Stainless steel Individual Ice Pop Mold

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Plastic free popsicles and frozen yogurt...? But how?!? 

Stainless steel popsicle molds of course! These individual mold cups hold about 100ml / 3.5 oz of your favorite frozen treat.

Carry the mold with you so as your treat thaws you have a cup to catch the delicious juice!


Each popsicle mold is sold individually. Comes with 4 reusable wood sticks and 4 silicone gaskets (green, blue, orange and red).

Use and care

Stainless steel parts dishwasher safe. Gaskets and sticks should be hand washed with warm soapy water.

Sizes

Length: 11.6 cm/4.6"

Width: 5.8 cm / 2.3"

Height: 5.8 cm / 2.3"

Capacity 75mL - 100mL

Materials

Made of high quality food grade stainless steel 18-8 (304). Bisphenol A (BPA) free. Lead free. Phthalate free. Tested in a third party accredited laboratory to ensure compliance with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (2008) (CPSIA) and the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA).

Origin

Made in China. Sourced from Life Without Plastic.

End of life

These molds should last a very long time! If needed, the container is recyclable. Silicone gaskets can be burned safely or recycled where silicone is accepted, such as www.sextoyrecycling.com (lol).

Bamboo sticks can be composted or used as garden markers.

 

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Works Well But Needs Support

These are fun and the popsicles come right out of the molds after running hot water on them for a few seconds! The only thing is that they are not quite flat on the bottom (top) and without a stand, it can be precarious to get them to stand up in the freezer. We've had a few spills.

Customer Reviews

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Works Well But Needs Support

These are fun and the popsicles come right out of the molds after running hot water on them for a few seconds! The only thing is that they are not quite flat on the bottom (top) and without a stand, it can be precarious to get them to stand up in the freezer. We've had a few spills.