Healthy Snacks With Zoku & Pineapple Popsicle Recipe

Zoku Fish Pops

My son loves frozen treats. Whether it’s ice cream, freezes or popsicles he is always asking for a treat and I find myself saying no too often. I made Pineapple Popsicles with my new Zoku, and now my son can help himself whenever he wants.

Zoku: What Is It?

Zoku provides a variety of options for making treats at home. From popsicles to slushes Zoku provides a vast line up of products to help keep you cool during the hot summer months. Best of all, you can control what’s in your frozen treats (no dyes or added sugar for this house).

I was sent the fish pop molds from Zoku to review, and as soon as they arrived at the door I knew I was going to create something with pineapple.

Fish Pop Molds include your favorite under-the-sea creatures including a Shark, Clownfish, Octopus, Whale, Puffer Fish and even aΒ  Zoku Scuba Diver. Mix and match the tails for fun and surprising results. The sticks contain drip guards and have amusing “skeletons” that are revealed as the pops are eaten. The pops are easy to remove from the molds by simply pulling on the sticks, no rinsing is required.

Includes: 1 set of 6 molds and 6 sticks with drip guards

Making your own popsicles is easy

After washing the ice pop molds and “skeleton” sticks, I was ready to go.

Zoku Popsicles

I prepared my ingredients and poured to the recommended fill line.

Zoku Ice Pops Fish Bones
Look at how cute this Popsicle sticks are. When you’re finished eating the creature, you’re left with a skeleton. Each stick has a drip guard at the bottom to catch the liquids and prevent sticky hands.

This popsicle mold make ice pops in shape of ocean characters

Zoku makes it really easy to ensure you have the molds lined up with the right character; simply match the shapes and line them up. This way your scuba diver’s legs are on the right way.

Once you have put your ice pop together, store in the freezer. In eight hours, you will have a healthy Popsicle treat that your whole family will enjoy.

Pineapple Fish Popsicles Using a Zoku

Removing the ice pop is easy, just pull up and the sleeve releases with easy. There is no rinsing required.Pineapple Popsicles - These homemade popsicles have no added sugar and are the perfect summer dessert. | The Bewitchin' Kitchen

The molds I used are available here:

15 comments on “Healthy Snacks With Zoku & Pineapple Popsicle Recipe”

  1. The popsicle molds you have look so cute I need to get something like them!

  2. What a fun and cool gadget! My kids love to eat frozen treats as well so this guy would be popular in my house. I love that you can use your own recipes to create whatever you want!

  3. It seems like I’ve want zoku moulds forever. I love the idea of pineapple flavour.

  4. These look so refreshing and yummy, and those moulds are amazing! My daughters would love them.

  5. This looks great! Perfect for summer! I would love it if you joined and contribute your awesome posts at my link party at City of Creative Dreams, starts on Fridays πŸ˜€ Hope to see you there at City of Creative Dreams Link Party.

  6. Oh those shapes are so much fun. I love berry Popsicles, but should give these a try too!

  7. No way Melinda! I’m 25 and I don’t think they’re babyish at all πŸ˜‰ Zoku also offers traditional popsicle molds as well.

  8. these are adorable, I want one!

  9. Those are adorable! My four year old would love them. We make homemade freezer treats all the time!

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