Zoku Single Quick Pop Maker and Chocolate Station Giveaway


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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

Zoku Single Quick Pop Makers

How Does It Work?


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

Zoku Single Quick Pop Maker

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

Strawberries and Cream Smoothie

Orange PushUp Smoothie

Orange PushUp Smoothie

Spiced Apple Pie Smoothie (vegan, GF)

Spiced Apple Pie Smoothie

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

Creamy Cookie Butter White Chocolate Banana Smoothie

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

Homemade Horchata in three jars

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

Peach Mango Pineapple White Sangria

…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.

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  1. 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.

  2. 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!

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

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

  5. 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!

  6. 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!

  7. 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.

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

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

  10. 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!

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

  12. I love banana milk, so I would make banana milk popsicles! Mmmm…I could dip it in chocolate and top with peanut butter chips.

  13. I follow on Pinterest & pinned this giveaway to my “If I cooked…” board though a lot of your recipes can be found on my “oh my deliciousness” or one of my “healthy eating: ” boards! {/whitneym34}

  14. This is perfect for this single, diabetic, ice-cream loving girl! I think I would try strawberry dipped in chocolate with crushed almonds….but I would definitely have to check out some recipe suggestions.

  15. This would be great for my impatient 2 year old! I’ve been wanting to make pineapple coconut pops, so I’d have to start there!

  16. goodness they are so beautiful – kiwi and chocolate would be top choice or a banana /blueberry mix
    grape juice with sliced green grapes would look great
    i am crossing all body parts i get lucky on one of them :- P

  17. This looks so fun! I think maybe something fun like strawberry basil would be tasty. Or watermelon!

  18. This has been on my wishlist since the first time I saw one. My first pop would have to involve coffee and chocolate in some form or fashion!

  19. I would love this. My kids would have a blast !!!
    I’d make all sorts of fruit & greek yogurt & pb!!!
    Thanks for doing this give a way. Great one!

  20. I would definitely make a coffee/dark chocolate chip pop..most likely dipped in chocolate and sprinkles! YUM!

  21. Oh Averie I had no idea that Zoku now has the chocolate dipping section!
    Would love to give this a go.
    Awesome giveaway!
    I follow you everywhere!!!

  22. Oh yum! I would do a strawberry smoothie, dipped in chocolate with chopped strawberries. Yum yum yum!

  23. Some kind of fudge pop would be great. Then maybe dipped in chocolate and topped with chopped almonds…

  24. MMM! Summer pops sound great! I love your idea of a Horchata pop! I love acai and pomegranate together, so that would be my second one.

  25. These are so cool! I would make something with banana/coconut and top with chocolate!

  26. I actually have a Zoku pop maker that I have not yet used. I will when I get back to CA. GOOD LUCK to the winner of this fab Giveaway!
    I pinned this to my popsicle board :)

  27. Another giveaway? Wow, you must have money to burn, girl … BTW, I just posted on my pinterest giveaway board :-)

  28. I’m wondering if I could take a protein shake and freeze it into a Popsicle? I’d like to try! Sometime just drinking the shakes gets boring so this would be a fun way to change things up. I was also transported back to my childhood when I saw some of the pictures. Pudding pops would be awesome!

  29. My daughter just turned one so I would make her my first one. It would be a blend of pineapple, strawberry and almond milk blended together and I would put a couple whole blueberries in right after pouring the puree in. Yummy!

  30. I would make a pb/banana/chocolate pop by using a pb/banana smoothie, then dipping it in the chocolate station and covering it with peanuts. It would be sort of like a frozen chocolate banana! But even better :D For my boyfriend, though, I’d make some sort of strawberry pop and cover it in chocolate-so it’d be like chocolate covered strawberries :)

  31. Chocolate dipped cherry! Thankyou so much for giving me the opportunity to win these wonderful products!

  32. Oh, so many ideas come to mind, but I think I would start with a banana based mixture to be dipped into chocolate too!

  33. For my first pop I think I’d try the green monster I inhaled yesterday made into a pop so I could enjoy it longer.
    It was
    Frozen grapes
    Soy milk
    Nu naturals orange stevia
    And a tablespoon of oatmeal
    All blended

  34. I follow you on pinterest and I have repinned several of your recipes, most recently the pillow top bars recipe.

  35. Yum! If I won I would make a chocolate coconut zoku pop with coconut milk, cocoa and shredded coconut!

  36. Evolution, the vegan fast food place in Hillcrest, has sriracha strawberry soft serve that I’ve really been wanting to try but have repeatedly missed but I think those flavors would be worth a try in popsicle form. I’m a terrible procrastinator and a quick popsicle maker would be perfect for me!

