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Zipzicle Figures It Out: Neoprene Ice Pop Holder

Zipzicle Neoprene Ice Pop Holder

Somebody finally figured it out: ice is cold. While this is a good thing for making tasty treats on a hot summer day, actually holding the ice treat is a pain. A cold, numbing pain. Now, our fingers can be saved from the torture that is such pleasure for our mouths.

Zipzicle, makers of convenient, but necessarily revolutionary zip baggies to make freezer pops, have created the Zipzicle Neoprene Ice Pop Holder. Specially designed to fit their zip top bags, the ice pop holder makes it easy to make and eat delicious ice pop. This round of ice pops clearly goes to Zipzicles.



July 11, 2014   No Comments

Q*bert With A Mohawk Or Freezer Pop Maker?

Ice Pop Maker Molds, Ice Pop Maker For Kids - Set of Four Sipper Ice Pop Maker BPA Free Popsicle Molds - Make 4 Juice Pops, Fruit Pops And More Inside Freezer - NO Mess Sipper Straw Base For Drinking Treats - 4 Piece

Either this is Q*bert with a mohawk or a clever addition to standard freezer pops. Considering only one of them has Q*bert’s famous orange color, these are more likely a set of Ice Pop Maker Molds With Sipper Straw Base. @!#?@! Oh well, still a pretty cool thing for a freezer pop mold to include — helps to keep those sticky fingers off the video game console.

June 9, 2014   No Comments

Norpro Silicone Ice Pop Makers Vs. Zipzicles Zip Bags

Norpro 431 4-Piece Silicone Ice Pop Maker Set

Here comes the heat, what’s going to beat it? Norpro Silicone Ice Pop Makers or Zipzicles, The ONLY Zip-Top Ice-Pop Mold?

Fight!
(Delicious fight)

Above, the Norpro 431 4-Piece Silicone Ice Pop Maker Set costs about 10 bucks and comes in a set of four. Clearly reusable, the silicone molds come with little caps to seal in juice, yogurt or whatever (“juices, purees, yogurt, soda, ice cream, pudding, applesauce, gelatin, fruit, berries, candies, chocolate, carmel, whipped cream and sprinkles”) as it freezes. Fill, seal, freeze and enjoy as they say.

Zipzicles - The ONLY Zip-Top Ice-Pop Mold!

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June 10, 2013   1 Comment

Aussie Ice Slushy Maker Makes Slushys To Go

Aussie Ice Slushy Maker

It’s hot. Hot everywhere you go. Stay cool. How? Slushy on the go!

The Aussie Ice Slushy Maker is a no-frills cooling contrivance designed to chill on the go. Just keep it in your freezer and when it comes time to beat the heat pull it out and add your favorite drink — because chances are, your fave drink will work. Designed to slushify everything from sodas and juices to energy drinks and chocolate milk (eww), the reusable mug cools down liquids in about two minutes. And for all your portable cool down needs, the chill maker comes with its own combination straw spoon, so there is no need to sneak one away from the Slurpee stand at 7-Eleven.

July 31, 2012   No Comments

Pop Goes The Frozen Pop Maker

Hamilton Beach Fastpop Quick Fast 10 Minute Ice Pop Instant Frozen Popsicle Maker Compare to Norpro Zoku

It was only a matter of time before somebody else jumped on the Zoku bandwagon. The Hamilton Beach Fastpop 10 Minute Ice Pop Instant Frozen Popsicle Maker apparently works just like a Zoku Quick Pop Maker, but at half the price. Are the frozen pops it produces just as good? Only time will tell. About ten minutes time, that is.

Product Features:

* Fast and easy! Makes 3 pops in under 10 minutes
* Make healthy treats by fruit juice or agave nectar instead of sugar to sweeten
* Makes 6 pops without refreezing base
* Control ingredients used, ideal for sensitive tummies or allergy-prone kids
* Includes: FastPop maker base, 6 dishwasher-safe sticks and removal tool, recipes

October 12, 2011   No Comments

Quicker Than Zoku

Zoku Storage Case

The popular Zoku Quick Pop Maker has a lot of things going for it, but sometimes freshly-made freezer pops in as little as seven minutes is just not quick enough. Fear not, freezer food fans, the Zoku Storage Case has the answer. The sturdy contraption offers long-term storage in the freezer for up to six Quick Pops at a time–assuming you can keep any around for that long.

June 20, 2011   1 Comment



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