The Pop Chef was recently viewed by Jennifer of Sugar Pop Ribbons who asked her daughter, DD, to assist.
“Once we learned how to handle the [Pop Chef] tool properly, we were able to make a small fruit arrangement” says Jennifer. “I must admit that it took us awhile to get the finished product ready, but my daughter had a blast trying the [Pop Chef].”
Read Jennifer’s full Pop Chef review
CBS station, WFMY 2 of Atlanta Georgia, recently reviewed the Pop Chef for their “2 Test” segment.
Reporter Tony Smith begins by saying how the Pop Chef “might be put to good use for the holiday season” and the proceeds by showing the WFMY viewers a Pop Chef review from their sister station, 11 Alive.
Watch the WFMY review of the Pop Chef
Go to the Pop Chef blog post on 11 Alive’s review
“If you give children a piece of candy or a piece of something healthy and ask them to choose one, you can probably agree that they will often choose the candy” says Brian in his review of the Pop Chef for As Seen on TV Official Site Blog. “The Pop Chef makes healthy snacks more fun so that kids will want to eat cheese, fruit, vegetables, and other healthy foods. You can make healthy mini-sandwiches for your kids. You can also make mini veggie pizzas to hold your kids over until dinner.”
Brian goes on to discuss how the Pop Chef could help to create fun family times. “Having your children help you prepare the food into these different fun shapes can be a time for bonding…. The Pop Chef makes preparing and eating food fun!”
Read the full Pop Chef review from As Seen on TV Official Site Blog
“One day, after spending a lot of money on a party tray from the local caterer, I got online and saw an ad for the Pop Chef” says a Pop Chef reviewer from You’re Not Stupid! “I ordered one for myself and couldn’t believe how easy it was to work with. Now I’m able to make attractive appetizers, snacks and desserts at home: No need to go to the bakery or health food store!”
The reviewer goes on to note her ease in using the Pop Chef and the creative possibilities the Pop Chef offers saying “Pop Chef is simple: Just attach the shape of your choice to the bulb, press into food, remove, and then “pop” out the food in the shape of a star, circle, bell or any of the many shapes available….You are only limited by your imagination…!”
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The Pop Chef was recently reviewed by 11 Alive in Atlanta, Georgia for their “Try it Before You Buy It” segment.
Dana Evans and her daughter Peyton assisted in the segment and they began by noting the ease of the Pop Chef assembly. “This was not difficult at all” says Dana as she put the Pop Chef together.
Dana and Peyton then proceeded to try the Pop Chef on watermelon, cantaloupes, cucumbers and cheese. “Now this is something I would get….I can do my own edible arrangement at home” Dana says. “My rating for the Pop Chef is two thumbs up!”
Watch the full Pop Chef review from 11 Alive
The Pop Chef was recently reviewed by TV Stuff Reviews who discussed the challenges many parents face while feeding their children.
“Parents are constantly faced with the challenge of getting their kids to eat their vegetables and fruits” they begin. “Kids love anything that is uniquely shaped and parents often spend a lot of time decorating a child’s plate. The Pop Chef is a unique product that combines the two difficulties that parents face by making it easy to cut any food into interesting shapes so that a child can get a lot of healthy food into their system.”
The review goes on to highlight the numerous advantages that come from using the Pop Chef, the many types of food items one can create with the Pop Chef, and its’ ease of use.
Read the full Pop Chef review by TV Stuff Reviews
The Pop Chef is discussed by Does the Product Really Work who highlight how the Pop Chef has the ability to save you time.
“Great tasting food becomes even more appetizing if presented creatively” they begin, “however, it is not at all easy to decorate food items due to the time-consuming cutting and carving that is involved in the process.” The Pop Chef, they go on to say “promises to help instantly shape ingredients according to desired designs for decoration.”
The article goes on to mention how the Pop Chef can “promote healthy eating” and works with “various forms of food items.”
Read the full Pop Chef article from Does the Product Really Work
KFYR of Bismarck, ND recently reviewed the Pop Chef for their “Don’t Buy It Until We Try It” segment and gave it a “thumbs up!”
KFYR asked Cookies For You owner Mary Helen Hasby to assist them with their Pop Chef review. Hasby notes how the Pop Chef had easy assembly and then she tried it on some watermelon and cantaloupe. It “just pops right out” says Hasby. “I just think that’s cool.” Hasby went on to say “ It’s very easy to use. The only work you have to do is cutting up the fruit.” She even had an idea on what to do with the leftover fruit after cutting out some Pop Chef shapes. “You could just cut it up into a fruit salad…I think it’s a win-win for everyone.”
KFRY and Hasby concluded by giving the Pop Chef a “thumbs up!”
Read the full KFYR Pop Chef review
NBC station, WPMI LOCAL 15 of Alabama, recently reviewed the Pop Chef for their “Deal or Dud” segment.
Anchorwoman, Kelly Foster, lead this Pop Chef review by visiting General Manager, Rutherford Johnson, of Gigi’s cupcakes in Mobile. Johnson said he’s seen the Pop Chef commercials and soon he was trying the Pop Chef on watermelon and cantaloupe. “You squeeze it and it comes right out,” says Johnson while working on the watermelon. He then tried different thickness levels of cantaloupe and discovered how the Pop Chef was a perfect tool for this fruit. “Yep. That’s perfect. There you go,” Johnson says.
In less than ten minutes he created his own fruit bouquet and when asked if he thought the Pop Chef was a “deal or dud” Johnson replied “it was a lot of fun to use…it’s a deal!”
Watch WPMI’s full Pop Chef review
New England Cable News (NECN) recently reviewed the Pop Chef for their segment, “Does It Work? with Leslie Gaydos.”
Gaydos asked residents of the Holliston Senior Center – Sally, Carmen and Elaine – to try out the Pop Chef for the segment. The residents used the Pop Chef on some fruit, vegetables and sandwiches. “It comes out nicely” one resident says as they try it on some cantaloupe. “Pretty, pretty, pretty” another exclaims after making some sandwiches.
“Overall the Pop Chef was easy to use,” remarks Gaydos. Carmen found the Pop Chef was “easy to put together” and Sally noted how the arrangements one could create with the Pop Chef would “be fun for a party.”
“Does the Pop Chef work?” asks Gaydo alongside here news colleagues. “Yes, indeed it does….I made a few more flowers on a stick. Very cute! My daughter loves these!”
Watch the full Pop Chef review by NECN.