MacKenzie was so excited to try the Num Noms Lights Freezie Pop Maker we received for review.
It’s been raining here. For days. It presented the perfect opportunity to get creative in the kitchen.
I admit I’m not the “coolest” mom because I had no idea what Num Noms are, it turns out they’re collectibles that are adorable and smell delicious.
They have a large variety of characters and come in playsets, plushies, pajamas, miniatures, as well as the popular blind bags.
MacKenzie has assured me that they are ALL amazing, but our task was to create something in the Num Noms Lights Freezie Pop Maker.
The Num Noms Lights Freezie Pop Maker comes with everything that you need to make freezie pops.
A small bowl
3 flavor packs: cotton candy, pineapple, blue raspberry
Num Nom stand
Num Nom Crazy Creations recipe book
3 Num Nom holders (including 1 that lights up)
MacKenzie created a video of her making the Key Lime Num Nom Freezer Pops.
She gathered the supplies.
For the recipe, found in the Num Noms Recipe booklet she used milk, condensed milk, and fresh lime juice.
They turned out great.
They were so easy to make, she decided to make a new batch using the Num Noms flavor packets.
The packet says it makes three, but she opted to use each pack to make one freezer pop.
I try not to ask too many questions, so I just let her be a kid.
Once she had the packet mix in the bowl, she added water to the fill line on the small (included) bowl.
Then she set to mixing.
Okay, I did speak up and tell her the powder had to be completely dissolved before she transferred it to the molds.
I also supervised, so the molds were already on the stand, upside down, so she could just pour the mixture in once she was done stirring until it dissolved.
I’m a mom.
It’s my job.
Once she had the three molds filled, she added the freezie pop sticks.
There is one that is a LIGHT UP stick.
It’s super fun.
You press a button, and it changes colors when you push the button on the side.
It also creates sibling rivalry because, well, you guessed it, there’s only one.
Needless to say, MacKenzie got it.
Here it is with the orange light on.
It blinks through a series of colors.
We’ve been warned.
This stick is hers.
We had no further questions.
The molds snap into place.
It’s a nice feature.
Then she moved the filled molds from the counter.
To the freezer to rest for six hours.
We let ours sit overnight.
Then MacKenzie made another movie revealing the freezie pops.
It’s from her original recipe for Key Lime Pops, which were my favorite!
You have to grab it and tug. Li’l Man had no issues whatsoever.
The Num Noms Freezie Pop Maker has been getting a lot of use.
I love that it makes small batches, so ingredients go a long way.
It’s going to be perfect this summer, and now that she has the hang of how the recipe and molds work, she can create her #numnomscrazycreations or use that hashtag to see what others are creating and be inspired.
Grab your own Num Noms Freezie Pop Maker for endless fun and unleashing your creative, crazy pop imagination!