If you love ice cream, slush drinks and ice pops then Zoku is the place for you. They have some adorable designs for the kids or adults. Zoku sent us a princess and kitty character pop which my daughter picked out the kitty and I picked the princess. Since she loves her ice cream I thought these would be healthier and a lot let messier.
How I used them:
- First I washed the kitty one in hot soapy water.
- I ended up pouring in some of my daughters’ juice.
- Put it in the freezer and took it out in a couple hours.
I was amazed that the Zoku character pops actually looked like a cat or princess. Plus where you hold onto them there’s a cat tail for the kitty and crossed legs for the princess. How adorable is that and it’s so easy for my 2 year-old to hold. She’s in love with her popsicles just need to work with different recipes for her. So far I’ve just been using her juice it works great just need healthier choices. One of these would have been perfect for my little girl. Zoku has plenty of other products for your family even individual ones.
I’m not a big ice cream fan but I do crave some every now and then. Looking at their other products I see the individual ice cream maker so I think I’ll be getting that. On the Zoku website they have a recipe blog which covers all of their products. I’ve already seen a couple I wouldn’t mind trying like the Strawberry Shortcake Shake this sounds amazing. If you sign up for the newsletter they can send you recipes to your inbox. The character pops are $7.99 each to me that’s not a bad price even prices on other items aren’t so bad. They’re really nice quality and to me it seems like they would cost more. As long as I treat them good then I know they’re going to last. The white part where you put your juice is easy to clean you can just push it out the other way and it won’t hurt anything. At least that’s how I’ve been doing it.
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