Juicy Grape πŸ‡ Pops

May 27th is National Grape πŸ‡ Popsicle Day

An ice pop is a liquid-based frozen snack on a stick. Unlike ice cream or sorbet, which are whipped while freezing to prevent ice crystal formation, an ice pop is "quiescently" frozen—frozen while at rest—and becomes a solid block of ice.] The stick is used as a handle to hold it. Without a stick, the frozen product is known as something else, e.g., a freezie.

Ice pops can be referred to as a popsicle (Canada, U.S.), freezer pop (U.S.), paleta (Mexico, Southwestern U.S.), ice lolly (United Kingdom), ice pop (U.K., Ireland, South Africa), icy pole (Australia), ice block (New Zealand / Australia), ice drop (Philippines), or ice candy (India, Japan).


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