Monday, November 24, 2014

How I Keep My Iced Drinks Cold Longer With IceBlox From Chef's Necessities

My family can't drink cold drinks without ice except for hubby. Maybe we got that from our mom who can't drink any cold drink without ice. So, when Chef's Necessities sent me their IceBlox, I was super exited to try it.
The IceBlox by Chef's Necessities is available in 3 colors and is made of 100% silicone and BPA-free. It comes in a set of 2 and each tray makes 8-2 inch ice cubes. It's also stackable in the freezer, dishwasher, freezer, microwave and oven-safe. This also comes with a free frozen treats guide sent through email.
I chose the black IceBlox. It has a stretchy, bendy texture similar to my silicone cupcake cups and molds. I rinsed it before I used it and then filled the IceBlox up with water. I stacked them up in my freezer and was glad that they can be stacked up because I can save up on freezer space.
I was quite excited to check in after a few hours and saw that the ice cubes were frozen already.
Love the size of the ice cubes. :) What did I like about the IceBlox?

- I like how easy it is to clean, rinse and fill-up.
- I can stack them up in the freezer. I need my freezer space so I love how this doesn't take up much space.
- The ice cubes are big! Which means, they'll melt longer than our regular-sized ice cubes. I also noticed how my juice doesn't turn watery because the ice cube doesn't melt easily.
- Kept my drink cold for a long time without the watery consistency of melting ice.
- The ice cubes were very easy to remove from the Ice Blox. I just push them up and they come off easily.
- The IceBlox doesn't crack like plastic ice cube molds. It stretches but doesn't tear.
- The ice cubes come out in once piece. Sometimes, with the plastic ice molds, our ice cubes come off broken. With the IceBlox, they come out in 1 big solid piece.


You can purchase IceBlox by Chef's Necessities on Amazon.

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