I don’t think I’ve ever shared a picture of a “prototype” pop before I had them ready to sell**, but I’m really really excited about this one I tested tonight. It’s a bold pure Raspberry pop, with a fudgy chocolate center. And it’s really really good. **We’ve got a very limited supply in the store. Read more about Prototype Pop[…]
I love the Aguas Frescas you find at proper Mexican shops. Hopefully served out of the little barrel with a ladle. The machine stuff isn’t the same. Jamaica is the name of the drink, and it makes a delicious drink. I took the hibiscus flowers and brewed a strong tea, then blended with whole apple Read more about New Hibiscus Flavor![…]
Did you know that in California Child Labor laws largely don’t apply to the children of a restaurant owner? Girls are helping me with a little experiment tonight…
I love to cook. Not just make ice pops, but all kinds of cooking. For my wife’s birthday last December I made a Vanilla Poached Pear recipe that I thought was awesome. Recently, I came across some really nice pears and decided to try and capture that dessert in an ice pop. The flavor is Read more about Featuring Our Poached Pear & Vanilla Bean Flavor[…]
We often say that our pops are made with whole fruit. Technically that’s not true for our latest flavor. It uses a vegetable, sweet potato, to sweeten it and to give it an incredible creamy texture. You’d never guess. We won’t tell your kids unless you want us too. It simply tastes like a rich, Read more about Rich & Creamy Chocolate Featuring a Powerful Superfood![…]
Horchata. Our vegan horchata uses real cinnamon, rice and homemade cashew milk for a creamy pop with a fun flavor. I think I was in my 20’s, after I moved to California, before I ever tried Horchata, but I quickly became a fan and it’s been on my list of pops to make for a long Read more about Vegan Horchata Flavor!!![…]
This might be the most expensive batch of ice pops I’ve made. 😉
An intense burst of tart lime, with a hint of basil. Why did I call it Double Lime? So you couldn’t say you weren’t warned. I love it. Let me know what you think.
Strawberries, Raspberries, and Coconut blended into a delicious deep pink pop. Super delicious.
I grew up in Texas. For me, red beans were something you put in chili, maybe. Maybe a side dish. But in parts of the world they are commonly served as desserts. Sweet azuki beans blended into a creamy vegan base. Limited time only.