Xpress Popsicle Maker
Xpress Popsicle Maker helps make ice pops on demand in your choice of colors and flavors. Pre-freeze the unit for 24 hours prior to use. Once frozen, you will be able to make pops in as little as 7 minutes. Makes at least two sets of pops before refreezing. Comes with 8 sticks, 4 drip cups and an ice pop removal tool. BPA free. Measures 6 1/2" x 6 1/2" x 8 1/2". 1 year warranty.
Xpress Popsicle Maker 10 10
Great Product, Great Service Purchased this ice pop maker as a less expensive alternative to the Zoku. Works just as well and the ablility to make multiple flavors and layers is a big hit with my 3 year old. Plus, the company offers great service. Our first one had loose crystalized stuff all around the edge and when I called they assured me it was totally safe but sent me a brand new one, no questions asked. It came to my door in less than a week! Very pleased. July 13, 2012
Great Fun I just got my Xpress Popsicle Maker yesterday and couldn't wait to try it out. It's been in the 90's all week and the kids have been wanting something to cool them down. I made my first batch this afternoon and everyone loved how quick it was. I even used a yogurt for my base and the popsicles came right out with no problem. I've had other molds (that need to be freezed for hours) and they wouldn't come out nearly as quick. I highly recommend this handly little gadget for anyone with kids. Now when my kids want a snack I can whip up a healthy popsicle for them. Just wish they had a storage case for them so I could make them in advance. May 20, 2012
Love this! Easy to Use! This is super simple to use. I'm not understanding why some of the people with the reviews cant seem to figure it out. You take the freezer part, wash it and stick it in the freezer for 24 hours. Then you put whatever you would like in there. We have made all fruit popsicles, cream type, anything you can think of you just blend it up and put it in there. Then you put the stick in and put it in the freezer. It varies for the time it takes to freeze through. Then you use the RED HANDLE to put out the popsicle. It turns out perfect every time. Were able to make posicles constantly in a variety of flavors. April 19, 2012
Not bad! When you compare these pops to the nasty ice cubes those old Tupperware molds used to make, these are a major advance. The texture is more like sorbet. Getting them out can be a challenge since the middle of the pop freezes last and that's the part the handle grips. Putting them in the freezer and waiting longer solves the problem (in only about 20 minutes.) We threw out the box with the directions and I cannot find a PDF of them on line. This is important for assembling the pops correctly in order to be able to use the removal tool, and to know the proper fill level. February 8, 2012
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