An ice pop, frozen pop or ice lolly is a frozen water-based dessert on a stick. It is made by freezing coloured, flavoured liquid (such as fruit juice) around a stick. Once the liquid freezes solid, the stick can be used as a handle to hold the ice pop. In Ireland the term "ice pop" is used, but it is usually called a lolly ice (ice lolly in some regions). The term ice pop (or freezer pop) is used for a frozen dessert with no stick, packaged in round plastic sleeves, with popular brand names such as La Fiesta and Californian Snow, and in flat plastic sleeves with brand names such as Otter Pops - eaten by biting off a small corner of the sleeve and sucking on the ice.

Frozen pop Recipes Edit

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