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Pikachu Silicone Ice Cube Mold: Cold Drank, I Choose You

by Shane McGlaun
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I can’t say that I ever put much thought into Pokémon and their body temperatures. I mean, Pikachu channels electricity and right or wrong that always makes me think heat. I would assume that other than shocking the bejesus out of you, Pikachu would also make you hot. That thought is a bit at odds with this Pikachu silicone ice mold.

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This appropriately yellow-colored ice tray makes little frosty Pikachu heads that you can drop into your drinks. I guess you could freeze some juice and make the kids little Pikachu ice pops too. Another option is to make little bite size Pikachu cakes, since the mold can be baked at up to 450-degrees.

The tray has eight cubes and the Pikachu have four different facial expressions. It’s made from food grade silicone, and each cube measures 2″ x 2″ and holds 0.6 oz of liquid. Get yours at ThinkGeek for $9.99(USD).

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