  37. These looks FUN. I would do a fresh squeezed watermelon pop with small chocolate chips and a spumoni layered pop with pistatio, chocolate and cherry for starters!

  38. This looks fabulous, thanks for the opportunity to win! I would make some sort of chocolate coconut banana pop first.

  39. The Zoku looks so awesome!! If I was to get one, I would straight away make one out of whatever juice was in my fridge to see how cool it was for myself as fast as I can! I think I’d fall in love with it and just simply use it all day every day! Honestly, I’ve never heard of something like this and it is something that I would be very interested in looking to buy! Thanks for showing me! :)

  40. This would be a huge hit in my house. We love anything smoothie or iced. I think I would make a German chocolate cake pop. The pop would be chocolate caramel and the dip would be German chocolate with coconut and pecans. Yummy!

  41. I think I would have to make something chocolate….I have been wanting to try a creamy chocolate popsicle that is made with avocado as the creamy element. Super healthy…we’ll see if it is good!

  42. These are adorable! I’ve seen them at Williams and Sonoma but I never realized how easy they are!!

  43. I would make a strawberry coconut pop with an outer topping of hemp/chia seeds. Mmmmmm….
    I would also make a chocolate coconut pop with a caramel,chocolate, and coconut flake topping.

  44. I would definitely make a smoothie (watermelon/raspberry is our current favorite) popsicle. I would be fabulous dipped in dehydrated coconut.

  45. I would make a strawberry rhubarb smoothie and use it to make my first pop. I’d love to put some kind of yogurt drop topping on it, too.

  46. I think I’d try a Cherry Almond popsicle, dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with crushed almonds. Yumzer!

  47. OMG your pops look so tasty! Your pictures are always so clear and vivid! LOVE!
    Anyway, I would make a chocolate banana sea salt pop with a nutty topping! YUM

  48. OH my gosh how freaking cute are those?! Especially the ones with the designs and sprinkles. Uhmm I’d want to make orange creamsicle bars with chocolate sprinkles!

  49. omg these are so cute! I would definitely make a pineapple pop dipped in chocolate :) LOOOVE pineapple haha

  50. I just posted a popsicle recipe today! I love them during these hot summer days. This zoku unit looks awesome!!

  51. That might just be the coolest thing ever. I think I have to have one, or two! I would like to think I would make a healthy smoothie, but no I would make something dipped in chocolate!

    I brought back another of your old school snacks last night, your coconut oil fudge! I love that stuff!!! I think I might blog about it and link back to you today!

  52. Your Creamy Cookie Butter White Chocolate Banana Smoothie pop sounds divine – dipped in dark chocolate :)

  53. I’d make a small pot of chocolate pudding, use it to make a chocolate pudding pop (ooh… bet it would be fabulous dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with chopped Oreos), and then I’d eat the rest of the pudding.

    LOVE that these are single pop makers!

  54. These are so freaking neat! I’d do a cherry Popsicle dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with crushed almonds. <3

  55. Your horchata into pops would be fantastic! I would dip it in dark chocolate and sprinkle with coconut. Oh my gosh…sounds so good!!!

  56. This is one of those “unitaskers” that I’ve eyed longingly at BB&B but can’t bring myself to spend $$ on. I need!

    I’d make mango lassi pops, dip them in some sort of white chocolate concoction, and roll them in crused pistachios. YES.

  57. Aww, they are so cute…. I would make a kiwi, then mango, then apricot, then milk or cream (can I do a milk popsicle?) and dip it in chocolate… then sprinckle with chopped walnuts… mmm:)

  58. Loving the quick pops and chocolate dip station!!!! OMG so much fun! Think I’d first make a chocolate pop with chocolate and nut topping Mmmm.

  59. I would make a strawberry, banana pop dipped in chocolate and rolled in traditional rainbow sprinkles. So adorable, delicious and fun!

  60. I would make something fruit flavored, such as mango with LOTS of fresh fruits chunks in it…no need for toppings…unless I made strawberry and dip in chocolate, it would be like a chocolate covered strawberry!

