Zoku Single Quick Pop Maker and Chocolate Station Giveaway

I recently received this Zoku Single Quick Pop Maker

The patented Zoku Single Quick Pop Maker freezes ice pops in as little as seven minutes right on your countertop without electricity. The Zoku Single makes the same size pops as the original Quick Pop Maker, and it freezes them just as fast. The unit can make up to three pops before it needs to be refrozen.

Included: 3 Sticks, 3 Drip Guards, 1 Single Quick Pop Maker, and 1 Super Tool

The Quick Pop Maker comes in red, blue, violet, orange, and lime green.


The Zoku Single Quick Pop Makers are sold at Williams-Sonoma for $24.95

How Does It Work?

Now the only question is what kind of pop to make?

The sky is the limit and the beauty is that since it’s a single pop maker, you can switch up flavors and combinations every time you use it without having to commit to a large batch of any one flavor.

For starters, I’d like to make quick pops using these smoothie and drink recipes:

Strawberries and Cream Smoothie

Orange PushUp Smoothie

Spiced Apple Pie Smoothie (vegan, GF)

Creamy Cookie Butter White Chocolate Banana Smoothie – a pop made with cookie butter, yes please

Horchata (Vegan, GF, Soy-Free) – a horchata pop would be so creamy

Peach Mango Pineapple White Sangria – an adult-themed quick pop sounds perfect for a summer evening and although the alcohol will make this take longer to freeze, it’ll be worth the wait

…and I have so many more ideas.

One lucky reader will win one a Zoku Single Quick Pop Maker

And now for the second half of the giveaway…

The Zoku Chocolate Station, which retails at Williams-Sonoma for $19.95

How does it work?

Use the Chocolate Station to melt chocolate, dip your Pops into melted chocolate and then coat with nuts, sprinkles, crushed candy bits, or other fun toppings that you can handily place in one of the two dipping trays provided.

There’s also a Drizzle Spoon that facilitates adding additional “stripes” of chocolate.

Let the chocolate-dipped Pop eating begin!

Comment below to enter the giveaway.

1. What kind of pop would you make first with your Zoku Single Quick Pop Maker and what kind of toppings would you apply to it? (recipe links or ideas welcome)

2. For a second entry, Twitter Follow @AverieCooks and and then tweet the following:

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Contest ends Wednesday, July 25, 2012 and winner will be chosen randomly. Open to continental U.S. residents only. In full disclosure, I was given a Zoku Quick Pop Maker and Chocolate Station as shown here but am not being compensated for my thoughts, opinions, or review, which are 100% my own.


  1. I think these strawberry tequila popsicles will do the trick!

    toppings – not sure – maybe some pretty granulated sugar to match.

  2. What a fun product and giveaway! I would make a peach pop first because the peaches have been so amazing lately!

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  7. I`ve been crazy wanting this! The first I would make would probably mint chip! :D

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  10. Maybe I’d make an Horchata pop!

  11. I would make a raspberry swirl pop and dip it in white chocolate and rainbow sprinkles! Yum! my mouth is watering just thinking about it!

  12. I love these! I would make several varieties, the first a banana smoothie pop covered in chocolate. Yum!

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  14. I would love to make Strawberry Shortcake Pops!

  15. I would make a chocolate pop with rainbow sprinkles, mmmm!!

  16. I already follow you on pinterest and I repined your cake batter milkshake. I must make it soon, looks so devine!

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  18. Wow! My boys would have a tremendously good time with this (the pop-maker we’re using right now was a $2 find at the Family Dollar store)! Strawberries & cream dipped in chocolate, yum! Thanks for the chance to play. Found your blog after tooling around on Pinterest, great stuff here.

  19. Yummy! I would try a mocha pop first, probably. Love your blog!

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  23. I have always wanted to try to make pudding pops. But the kids really like fruit pops, so I think we would try pineapple and mango fruit with a little coconut. Thanks!

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  27. I just saw a demonstration of one in a kitchen store in Charleston and fell in love…now I would love to WIN one!!! Thanks for offering this!

  28. Khalilah Graves Reply

    I liked on FaceBook! I hope I win! Just saw this gadget yesterday on America’s Test Kitchen and fell in love with it!

  29. I followed on Twitter… I hope I win! Just saw this gadget yesterday on America’s Test Kitchen and fell in love with it!

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  31. Banana blueberry made with almond milk and stevia

  32. 91% Chocolate Lover Reply

    I would totally make these coconut popsicles from edible perspective:

    and then dip them in chocolate and roll them in more shredded coconut.

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  34. these are so neat!!! what a great idea. I think I would probably freeze a smoothie too…probably one with frozen strawberries, peanut flour, and almond milk for a pb&j-like pop!

  35. I think I would make a watermelon one first that’s dipped in chocolate and sprinkles!

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  37. I’m thinking pineapple and coconut dipped in dark chocolate with slithered almonds…these are really neat items. I have never heard of them before.

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  39. I would like to try PB banana topped with crushed almonds…yum!

  40. I would make tropical popsicles–coconut, mango, banana.

  41. Cherry min pops sound soooo good.

  42. Coconut lemon with orange zest popsicles are just the beginning

  43. I think a raspberry one with white chocolate drizzle would be lovely.

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