Monday, October 30, 2017

Mod Pop Molds from Zoku for the Holidays

We received a sample in exchange for a honest an unbiased review.

Recently, we facilitated a review for Mod Pop Molds from Zoku .



We love to make homemade popsicles. We make popsicles out of juice, yogurt, pudding and even soda sometimes. I like having a nice set of molds for this. We have went through many cheap molds.

Zoku released the Mod Pops as part of the company’s Slow-Pop ice pop mold collection. The Mod Pop molds we received included:

  • 1 in-line pop mold
  • 6 polypropylene sleeves
  • 6 sticks
  • 6 drip cups and an instruction manual.

    We made Pops from apple juice trying to be health conscious. Even though the juice has a lot of sugar it is natural sugar. That must be a tad better, I'm hoping anyway. My grandchildren loved them! Next, will be yogurt Pops.



    The Mod Pops set features a lightweight bright orange base, they are the original shaped ice block.  It also has six removable molds and six reusable sticks with drip guards to make eating less messy. Each set makes up to six flavored pops. They are designed to be easy to use and clean. The pops can be stored compactly in a freezer door. They are also designed for easy cleaning and use. These molds are BPA and phthalate free.

    To create these ice pops just add one of your favorite liquid recipes into the molds and then put them in the freezer.  After about eight hours the they should be frozen and ready to eat.  Just the rinse the mold under hot water and your Pops will release.

    I like that Zoku makes high quality products that you can trust to be a part of your kitchen ware.  We are having fun experimenting with making different popsicle recipes. These are affordable, compact and safe to eat from.

    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 their culture. Their office which they designed from scratch is their playground.

    Zoku is located in the heart of Hoboken, New Jersey. Their space is where creativity runs wild, risks are encouraged, and possibilities are infinite. They are inspired by the world around them, getting their hands dirty with prototypes and learning by collaborating, building, tasting, and exploring.

    Design is at the heart of everything Zoku does, from their product innovation to packaging to their office supplies. Zoku designs have been included in collections at The Henry Ford, the Chicago Athenaeum Museum for Architecture and Design, and thousands of kitchen counters across the world. Zoku's proudest accolades include a handful of really touching letters from their customers, but they have also been recognized by the Industrial Designer’s Society of America as an IDEA finalist, a GOOD Design Award, mentions on Wired.com, and a National Parenting Seal of Approval.

    You can connect with Zoku via Facebook , @ZokuHQ , Pinterest , Tumblr , Instagram and Zoku Website
  • 12 comments:

    1. These look perfect. I love that they're BPA and phalate free, and the drip cup is exactly what we need.

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    2. These do look like they would be easy to use--I would love to have some pops just for me in my freezer--these molds seem to fit the bill.

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    3. These are so cool, we will be looking into them. We love Popsicles all year long!

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    4. I love the Zoku brand. They always work amazing!! I didn't know that they had one with this many molds...definitely going to put it on my wish list! :)

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    5. This mold looks awesome! This is perfect for summer and other holidays where kids are just at home.

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    6. These look so good!!! I wanna try.

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    7. These look like nice pop molds. It is good to know that they are made of high grade plastic so there are no harmful chemicals that would get into the popsicles.

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    8. I used to do popsicles like this for my kids before. haha this one looks good to try! gonna check htis out!

      -Kelly Reci

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    9. I always say to myself I need to make these when I saw some pops recipe, and then I forget until I see another one, lol

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    10. This is really looks perfect and I'm sure my kids would love this too

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    11. Perfect for our family who loves frozen treats. I like that it is made of high grade plastic too. We're going to have lots and lots of different kinds of frozen treats with these pop molds.

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    12. have not heard or tried any of these, but sure worth given a try, thanks for the heads up. amazing stuff.

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