  61. Fun! I think I would try to do one of the blended banana-nutella “ice cream” combos, and then dip that in chocolate and sprinkle with chopped hazelnuts!

  62. Oh jeez I have wanted one of these for so long!!!! I would make a raspberry one covered in chocolate and maybe sprinkles….or a cheesecake and strawberry one covered in chocolate…or even simply just an orange and cream with no toppings. YUM!!! I want one of these bad boys so bad!

  63. Yummy! Since it’s July, I’m thinking a popsicle made from a watermelon purée sounds delicious and refreshing! I might add some fresh mint to the mix!

  64. Whoa! I am totally loving that strawberry one dipped in chocolate and sprinkles :) but actually, I’m a big fudgesicle fan so I’d probably want to recreate a super fudgy chocolate pop–with sprinkles, of course!

  65. oh my gosh how cool!! the first pop i’d make would be a strawberry protein smoothie pop dipped in vegan chocolate, rolled in chopped peanuts! yum! like pb&j!

  66. My neighbor has been making us Popsicles the old fashioned way this summer. If I won the Zoku I would be strong arming him for his halva with pistachio recipe ;)

  67. How cool! I would make a nutella fudgesicle popsicle, and top it with chocolate and rainbow sprinkles. :) following Averie Cooks on pinterest!

  68. A strawberry banana popsicle dipped in dark chocolate would be amazing! Or banana and peanut butter popsicle dipped in dark chocolate, yum!

  69. These look amazing! I just bought my first home and love entertaining, so I would love to make some for those hot summer nights – maybe something fruity dipped in chocolate – best of both worlds!

  70. I follow you on Pinterest and repinned your 3 Minute Microwave Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge!

  71. These look amazing! I’m pretty sure I’d go with a Mango Banana pop for my first; although, that horchata pop sounds amazing.

  72. I saw a recipe for these kind of popsicles before and they were a Samoa Girl Scout Cookie popsicle. I would make these!


  73. Oh my goodness, this is amazing! I would make a chocolate monkey tail pop first with a banana popsicle dipped in chocolate and rolled n peanuts :D

  74. oh my goodness, the options are endless, but I think my first pop would be a coconut cream of some sort, dipped in chocolate, and topped with almonds and shredded coconut. an almond joy pop.

  75. The strawberries are so gorgeous this time of year that I would make strawberry pops, or better yet, chocolate covered strawberry pops! What a great giveaway! Thanks.

  76. I’ve been wanting to try this thing, but couldn’t decide if I wanted to invest in one. Now that I know there’s a single serving one, maybe I will (if I don’t win that is :)). I would make one with blueberries, lemon juice, and coconut milk because I just thought of it and it sounds good. Thanks for the chance to win!

  77. something with strawberries so it would be pink for the kid, and then for toppings probably rainbow sprinkles

  78. I would make the coconut peach treats I posted today in pop form! I was wishing the whole time I made them that I had popsicle molds!

  79. I would make a peanut butte and banana pop, dipped in chocolate and coated with peanuts and mini dark chocolate chips.

  80. I would use my favorite almond butter + banana smoothie recipe and then dip it in chocolate! Sounds like the perfect summer treat!

  81. I’d make a chocolate pudding pop! With Chocolate drizzle(!!) and strawberries and marshmallows! S’mores on a pop! (:

  82. I would make an almond milk, banana & mango mix for the pop and proceed to cover it in dark chocolate and some kind of crushed cookie

  83. Oh my GOODNESS! This looks fantastic! I’d be all over a traditional fudge pop :D

  84. THIS WOULD BE SOOOOOO FUN TO WIN!!!! i think I would have to try a chocolate mint cream pop to start then dip in some more chocolate…YUMMY!!!!!!

  85. I would definitely make some concoction with strawberries, cilantro and stevia. :) I’m not sure that I would do a topping on that one. The above “drink” pops look so delish!

  86. HOW FUN! Kay would love this….and so would Josh and I ;). I’d make a pineapple pop topped with chocolate

  87. I would make a berry-mango smoothie using frozen organic mixed berries and frozen mangoes from Trader Joes with some of their European Style Fat-Free plain yogurt. I also mix in wheat germ and flax seed meal. I blend it all together in the blender and it’s perfect. A little sweet, and a little tart!

  88. These are so cute!! I would definitely follow your advice and freeze a smoothie… probably banana and blueberry (my favorite this summer!), chocolate dipped!