Sunsella Takes Silicone Popsicle Molds To Market

July 11, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Sunsella, a Las Vegas based supplier of kitchen utensils and other food and drink-related products, is pleased to announce the launch of their new silicone popsicle molds. The molds are made of high quality materials, and open up a whole world of creative possibilities for anyone interested in making everything from popsicles to frozen desserts. The molds are great for both young children and adults and offer great flexibility in the kitchen.

“Make healthy and tasty home-made popsicles with Sunsella Ice Pop molds,” says Sunsella, “They have a no mess, quick-freeze design, and are manufactured from high grade BPA free silicone. Portion controlled snack food storage is easy; just fill with popcorn, candy or nuts and close the silicone lid for an on-the-go flexible storage container. Come up with your own unique combinations to freeze, or try some from our free 50-recipe ice pop recipe included with purchase. There are six different colors so there are enough for the whole family. Notably, the molds are durable and reusable with no popsicle sticks required. They aren’t only great for kids, adults will love them too!”

Each set features six silicone molds made from high grade BPA free materials in six different, unisex colors, making them perfect for both boys and girls. Each set also comes with a free e-book download with 50 original, chef-designed ice pop recipes to help buyers get started. The molds are refillable and reusable; users only have to perform a simple clean and they are ready to use again. The endless list of potential recipes, and inventive ways of filling and freezing, allow the buyer to get creative and make a variety of different flavor combinations. The popsicle molds can also be used to make smoothies, jello, juice, desserts, and much more. They feature a quick-freeze, anti-leak design and can be placed on their side with no leaks, which effectively means they take up much less freezer space.

Assuming the user takes the proper steps to ensure that the cap is tightly screwed on, the likelihood of a leak is extremely low, even if the popsicles melt. There is no need to stand them up when freezing them, since they can be frozen on their sides. They work very well when frozen between vegetable bags frozen standing up in a jar or some other container. The molds can also be used to transport dry snack foods. To make them even more ideal for kids, the mold lids are secure but still easy enough to open that a five year old can do it.

A number of customers have already ordered sets of silicone popsicle molds and left five star reviews of the product. One such review, from a customer named Almond, says, “Love these colorful popsicle/snack holders. Bought these for my two year and old and his friends. They make huge popsicles so I now fill them half way. The mold was a little messy and difficult for a toddler. I stuck corn holders in this last set to give them a handle. Milk kefir makes a super tasty Popsicle. They work great as snack holders too.”

Another customer, who also left a five star review, says, “My family has a popsicle addiction. We easily go through 2-4 boxes of popsicles a week so I thought we could save some money by making our own. Well, these turned into favorites for our children instantly. I love that I can make healthy popsicles for them using things in our fridge. I’ve been able to puree fruits and yogurt (and sneak in some veggies too!) and know that my kids are getting the nutrients they need without the fights. The silicone molds are great because they push up like the gogurts the kids are used to; they keep the contents inside and off my carpets, and prevent their little hands from getting cold. I love these and will definitely be buying more.”

For a great silicone popsicle maker, contact Sunsella and order one of their sets today. The company also has a number of other high quality products in stock, including their leak proof bento boxes, silicone egg rings, and their silicone vegetable steamer baskets.

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For more information about Sunsella, contact the company here:

Sunsella
Mike Law
(702) 952-9541
info@sunsella.com
9550 S Eastern Ave Suite 253 Las Vegas, NV 89123

ReleaseID: 60029409

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