Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Classic Groove Ice Pop Molds from kitchenne Review

In the summer time it's nice to have cold treats around the house. I got Classic Groove Ice Pop Molds from kitchenne to review. 

This set comes with 6 reusable Ice Pop Molds. They have drip-guard handles, but I always make my boys have a small bowl when they are eating their popsicles.  

The colors of the handles are:
  • 2 bright yellow
  • 2 bright pink
  • 2 bright green
I did think it was odd that the box they came in showed the color red on all the Ice Pop Molds.

Plus yellow base tray to keep molds upright for easy storage in the freezer.

I first washed all the molds before use.

I let the boys pick out the fruit that they wanted in their popsicles. Mica wanted plum and Isaak wanted cherry. 

  • 1 container of frozen apple cherry juice concentrate (melted)
  • 1 cup of ice 
  • 1 teaspoon of Spirulina
  • 1 scoop of protein powder (any variety)
  • 1 plum (I left the skin on)
  • 10 pitted cherries

Add all the ingredients in the blender, blend, and pour into the molds. Leave a little space at the top because the sticks take up room, and when they freeze they expand a bit. There will be extra, so you can by 2 sets of molds, add water, and drink it, or add more ice to make into smoothies. I made them in the morning, and we ate them 3 hours later. 

These are the boy's favorite popsicles that we've made. There's only 1 problem, Isaak's been sensitive to cold ever since he had his bottom tooth pulled. They still loved the flavor!

The molds are made from durable BPA Free, dishwasher safe, eco-friendly polypropylene plastic.

Perfect For summer, kids parties, pool parties, barbecues, whenever you want to make your own home made ice pops.

Cost: $35.99, but on sale for $10.97. 

What do you do to beat the summer heat? 

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~ Noelle said...

My Nana used to make us Popsicles when we were kids... this brings back Lots of memories :)

Masshole Mommy said...

We love making homemade ice pops. They are a favorite around here in the summer.

Indah Nuria Savitri said...

love the colors...my kids will certainly big fans :)

Indah Nuria Savitri said...

love the colors...my kids will certainly big fans :)

Theresa Mahoney said...

Mmm! Homemade popsicles are the best. I usually like to make mine with some Greek yogurt or vanilla pudding.

Eat To Live said...

Since I don't use sugar I like making my own ice pops.


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