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Progressive 10 Ice Pops Maker

Progressive 10 Ice Pops Maker

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Your Price: $26.95
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Item Number: :PLP-1

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Progressive International PLP 1 Freezer Pop Maker

The Freezer Pop maker is the quick, convenient, fun and healthy way to create 10 of your favorite treats. Get creative and fill each cup with a different juice, fruit or yogurt to make healthy snacks for every family member. The aluminum lid prevents spills in your freezer and keeps the chill away from your hands when frozen. Just reach into the freezer and treat yourself to a refreshing snack! Set includes 10 plastic, 2.5 oz. freezer pop cups, aluminum lid, and 50 wooden pop sticks.

  • Quick and Easy!
  • Fun to Use!
  • Great for Kids!
  • Icy Cool Products!
  • Makes 10 ice pops.
  • Also makes great smoothie, yogurt, and fruit pops.
  • Dimensions: top 9 x 5 5/8, height 3 7/8 without pop sticks

    Instructions:
    1) Fill pop molds
    2) Freeze
    3) Remove lid
    4) Enjoy delicious pops

    Helpful Hints:

  • To keep sticks from floating to top, soak in warm water an hour or more before inserting into lid.
  • Run warm water over aluminum lid to easily remove frozen treats.
  • Pop cups are top rack dishwasher safe.
  • Hand wash lid for best results.

    Recipes:

    Popsicle Mixture
    Using syrup made from our concentrate, mix 2oz (1/4 cup) syrup and 6oz (3/4 cup) water to make the 8 ounces of ice pop mixture.
  • Click here for syrup mixing directions
  • Click here for our complete list of flavors.

    Orange Ice:

  • 3 cups freshly squeezed orange juice
  • 2 tbs. freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 1 tsp. orange zest
  • 3/4 cup sugar
    Combine all the ingredients and stir until sugar is completely dissolved. Pour into freezer pop cups and freeze for 1 hour before serving.

    Yogurt Splash:

  • 1 pint strawberry yogurt
  • 3 cups frozen or fresh strawberries Fill freezer pop cups half way with yogurt. Drop in chopped strawberries. Fill the other half of each cup with yogurt. Freeze for one hour before serving.

  • 5 Stars
    popscile maker
    great need 1 size larger 24 at a time
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    Reviewed by:  from ak. on 3/10/2012
    5
    5 Stars
    ms.
    I found that 4-6 hours is not long enough for fruit pops. I leave them overnight. I wish I had more room in my freezer for more molds, one just goes to fast.
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    Reviewed by:  from Ca.. on 10/5/2011
    5
    5 Stars
    Great ice pop maker!
    I've had a few popsicle makers and so far this is the best! I love that you can use wooden popsicle sticks and make more than one set (I read a review that you could save them in Ziplocks in the freezer) so I now have adult and kids popsicles. I've been using a lot of fresh fruit this season, blended in the pops. I'd definately recommend these!
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    Reviewed by:  from Olympia, WA. on 8/14/2011
    5
    5 Stars
    Easy to use
    It is easy to use. I have put juices in it. Another way of having juice when it is hot out.
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    Reviewed by:  from Bloomfield, Iowa. on 6/28/2011
    5
    5 Stars
    Great!!
    I am a mother of a soon to be 3yr old and 1yr old and my son the toddler is allergic to dairy so I thought of making my own popsicle in out of fruit. I did my research before I bought this one and read the reviews about running the water over the lid to remove the popsicle. At first I thought that it would be a pain, but it's not I think it's great especially because I can store them in the storage bags so that I can continue to make more popsicles. My son, husband, friends and I love it.
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    Reviewed by:  from California. on 5/2/2011
    5
    5 Stars
    senior
    I love these molds, however I find that the lid is quite hard for me to remove. Even though I run it under water to loosen. The holes where the sticks go in are a little tight and that makes it quite hard for me. I have made 5 different kinds of pops since receiving the molds. will buy another one soon so I can make more at one time. We take them in the motor home for treats that are low in sugar and fat.
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    Reviewed by:  from USA. on 4/17/2011
    5

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