Peters 'Icy Pole' ice pop

Posted by Linda on 27. 2011 1 comments 0 trackback
Today was quite a hot day here in the inner west part of Sydney, so I decided to pop over to the small corner shop located just in my block to get something to eat to cool off, and bought 2 ice pops (aka popsicles). I've always loved ice pops since I was a kid, it has been my favorite type of confectionery to enjoy during those hot days to cool off (besides ice cream of course!)

This is one of the ice pops I bought at the corner shop called 'Icy Pole' from Peters (a subsidiary of Nestle):
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it's basically frozen lemonade ice pop, one of my favorite classics, frozen lemonade ice pops are also the cheapest type of ice pop you can buy in shops, only $1 each (although they used to be even cheaper in the past...everything seems to have become more expensive in the recent decade).
Of course you can make these ice pops yourself at home, just freeze some lemonade in ice pop trays and you're good to go, saves you money too and you can make as much as you like. Only problem is that I don't have ice pop trays at home (though I might add that to my shopping list the next time I go to the supermarket), and didn't mind spending that $1 on this, and it was so worth it! We all know carbonated soft drinks are even better when they're frozen!

My rating (overall):

I think I might try pink lemonade ice pop. thanks for the inspiration
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