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Zoku Triple Quick Pop Maker
Zoku is known for housewares. They put the fun in functional with innovative, easy-to-use, well-designed products. Zoku means family in Japanese. The definition goes beyond creating family memories around their products, it speaks to our culture. Our office—which we designed from scratch—is our playground.
It all started with a seemingly simple idea: what if they could make popsicles freeze faster? And after months of research, testing, and prototypes, our Quick Pop Maker was born. They knew they were on to something and soon, Williams-Sonoma agreed, picking us up for their holiday season.
TRIPLE QUICK POP MAKER – Freeze ice pops in as little as seven minutes with the patented Zoku Quick Pop® Maker! Make striped pops, yogurt pops, or even flavored core pops right on your countertop without electricity. To enjoy Quick Pops at a moment’s notice, simply store the compact base in your freezer.
I wanted to show you our pictures so you could see how easy this was. My 10-year old granddaughter made them and watched them freeze. She loved it and so did her cousins.
To start, take it out of the box and put it into your freezer for 12 hours.
This is the popsicle sticks that come with it. Also contains the handle to screw it on and pull out your frozen popsicle.
It says to pour cold liquid just as juice in each slot.
All I could think of was the popsicles that I bought on clearance and believe it or not, some were not frozen and I put them on a shelf in the garage. So we used the unfrozen ones.
See the white pieces with a hole in them, we forgot to use them.
Do not forget to fill to the line only.
It was just about 8 minutes and we have our first popsicle.
The other granddaughter tried it with root beer and overfilled it so as it froze the liquid went all over the top and I had to unthaw the entire Zoku.
We cannot wait to try new varieties and the next thing is going to be pudding pops.
Just so you know they make several colors not just the blue.
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