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It’s that time of the year again, the weather is heating up and there’s nothing quite as refreshing as a delicious, ice-cold popsicle. Homemade ones — filled with fruit, yogurt and all the ingredients your heart desires — are even better. We know, waiting for a popsicle to freeze isn’t exactly ideal, but what if we told you that the Zoku Quick Pop Maker can freeze a popsicle in just seven minutes?

That’s right, just pop the unit into the freezer for 24 hours, pour in your mixture and watch it freeze before your very own eyes. We know, the initial 24 hour period is far from instant, but hear us out. Simply keep the unit in your freezer after the first batch, and you can have fresh ice pops whenever your heart desires.

From layered concoctions and creamy ice pops to refreshingly fruity ones, the possibilities are endless.

 

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BRB making some more ice pops!

WHO IT’S FOR:

Impatient people who want a quick, easy and tasty summer treat.

HOW MUCH?

From $30

WHERE TO FIND IT:

Zoku single quick pop maker (makes up to 3 pops at a time) $30 at Walmart; Zoku triple quick pop maker (makes 9 pops at a time) $70 at The Bay.