Zoku ice pop maker reviews
Quick Pops by Zoku, LLCI went through the whole thing when it arrived, and have now used it several times. The recipes are hit-or-miss. Some are great and Ill make them again repeatedly, others are...well...I trashed two popsicles because I couldnt force myself to finish them (and they were chocolate, so thats saying something). Main complaint: most of the recipes make 6 popsicles, which is two batches in the Zoku. We will never need two batches of popsicles, and I dont have the Zoku storage container, so I have to halve every recipe. I would have preferred it if theyd provided measurements for the 3 popsicles that a Zoku makes, and let people double the recipe if they want to make multiple batches, instead of having to halve the recipe to make the standard amount of popsicles.
The book is a good jumping-off point, as the instruction manual that comes with the product just mentions thin yogurt with milk or make fudge pops but doesnt give any guidance as to how to actually do so. After following a few of the recipes in this book I have a better feel for the Zoku and will be better able to come up with things on my own.
HQ reviews: Zoku Quick Pop Maker
We occasionally link to goods offered by vendors to help the reader find relevant products. Some of these may be affiliate based, meaning we earn small commissions at no additional cost to you if items are purchased. Here is more about what we do. With the arrival of warmer weather and downright sweltering, HOT weather! First, I share our number one pick. Zoku is primarily a housewares business based in Hoboken, New Jersey but many foodies know them for their popsicle makers and molds with the distinctive block logo. Zoku Quick Pop Maker, White.