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Thursday, September 15, 2016
Making Homemade Popsicle's
I was lucky enough to be able to review the IceWabanga Ice Pop Mold. I found it through one of those Amazon review websites where you can get things for free or a deep discount in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. The only requirement is to place a review on Amazon. I like the IceWabanga Ice Mold so much. That I decided to write a review on blog to tell others about it.
The IceWabanga Ice Pop Mold came with two silicone popsicle pieces. One is the color red, the other blue. I grew up calling those icies. Pronounced ice-e. or a push popsicle. Strange how we come up with names as children and pass on those same names to our own children. I haven't tried using the silicone popsicle molds yet. I placed them aside after opening the box and forgot all about them.
Let me tell you a little bit about the IceWabanga Ice Mold before I give the recipe to make on the homemade popsicles.
The IceWabanga Ice Mold is made to freeze fruit juices or other recipes to make ice popsicles. It is nonstick and reusable to use time after time. The mold is made of a durable plastic. I love how the mold has handle grips to pick and hold the ice popsicles after making them. No more worrying about those wooden sticks if they will splinter when holding them. I think I love the handle grips the most about this product. The only complaint I can find about this product is the base is flimsy. After the mold is filled, when you carry it to teh freezer. The mold bows or bends slightly in the middle. I was extremely careful after noticing this and did not have any disasters.
3 Ingredient Homemade Popsicle's
2 cups of fresh or frozen fruit
1/2 cup of honey
1 cup of water
Place the fresh or frozen fruit in a blender, add honey and water. Blend thoroughly. Pour in to popsicle mold one by one. Making sure you leave enough room at the top to place the handles in without spilling the contents down the sides of the mold. If so, you can easily wipe them off before placing in the freezer. Wait three to four hours for the mold to set.
When the popsicles are frozen you can remove the caps in two ways. You can run hot water over them for roughly fifteen seconds or set aside to they thaw just long to remove the caps.
Enjoy your freshly made frozen popsicle.
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Posted by Sandy KS