Growing Up With Ice Pops 8 Facts

October 28, 2023 by No Comments

Growing Up With Ice Pops: A Cold, Sweet Saga

You know you’re a ’90s kid, or 80s or 70s, or hey, even a 2000s kid growing up with ice pops when the mere mention of ice pops has the power to evoke the fondest of memories. Ah yes, the tale of those delightful, colorful, and sometimes weirdly flavored tubes of frozen wonder. Join me on this nostalgic trip down the popsicle-stained memory lane.

1. The Colorful Stains of Summer

Before tie-dye shirts were a trend, we had the original tie-dye: multi-colored tongues and lips from indulging in too many ice pops. Blue raspberry? Tongue turns a shocking shade of neon blue. Cherry? Suddenly, you’ve got lips that could rival any lipstick shade. Who needs makeup when you’ve got ice pops?

2. The Eternal Mystery: Flavor or Just Color?

Did the green one taste like lime or green apple? Or was it just… green? Let’s be honest, half the time it was a surprise. The colors were vibrant, but pinning down the flavor? That was part of the adventure!

3. The Technique: Nibblers Vs. Suckers

There were two kinds of kids. Those who gently nibbled on their ice pops, making them last an eternity. And then there were those who sucked on them like there was no tomorrow, finishing in record time. Which camp were you in?

4. The Tragedy: The Mid-Eat Breakage

It was all fun and games until your ice pop broke midway and fell to the ground. It felt like slow motion, watching your beloved treat plummet to its doom. A true tragedy of Shakespearean proportions!

5. DIY Experiments: The Homemade Ice Pop Adventures

Some of us became junior scientists, experimenting with every possible juice and soda combination to create the ultimate homemade ice pop. Success varied. Orange juice? Classic delight. Leftover cola? Questionable at best.

6. The Teeth-Chattering Challenge

Who else thought it was a fun challenge to see how many ice pops you could eat before your teeth started chattering uncontrollably? Just me? Okay, moving on.

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7. The “Limited Edition” Phenomenon

Every summer, there was always that one “limited edition” flavor that you either absolutely loved or thought should never see the light of day again. Remember the ‘Mystery White’ one? Was it coconut? Was it piña colada? Or was it just… frozen milk? The world may never know. Growing up with ice pops had its challenges.

8. The Evolution: From Basic to Gourmet

As we grew up, so did our ice pops. We transitioned from the basic fruit flavors to gourmet versions with whole fruit pieces, exotic flavors like hibiscus and tamarind, and even some with a splash of adult beverages. But let’s be real, the nostalgia of the simple, neon-colored ones is irreplaceable.

Conclusion: The legacy lives on after growing up with ice pops

Today, as adults, we might enjoy our fancy artisanal gelatos and sorbets. But deep down, there’s a child in each of us that will always yearn for the simple joy of a basic ice pop on a hot summer day. They taught us about the colors of the rainbow, the art of patience (or lack thereof), and how to handle heartbreak (looking at you, mid-eat breakage).

So, here’s to growing up with ice pops – the unsung heroes of our childhood summers. 🍦🌞


MAKE YOUR OWN FLA-VOR-ICE POPS! These freeze pops are so simple to make and you can fill them with any of your favorite drinks! (And parents, you can make adult versions too 😉.) I listed all of the drinks I used below and the popsicle mold plastic bags can be found in my sh0p on !nsta. Ingredients: • Tropicana Orange Juice • Tropicana Pina Colada Juice • Tropicana Watermelon Juice • OceanSpray Cran-Apple Juice • Gatorade Glacier Freeze • Gatorade Cool Blue Instructions: 1. Carefully open each pouch and fill with liquid leaving about 1 inch of space at the top before sealing. 2. Place in freezer for about 4-5 hours and enjoy! #momlife #momcontent #freezepops #icepops #flavorice #diy #recipe #snackideas #summersnacks #kidssnacks #momsoftiktok

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