Sunsella Now Sells Affordable And Quality Silicone Popsicle Molds

July 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Las Vegas, Nevada based Sunsella, a company that sells home and kitchen products, recently announced that their affordable and quality popsicle molds are now available on both their website and Amazon store. They also note that the word “popsicles” trended a record high on Google last summer and is expected to break the record again this year.

“Popsicles are very popular during summer because they are easy to prepare, refreshing, and delicious. Preparing these colorful snacks is also a great way to introduce your kids to healthy eating habits. Freezing 100% fruit juice in molds is a simple way to make a healthy snack that is rich in vitamins and minerals like Vitamin A, C, and Potassium,” says Mike Law from Sunsella. He also states that combining pureed fruit with 100% fruit juice or low fat yogurt is another way to make frozen treats that contain Vitamin C, Fiber, and Calcium. Furthermore, Sunsella has published a number of specially curated popsicle recipes on their website to let parents and even kids create tasty and healthy homemade popsicles.

Sunsella’s set of six colorful silicone popsicle molds are free of bisphenol A, or BPA,and made from quality and high-grade food-safe materials that meet FDA standards. Each mold holds 3.4 fl oz (8 inches long). When customers buy Sunsella’s popsicle molds, they also get a free e-book download, containing 50 original and chef-created popsicle recipes. In addition, the silicone molds are dishwasher safe and easy to clean, and can be used to freeze fresh fruits, desserts, ice cream, yogurt, chocolate, fruit juice, and so much more.

“Making ice popsicles is also a fun way to bond with your kids. Making homemade popsicles is a great way to spend time together while also making sure that your kids are eating a snack that is made from natural ingredients and free of excessive sugar and artificial flavoring,” says Law. He also points out that store-bought popsicles often cost anywhere between $2 to $6 dollars per box, so making homemade popsicles will definitely cost far less. “As long as you get some of Sunsella’s long-lasting, high quality popsicle molds, you will be creating more and more popsicles for years to come,” he said.

Law also says that eating ice lollies is a great way to cool down during those hot summer days, especially since they are perfect for picnics, a relaxing day at the beach, and even at a poolside party. “Ice popsicles are not only great for kids but adults will love them too. They can be an excellent healthy option for people on a diet, or who are trying to lose weight. You can also use them at your next party to create frozen margaritas or experiment with other alcoholic beverages. Sunsella’s silicone molds are functional and they come with lids that fit snugly for no messy dripping. Simply pop the lid, put it back, and you can save the rest of your lollies for later,” he says.

Sunsella is a leading silicone popsicle maker in the US, based on a number of positive reviews and recommendations received online. Their silicone popsicle molds boast an average rating of 4.3/5.0 from over 1200 customer reviews on Amazon.

Heather Stoner, in an Amazon review, said, “I've tried a couple other popsicle molds, but they had a ‘stick’ that never seemed to stay put and were messy. I am so glad I’ve found Sunsella’s silicone molds. I just pour in our favorite juice, or even the juice I've extracted from my juicer, pop on the lid, and set them in the freezer. A little warm water and the silicon releases the popsicle easily, and my daughters are able to sit and enjoy without making much of a mess. Our family really tries to keep our sugar intake to a minimum and this is such an easy solution to know what ingredients are going into their sweet treat. These Sunsella popsicle molds would make a great gift and I plan on sending a few to some of my friends.”

Another happy customer on Amazon said, “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. Sunsella’s silicone molds are great because my kids can keep the popsicle contents inside and off my carpets, and prevent their little hands from getting cold. I love these and will definitely be buying more.”

More information can be found on the company’s website and Amazon store. In addition to selling popsicle silicone molds, Sunsella also supplies a number of home and kitchen products, including silicone egg rings, leak-proof bento box containers, silicone vegetable steamer baskets, stainless water bottles, and more. Interested parties may also check Sunsella’s official social media pages to stay up to date with their latest news and important announcements.

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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

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