Silicone Mini Ice Cube Trays 3 Pack, 160 Crushed Ice Cube Molds Easy Release Small Ice Cube for Chilling Whiskey Cocktail, Kitchen Gadgets…
- ★FOOD-GRADE SAFETY MATERIAL: Made of Silicone material certified by LFGB, these 3 small square ice cube trays safety and durability, excellent for crushed ice, coffee, smoothies, frappucinos, hard candy, and chocolate bites.
- ★SMALL ICE CUBE TRAYS – Each crushed ice trays makes 160 mini 3/8″ crushed ice cubes. Small enough for water bottles, safe and non-chokable for kids. Great for baby food!
- ★QUICK FREEZING AND FAST CHILLING – LeeYean nugget ice trays make smaller ice cubes that will chill your drink much faster than cubes made by standard or large ice cube trays so you can enjoy that sweet cold first sip much quicker. Save your time!
- ★EASY ICE RELEASE & CLEAN – Flexible material shapes the bottom well, and you could bend it back and roll out the cubes, making it easy to release ice cubes. Smooth silicone surface makes it easy to clean. You could just put them into your dishwasher after use.
- ★A MUST-HAVE KITCHEN TOOL – The Stackable feature save your kitchen room, buy it now and chill tomorrow! 100% RISK-FREE TRIAL – Please do not hesitate to contact us if any questions!
Specification: Silicone Mini Ice Cube Trays 3 Pack, 160 Crushed Ice Cube Molds Easy Release Small Ice Cube for Chilling Whiskey Cocktail, Kitchen Gadgets…
13 reviews for Silicone Mini Ice Cube Trays 3 Pack, 160 Crushed Ice Cube Molds Easy Release Small Ice Cube for Chilling Whiskey Cocktail, Kitchen Gadgets…
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K. Kuykendall –
I bought these in hopes of replicating pellet ice cubes and to supplement my ice maker at home (I’m anemic and go through ice very quickly). They’re easy to fill, stack nicely, and I don’t have issues with them spilling when I take them to the freezer. The handles on either end are super convenient and the cubes come out perfectly square with nice edges. My ONLY issue is that it is Hard for me to get the cubes out. I have to kind of bow the tray into a reverse C shape (I’m right handed, for reference) and then roll it to pop out the cubes, as well as use my fingers to finish scooping them out once they’ve popped up, and sometimes even have to push each individual cube out from the back to get them out of the tray. On average I spend 3-4 minutes per tray getting the ice out. Quality is good, but you have to WORK for that ice lol.
i create bulk cooking staples like ginger, garlic paste and freeze them. Thinking if quantity i would require at a time, using regular ice cube was painful as i had to cut them before using. This mould solves the issue easily. The cubes come out easily as u can twist the mould easily.
Apart from funky smell in opening which didn’t go completely even after wash, I think they are fantastic. I hope the smell goes away completely in couple of washes.
Taylor Brewer –
I love these! These make any drink 10x better! I’ve used them for about a year, and let me share what I wish I would’ve known sooner, as these take some work.
First, you need to have about 10-15 of these trays handy to even partially fill up a bin like I did in the first photo. If you don’t want to dedicate 10 minutes to do this task every time, then this product isn’t for you. If you don’t want to remove the ice from the trays in advanced and instead do so each time you get a drink, don’t bother. It’s too much work to remove ice from one tray at a time; they need to be done in batches with at least 10 at a time. Also, for removal, you’ll need an ice bin and a scoop.
After removing them from the freezer, thaw the trays for about five minutes. This is optional, but it may make things easier. After that, wring them out like you would a washrag and shake the cubes into an ice bin. I do this in the sink because not all of them will make it into the bin.
Now, a lot of people complained how they couldn’t remove every ice cube. People… There are like 160 small cubes in these trays! If you have ten, that’s well over 1,000! Don’t stress over removing every single cube… If it’s too much work, move onto the next tray. Lol. In over a year, I have *never* removed every cube from a tray before.
Now, this next part is important! If you don’t do this, all of your hard work will be ruined. Whenever your bin is full of ice (okay, it won’t be full, it probably takes about 30 trays to fill an entire bin lol), place it into the freezer. Next, set a timer for five minutes… After the time passes, open the freezer again and give the ice bin a good shake.
