Zoku makes this adorable Dino pop holder that your kids would love. It’s easy to make homemade frozen pops from your favorite juice that your little dinosaur fan will love.
Zoku is known for their 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.
The dino pop mold has five larger-than-life dinosaur friends—a stegosaurus, pterodactyl, tyrannosaurus, triceratops, and apatosaurus. Your pops will feel right at home in any freezer and can be made with your favorite juices, smoothies, or other recipes. Each frosty pop can be easily removed from the mold by pulling on the stick—no rinsing required!
Zoku‘s Dino Pop mold is so easy to use and clean.
I’m an adult and I love frozen pops. I suffer from sore throats a lot and they always make my throat feel better. I don’t really like to buy store bought ones anymore. The flavor just doesn’t last very long in them. Not to mention I don’t need that many in my freezer at a time.
It’s super easy to make your own with this dino pop maker. There are only 4 easy to follow steps:
1. Pour chilled juice into the molds up to the fill line
2. Insert sticks
3. Freeze filled molds for 6+ hours
4. Pull out pop—no rinsing required
I love that the mold is BPA and phthalate free!
This frozen pop mold would be perfect for a child’s Halloween party. Did you know Zoku has a recipe blog linked on their website? You can find all kinds of recipe ideas for fresh homemade treats. This is a perfect way to get your kids to try new foods.
If you are in the market for a new frozen pop maker you can’t go wrong with the one from Zoku.
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