Tupperware Mickey Ice Tup Set

Tupperware Mickey Ice Tup Set

‘Easy to fill, simple to seal and effortless to remove’ is the way I would like to describe this amazing Tupperware Ice Tup Set. The whole Mickey Mouse theme makes it all the more adorable to work with and you will instantly feel elated. I made 3 different types of Popsicle:

  • Watermelon & Kiwi
  • Minute Maid Pulpy Orange Bar
  • Fresh Mango & Strawberry
Left- Watermelon & Kiwi, Right- Minute Maid Pulpy Orange Bar

Left- Watermelon & Kiwi, Right- Minute Maid Pulpy Orange Bar

I simply churned out fresh watermelon juice, stuffed two kiwi slices and topped the mold with the juice and refrigerated it over night. I let the Popsicle settle until next day afternoon and what came out is in front of you!

6 sticks, 6 caps and 6 molds

6 sticks, 6 caps and 6 molds

Ideal for preparing quick homemade Popsicle for kids. It includes 6 tubs with covers, six sticks and a tray. It’s one of those must have kitchen ware which not only helps you in creating fun lollies but also doubles up as a ice tray. The material is food friendly and translucent to identify your favorite flavor without opening the lip.

 

About Tupperware

Tupperware is one of the world’s leading direct selling companies with the largest women’s network, marketing premium food storage, preparation and serving items. Tupperware started its operations in India in 1996 as a premium kitchenware brand and is slowly moving towards being a complete culinary brand.

To date, Tupperware products have received 39 Red Dot Design Awards for excellence in product design. Tupperware is also recognized as one of the 10 greatest inventions of the 20th Century by the Guinness World Records. It is a matter of great pride that Tupperware has been chosen to be a founding member of the newly launched UN Women’s Private Sector Leadership Advisory Council which is a testimony to the fact that Tupperware makes a difference to the lives of women by making them economically empowered.

Happy eating & Happy reading!!!

 

A classical dancer who turned into a social media addict and her love for "All things yummy" made her write about whatever she ate.