Norpro Frozen Ice Pop Maker,

June 17, 2018 - Comment

Norpro’s Frozen Ice Pop Maker, makes 10 3oz treats. High quality, durable plastic with aluminum top. Create your own unique frozen treats using juices, purees, yogurt, gelatin, fruit, ice cream, pudding, jams and jellies. 24 sticks included. Product Features Create treats using juices, purees, yogurt, applesauce, gelatine, fruit, ice cream and pudding Includes 24 wooden

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Norpro’s Frozen Ice Pop Maker, makes 10 3oz treats. High quality, durable plastic with aluminum top. Create your own unique frozen treats using juices, purees, yogurt, gelatin, fruit, ice cream, pudding, jams and jellies. 24 sticks included.

Product Features

  • Create treats using juices, purees, yogurt, applesauce, gelatine, fruit, ice cream and pudding
  • Includes 24 wooden treat sticks
  • Hand wash recommended
  • Designed for easy storage
  • Easily wipeable

Comments

Lukrecija Lunn says:

The lid would stick if overfill the moulds. Careful don’t pull to hard because it will crack! 1.great size and shape of the ice team2. Don’t fill over and clean the top dry so the plastic lid would remove easier.3. Best to keep them out of the freezer to let them melt a bit so it will be easier to get them out.4. Don’t put the sticks to deep.5. I broke the lid first day but I understand it was my fault because I over filled it and ofcours it froze to together.6. I am using without the lid. I wish they sell it separately. Overall it’s still works and I love…

Lisa says:

It is easy to end up with wonky wooden sticks though if … I bought this because I really fancied making ‘properly shaped’ ice lollies. Turns out my son prefers the plastic IKEA lolly moulds… but that’s not this product’s fault. I had no problems releasing the lollies from the mould, esp after running some hot water over them. It is easy to end up with wonky wooden sticks though if you are not careful. Also the whole unit is quite large, so it’s quite difficult to fit it into the (less deep) bottom drawer of my freezer and it takes up a fair amount…

Nando Cuca says:

The sticks don’t stay in place This is the only mould I could find that allowed you to use your own sticks and make plain lollies you could give to people to take away. It’s a nice sturdy mould and it feels very well built. There’s a lid which allows you to place your sticks at the centre of the lolly but the wholes for the sticks are too loose and getting them to stay in the right place every time is not an easy feat.

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