I'm thrilled to be hosting a Zoku Holiday Pops Party in my home this coming weekend, thanks to Tryazon. I'll be demonstrating how to use a variety of Zoku frozen treat dessert products for Christmas treats and for year-round frozen dessert treats. And of course, there will be lots of laughter, Christmas music, snacks, and possibly a few surprises for the guests!
Want to know why I've agreed to review Zoku's frozen dessert makers for you all?
The main reason is that I think you should all know how easy it can be to make healthier, homemade frozen treats for your family, containing natural, health-promoting ingredients, without:
Now, keep in mind that some of the recipes and options I'm going to make will contain sugar, but at least I can control the amount of sugar and calories in these frozen desserts.
The second reason I agreed to demonstrate and review these Zoku products is that Zoku has come up with some pretty nifty tools since the original Zoku Quick Pop Maker became available in 2009! I thought it would be fun to give these a try and let you know how well they work (or don't work).
Here are the Zoku products I'll be demonstrating for my guests:
If you're looking for a unique gift for your children or grandchildren - or the children on your block of the neighborhood, the Zoku Quick Pops Maker or Slush & Shake Maker are going to be a hit with them all. ☺
And my daughters are a testimony to that. Their friends love the popsicles and treats made with their Zoku Quick Pops Maker!
I'll send out an update with photos of our party and how these products worked for making quick, fun desserts for Christmas. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at what amazing, fun dessert treats can be made with Zoku products. We were!
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