Zoku = 7 MinutesTo Frozen Popsicles

As is my M.O., I root around the Internets, looking for a particular item only to get distracted by another, shinier product. Enter Zoku Frozen Pop Maker, my new summer obsession.

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Hello luva…

zoku pops

(photo credit: Amazon)

This product claims that I can have frozen popsicles in as little as seven minutes.  I can do what how fast?

Read on: The patented Zoku Quick Pop™ Maker freezes ice pops in as little as seven minutes right on your countertop without electricity. Quickly make striped pops, yogurt pops or (for the first time ever at home) flavored core pops. To enjoy Quick Pops at a moment’s notice, simply store the compact base in your freezer. The kit includes six durable, reusable plastic pop sticks that have unique ridged designs that allow pops to adhere securely, with special drip guards for tidy eating. A specially designed Super Tool helps to quickly release the frozen treats from their molds. The unit can make up to 9 pops before refreezing the unit again. Includes 1 Quick Pop Maker, 6 sticks, 6 drip guards, and 1 Super Tool.

Hmmm, seven minutes.  I could grab a book, my sunglasses, put a bit of sunscreen on and then enjoy a frozen concoction of my imagination on the patio.  (did any one else’s mind go to boozy popsicles?!) Of course you could always include the kiddies in the fun.  Have them whip up a concoction of their own, sans Grandma’s Special Juice.

Wait, I almost forgot!  As if this product doesn’t already set my brain into overdrive with possibilities, you can also get the Zoku Chocolate Station:

zoku chocolate station

(photo credit: Amazon)

~FAINT~

I think my job here is done.  I can think of a million ways to gift this sucka: Mother’s Day, Christmas, weddings, birthdays, Tuesday….

I’m gonna go out on a very sturdy limb here and say this is as glorious as having an in-home snow cone machine.  And we all know how great that is.

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. Margarita popsicles? Yum!

  2. yummy! My kids hate waiting for Popsicle… this would help :o) Thanks so much for taking the time to link up to the Tasteful Tuesday party @Nap-TimeCreations.com. Make sure to follow my blog via bloglovin, GFC or facebook so you don’t miss out on my features posts… it could be YOU :o)
    Emily

  3. Yum! Thanks for sharing at Domestic Superhero!

  4. Well, well, well. Little did I know that the ONLY 3 links I clicked to from the blog hop all belong to you. Guess I’m gonna have to subscribe. Try not to freak out that I’m now commenting for the 3rd time. I’ll leave you alone now 🙂 and about that… “as glorious as having an in home snow cone maker”. Funny. Just two hours ago I was looking up snow cone makers on Amazon and my preggo cravings were hitting the roof.

    • Mrs. Tucker says:

      Whoa. And I love snow cones, although here is South Texas we call them raspas…roll that “r’, baby! Thanks for the fun in all your comments. Come back anytime!

  5. Thanks for linking up to Sunday Social at Call Me PMc ~Paula

  6. Oh man…I’ve been eyeing this contraption for a while now. Wasn’t sure if the price was worth it. I like the idea of boozy popsicles, though. 🙂
    Kelly

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