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The Fla-Vor-Ice brand has been keeping kids cool for more than 40 years! I remember my mom giving us Fla-Vor-Ice pops when we were kids. We especially loved to eat them while we were playing outside on hot summer days. Nowadays, Fla-Vor-Ice is a treat I give to my children. I don’t have to worry about Fla-Vor-Ice ruining their appetite for real food because it’s such a light snack.
Each Fla-Vor-Ice freezer pop is made with real fruit juice and is low in sugar (5 grams per serving). If my kids have friends over, these are an easy snack to give to everyone. Since Fla-Vor-Ice pops do not contain major allergens, I don’t have to worry too much about food allergies, plus the pops are gluten-free.
Fla-Vor-Ice pops come in a wide variety of options including Original flavors, Tropical and Sugar-Free. There is something for everyone to enjoy. My kids love all the Fla-Vor-Ice flavors, but tend to ask for their favorite colors no matter what the flavor.
We eat Fla-Vor-Ice pops anytime of year, anytime of day when we need a light, refreshing snack. Of course, summer time is our favorite time to eat them because they really help keep us cool whether we are playing at the playground or after a sports activity.
Since Fla-Vor-Ice pops never get freezer burn, it’s easy to keep a box frozen and available for grab and go snacking. They are also one of the least expensive snacking options around at only 10 cents a pop!
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