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Slim Snack: Lunch Box Snack Bag and Silicone Ice Pop Mold All in One

Updated on July 24, 2015

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I received Slim Snack: Lunch Box Snack Bag and Silicone Ice Pop Mold All in One. 4 pack Tie Dye Stripes from GreenPaxx in exchange only for an honest unbiased review of the product

Slim Snack: Lunch Box Snack Bag and Silicone Ice Pop Mold All in One. 4 pack Tie Dye Stripes by GreenPaxx

The Lunch Box Snack Bag and Silicone Ice Pop Mold All in One is made using 100% BPA-free food grade silicone; this silicone is certified using strict European standards to be free of lead, phthalates, BPA, and PVC. This silicone is a safe and reusable alternative to plastic. The Lunch Box Snack Bag and Silicone Ice Pop Mold All in One has many uses the most conventional being a snack holder and ice pop maker. The Lunch Box Snack Bag and Silicone Ice Pop Mold All in One can also be used to store travel necessities like small feeding utensils, Q tips, cotton rounds, vitamins, etc. The Lunch Box Snack Bag and Silicone Ice Pop Mold All in One is about eight inches tall and one inch across the top in can could about three ounces.

Arrival

The Lunch Box Snack Bag and Silicone Ice Pop Mold All in One arrived in an amazon box. Upon opening the amazon box I found the product completely undamaged and in perfect condition. View the pictures to observe the condition of the Lunch Box Snack Bag and Silicone Ice Pop Mold All in One upon arrival.

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Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup 100% Orange Juice
  • 1/2 cup 100% Pineapple Juice
  • 1/2 cup 100% Cranberry Juice

Instructions

  1. Make sure all of juices are 100% of the correct type of juice
  2. Make sure all four of your Lunch Box Snack Bag and Silicone Ice Pop Mold All in One are clean and ready
  3. Fill each of the Silicone Ice Pop Molds one third of the way full using your 1/2 cup of orange juice.
  4. Place the Ice Pop Mold in the freezer and let them set for one to three hours until the orange juice is frozen
  5. Remove the Ice Pop Molds from the freezer
  6. Fill each of the Silicone Ice Pop Molds an additional one third of the way full using your 1/2 cup of cranberry juice.
  7. Put the Ice Pop Molds back into the freezer and let them set for one to three hours until the cranberry juice is frozen
  8. Remove the Ice Pop Molds from the freezer
  9. Fill each of the Silicone Ice Pop Molds an additional one third of the way full using your 1/2 cup of pineapple juice.
  10. Freeze for four hours or until the ice pops are fully frozen
  11. Take the desired ice pop from the freezer.
  12. Eat and Enjoy!

Review

The Lunch Box Snack Bag and Silicone Ice Pop Mold All in One is a great item for children and adults. As soon as the item arrived I immediately cleaned all four of them and used them to make the 100% juice pops recipe that I included above. The silicon material allowed the mold to be easily used to squeeze the ice pop up. The ice pop molds worked wonderfully and the ice pops tasted great! Since using these molds for ice pops I have also used them as snack containers. I have used them to hold nuts, veggie sticks, pumpkin seeds, pomegranate seeds, and pretzel goldfish crackers. I mainly used these for carrying snacks in my purse I prefer these silicon molds to plastic bag because it makes me feel more green due to the fact that they are reusable. It is also nice that they do not rip like plastic bags due and the seal is even better than a Ziploc bag.

I would recommend the Lunch Box Snack Bag and Silicone Ice Pop Mold All in One to anyone one looking to make ice pops, store snacks, and/or be more environmentally friendly. These molds would be perfect for parents to carry snacks around for their children, the tye dye stripes design makes these mold particularly appealing to young children making snack time for fun. These molds can also be used for adults to carry their own snacks around in. They can easily be stored in a purse, gym bag, fanny pack, backpack, and/or dipper bag.

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      poetryman6969 

      3 years ago

      Sounds like a cool addition to the kitchen for folks with kids.

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