Earlier, while you were dispensing ice, all of the cubes melted a very small amount. Therefore, all of the ice will freeze together into a single block if the bin isn’t shaken! You may want to do this again after another five minutes…. It greatly varies depending on your freezer, but the key is to make sure the ice fully freezes again, but *without* freezing to one another. You can refill the trays or something while waiting for this time to pass.
Last part. When it comes to cleaning, *do not* make the same mistake I did and leave these in stagnant water with other dishes. Dirt will essentially glue to the silicon and will create dirty ice! Gross!! If you have to clean them though, I found success placing them into a sink and fully covering them with a degreaser, like Comet. After letting the trays sit in a degreaser for ten minutes, I poured boiling water over them and let it soak for another 10 minutes. Then, I rinsed the trays with a strong water pressure to fully remove any leftover dirt. Good as new!
I promise, this isn’t as much work as it sounds. Dispensing about 15 ice trays into a bin will take ten minutes + five minutes of waiting before giving the bin a good shake in the freezer. I only have to dispense the trays every 2-3 days or so. It isn’t much work at all, especially if you just keep the trays clean.
Kayla B –
I love using these for fun cocktails/iced summer drinks. If you run them under warm water the cubes are pretty easy to remove, and because they’re so small they freeze again quickly!
I love the size of this tiny ice maker, but its hard to remove the ice
Lindsey Newcomb –
I love ice size but it’s like pulling teeth trying to get them out.
Parfaits pour faire des mini cubes si vous voulez vous éviter l’achat d’un broyeur à glace pour vos liqueurs fines ou autres alcools que vous souhaitez diluer un peu. Je comprends mal les commentaires négatifs. Ils fonctionnent très bien. Bien sûr que les cubes sont petits et fondent vite. C’est le but de ce type de cubes. Ce n’est pas fait pour les cocktails allongés. On en met une bonne poignée dans un verre et on ajoute notre once et demi d’alcool à déguster. Pour bien démouler, suivre les instructions : sortir quelques minutes avant de démouler et tordre un peu comme sur l’image. Ne pas trop remplir vos moules si vous ne voulez pas que les cubes s’attachent les uns aux autres en un bloc (je le fais sous le robinet avec aérateur et je secoues le surplus d’eau en tenant compte du fait que l’eau prend de l’expansion en gelant, je glisse sur une plaque et dans un sac plastique au congélateur et une fois gelés, je démoule les cubes dans un plat avec couvercle pour les garder au congélateur et en avoir au besoin). Tout à fait conforme à mes attentes.
As soon as you take it out of the freezer they start to melt and you have to use your fingers to remove some of them. so by the time you’ve emptied them into a bowl they’re melting. So when I put them in the freezer they stick together instead of it being pretty, little individual cubes
Brandon S –
I love to make smoothies but my issue is always with ice. The regular ice cubes take up too much room in the cup, and it’s a pain in the rear to put the ice in a bag and smash it to smaller pieces. Enter these ice trays.
It was a bit tricky at first to fill them and not spill as they are quick thin in height, but once you do it a couple times it’s no problem.
Also the first couple times getting the ice out was interesting. Lots of cubes got stuck. I found if you let it melt for a minute or two, the rubber becomes malleable and you can twist the ice cubes out much easier. Happy with the purchase!
Amazon Customer –
I love the small ice but not the effort it takes to get the ice out. You must have a large container, or you will have more ice on the counter that in your glass.
Filling these up and removing them is such a pain but I love the size of these! I wanted bite-able size ice cubes that I could fill with low-calorie drinks for the summer and have a little treat that I could eat with a spoon and these definitely do the trick! (P.S. for a low-calorie frozen dessert, try freezing chocolate almond milk with sweetener in these – you get a nice fudgesicle kind of treat out of it for less than 30 calories – they’re tiny so they’re not hard to bite at all – they just sort of melt easily in your mouth)
Amazon Customer –
Makes the ice taste bad. I washed/soaked it with dish washing liquid and it still gives the ice a weird plastic flavor.
The cube size of this tray was perfect for me. However, the tray itself needs improvement. First off, it is too floppy and you will need a support tray to place it on, not only when filling it, but when placing in freezer. The cubes do not pop out easily, again because it is not a rigid design. I tend to empty the tray into a larger bowl then place in glass or stage container. The manufacturer should provide a rigid tray that these set in for use in freezer, or from sink to freezer. Silicone is a nice idea but not practical for this usage.