were sent this innovative lolly maker from Lakeland to review. You store it inside the freezer for 24 hours
then you can make a lolly in 10 minutes.
You can do this up to three times before you need to place back in the
freezer. Hubbie my technical consultant
found the process relatively easy.
I love our new gadget?
– Smoothie mixture, frozen yoghurt or fresh juices could be used, so your children
feel like they are getting a “naughty” treat when the reality is lots of
vitamins can be packaged in a normal looking lolly! Perfect for mummies who struggle to get some goodness in their
– It actually works. We have bought
countless seemingly thrilling cheap lolly pop moulds (the last one was shaped
like Lego characters) but the contents always get stuck in the mould. We then try and hack them out whereby they
then fall off the stick…. Leaving me dealing with two sad faces, who had been
waiting patiently for their pudding!
– the only limit to how you design your lolly is your own imagination (you can
have stripes, filled lollies, colourful lollies)
– if suddenly it turns into a glorious day you have the ability to make ice
lollies and most likely you will not need to go out for supplies to make them
(as your bound to have yoghurts, milk or fruit to liquidise or something useful
to use). Saving yourself a trip to the
shops with young children is always a blessing and avoiding the constant “mummy
I want” cries!
Zoku retails at £19.99, which I would have gladly paid, given how much money I
have wasted over the years on poor alternatives and having to cheer the boys up
after numerous failed lolly making attempts.
If you have a larger family you will need to invest in a Quick Pop maker
that makes three lollies at a time (nine in total before needing to
re-freeze!). This works out more
expensive (£34.99) but again it is worth investing in a quality reliable product!
out the Lakeland website for more information on all their exciting kitchen
gadgets. I am usually clueless as to
what I want for Christmas or my birthday but suddenly I have my eyes on a few
things… maybe I should make a list to give my mum and hubbie!