Wednesday, October 22, 2014

BeeSili Ice Pop Molds Review.

BeSili Ice Pop Molds Review 

I want to begin with, sorry, this post and a few afterward are a bit overdue, I received these amazing ice pop molds by BeeSili a little over 35 days ago. They landed in my house right in the middle of that wonderful bout we had while EVERYONE was sick with one thing or another. Nothing too serious, my Mawmaw, who raised me, had been diagnosed with pneumonia, so prayers for her are always appreciated, We've survived Upper Respiratory Infections and Sinus infections with the help of these amazing molds. They come in a pack of 6, one for each of my kids. They were perfect for getting a stubborn toddler who had refused liquids and continue to scream/cough in a "roid rage", to settle down and sip/eat one. (he was given steroid for his lungs due to the URI)  As you can imagine I have a very full fridge and my freezer is even more so, I'm currently in negotiations with the Hubby to put a second fridge and deep freeze in the garage. (I'm positive he'll come around when there is no room for deer meat come rifle season*.) The pops are not attached to an upright mold and I can easily make room for them. As with any ice pop mold you can fill them with just about anything. Our current quicky is pudding or yogurt pops. One mold will hold about 3 oz/1/3 cup leaving about an inch empty for expansion. They have also been the greatest holding Boobah's Homemade Gluten Free Goldfish on the go.  A Super great product, that has given my children a super simple, eco-friendly, healthy snack option. You can purchase a set of six Ice Pop Molds with a bonus of 3 extra lids from, by searching BeeSili Ice Pop Makers or follow the link in the review or by clicking on the picture.. (These ARE NOT affiliate links I will receive no compensation what so ever.)

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

*I apologize to any of my vegan/vegetarian friends and readers. I adore my veggies and prefer to eat them. I abhor animal violence, and frankly could never pull the trigger myself, or put an animal out of it's misery, however, we live in eastern Kentucky, and it's simply a part of life, we have a large family, and my husbands hunting provides us with much needed food. I do not make it a habit to mention and will never post videos or pictures of any of the progress of my family's seasonal hunting. 


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