Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Sunsella Mighty Pops!


Do you make ice pops at home? No? Is it because you don't have the awesome silicone molds to make them? What if you could get them for a decent price?? 



I don't think I can say enough good things about this product. I love that they're easy to use, and brightly colored without a weird print. I love that they're soft. I love that my one year old can use these, and my three year old can use these. I love that they're easy to clean and easy to fill! I don't have the extra stand to fill them, I put them in a cup to hold them while I filled them up, and then put the cup in the freezer with them so they didn't get stuck. 

We made a delicious banana ice cream smoothie pop for the babies in these. It's just a smushed up banana, some cocoa, honey, and milk. Then bam! Freeze and you're done! The kids love them a lot, and I don't have to clean up nasty stains from red food dye in ice pops. My children also tend to cut their little mouths on the plastic from the store bought ice pops. So this is a great way to avoid all of that stuff I don't like and have more of what I do like. Which is yummy food and no pain! One last thing I love! On the bottom there, you can see in the second picture, there is about an inch of space to hold the bottom without freezing your little fingers off. Who wouldn't love that?



Another tip I've found: When your ice pop is frozen into your mold, just run it under warm water for a few seconds, and it will come right out! :) 

I received this product in exchange for my honest review. 

2 comments:

  1. Love this idea and you can put so many different things in them to freeze! No mess!

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