a quick dip to warm water that the pop will pull out). Healthy Lifestyle and Save Money: Home-made popsicles won’t have anything weird in them like added fake coloring, chemicals, or flavors. You can make homemade ice pops as natural as you like. Homemade popsicles will cost far less. Mutipurpose for Ice Pop: Perfect for using the variety of juices, purees, gelatin, yogurt, fruit, jams, jellies, pudding and ice cream in this mold you can make almost any kind of frozen treat. This mold gives you the freedom to choose from a variety of tasty treat and enjoy it any occasion.
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An Overview On Ice Pop Makers
Homemade ice pops are a great way to make healthy foods more interesting to eat (for kids and adults). You can use fruit juices, yogurts, pureed fruits and vegetables, puddings and other ingredients in ice pops. The ingredients need to be in liquid form, though they can be thick or pureed in most cases.
Some ice pop makers are designed to make smaller pops for children, while others are larger. There are also kits that come with freezable tubes that are sealed, then opened up and squeezed from the bottom to eat.
In addition, there are bases that only hold a few molds, while others have more. Before buying, see how much room you have in your freezer for the base. Also consider how many members of your family will be consuming the treats and how many they’re likely to have each day.
Melting ice pops can be messy, but many ice pop makers have molds with drip guards. Look for this feature when you are shopping, especially if you have small children.
The Ice Pop Maker Buying Guide
- Not all ice pop makers are dishwasher safe, so check the product information before putting it in the machine. Hand washing ice pop makers is fairly easy; you can usually let them soak in soapy water for awhile before rinsing them out thoroughly.
- Check the materials used in the ice pop maker. Some will state that they comply with USDA Certified Food Grade and Freezer Product regulations; this is what you should look for.
- Keep in mind that some molds need to be run under hot water to loosen the ice pop.
- Freezer tube bags are more portable than traditional popsicles, allowing you to easily take them with you. Just be sure to keep them with an ice pack in a cooler, otherwise they could melt and make a mess.
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