Monday, October 10, 2011


One of Ella's birthday presents, from my parents, was a Zoku Quick Pop Maker. I can't give you the link, as I still can't get that function to work, but it's available in places like house.

We made a pineapple and passionfruit juice and a fruit smoothie with apple juice, a banana, frozen raspberries, blueberries and fresh stawberries. Pour said liquids into the Quick Pop Maker and literally, I kid you not, 7 minutes later you have delicious popsicles!

For our second batch (I know, but the first batch was so healthy) we mixed full cream milk with left over whipped cream and chocolate ganache from Ella's cake. They were nice too, like a watery Paddlepop, again lovely but not really sweet at all.

You NEED to get one of these, you won't be able to resist! Tomorrow we're doing an external shell of raspberry puree filled with vanilla yoghurt!


Anonymous said...

so cool to read you are enjoying your Zoku. I have been looking at them for ages and am thinking 'santa' might need to bring one for our boys this Christmas. If you click on this link Peter's have some cool accessories like the stencil maker that would be fun to play with

Bel said...

ops here is the link

Sarah said...

Sooo it really does work?!

Umm Been looking at them for ages - I think a Santa pressie as well... FOR ME!!!! (lol)

two little buttons said...

ohh what a great idea. might have to put that on the christmas/birthday lists

Julia said...

I have been pondering getting an icecream maker for months. I want to make healthy vanilla bean coconut milk icecream so my Isy can enjoy it. But this, this 7 minute miracle has me all confused. Which way to go? x

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