Pickle Ice Pops Are Here Just In Time For Summer

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Pickles are having a major moment in 2018. Lately all sorts of twists on traditional foods have gotten pickle-y upgrades! Well it doesn’t seem like people have reached their peak pickle obsession – so get excited fellow pickle fans, because this summer you can officially cool down on PICKLE FLAVORED ICE POPS!
Thanks to the folks over at Van Hotlen’s you can now order Pickle ice freeze pops off of amazon and have them delivered STRAIGHT to your front door. Oh and did we mention that these babies come in a 48-count box?
Van Holten says the pickle-ice pops are made of the same juice used to make the pickles they sell. The only difference is the additional electrolytes added for performance-enhancing and recovery purposes.
Per the product description on amazon, the popsicles are made of REAL deal pickle juice. So you won’t find any of that fake stuff in these pops. Each pack of 48 individually wrapped pickle ice pops contains 2 oz. of healthy, superfood pickle juice. The popsicles can be frozen and enjoyed individually as needed.
The product description also elaborates a little bit about the key nutrients that can be found in pickle juice. Apparently pickle juices is absolutely LOADED with essential minerals and electrolytes, including sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. All of these are essential for your body to perform at its absolute best.
In fact, that’s sort of how van holten’s came up with the pickle ice pop idea. An associate in Alabama sent the company’s vice president of sales and marketing, Eric Girard, a photo of a sign for frozen pickle pops. Evidently homemade frozen pickle pops are huge in southern states like texas, Alabama, Arkansas and Mississippi. They’re so popular that they even sell them at concessions stands for sporting events!
Luckily for all of us van holten’s had the genius idea to mass produce pickle pops and sell them on the World Wide Web. These bright yellow-green pops taste just like the crunchy treat — and they’re a low-calorie way to chill out on a hot day.
In fact, people love these pickle pops so much that the amazon reviews are overwhelmingly positive! One person even claims they helped relieve her post-exercise leg cramps – no lie.
You can buy them on Amazon, directly through Van Holten’s — in 8-packs or 48-packs, — or at various grocery and convenience stores nationwide, for about 50 cents a pop. And, coming this July, you’ll be able to find them in about 700 Walmart stores across the country!
Frozen pickle treats have become such a huge trend that fast food chain sonic, will be selling their very own pickle slush starting in June! The drink is a bright green and combines that sweet slushie flavor with the unmistakable blast of pickle flavor.
Once the drink hits Sonic locations, you can use the pickle-flavored syrup for anything on the menu. That means you could put it in milkshakes, sundaes, or even burgers, as long as you’re okay with possibly paying an extra charge!
However I want to turn it over to you guys. Are you all in on the pickle ice pop idea? Let me know all your thoughts down in the comments below. When you’re done with that, click right over here to see check out Chili’s new MASSIVE 5-meat boss burger! As always, I’m your host @erinrobinson on Instagram and I’ll see you next time.

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