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PRODUCT REVIEW: Bob’s Pickle Pops


Ice pops made from pickle juice.
  And now for something different, as Monty Python would say. The Pythons would have a good time with Bob’s Pickle Pops, frozen ice pops made from pickle brine and pickle juice. These “tartsicles” are just 3 calories a pop.You don’t have to be pregnant to crave Bob’s Pickle Pops (previously known as Pickle Sickles). They’ve been selling out in Texas for years, and thanks to online ordering, you can have them wherever you live.

First, let’s explain the almost-obvious: Bob’s Pickle Pops are push-up ice pops made from pickle juice (the brine left over from pickling) and freshly-squeezed pickles, much like an apple or orange is pressed for juice. They taste like frozen pickle juice, and they were a sellout at the Outerskate roller skating rink in Seguin, Texas, where they were invented.

Yes, many people are happy to have a frosty, salty, sour treat instead of a sweet ice pop or ice cream. But there’s more to Bob’s Pickle Pops than a three-calorie, sugar-free ice pop. Read the full review on TheNibble.com.





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