Tired of the same boring, store-bought candy? Let’s make something delicious in your freezer instead! Popsicles, or Ice pops, are frozen snacks on a stick. The company “Ross and Robbins” is considered to be the inventor of popsicles, as they sold frozen-fruit confection on a stick as far back as 1872, calling them Hokey-Pokeys. We’ve found 16 mouthwatering popsicle recipes on YouTube that you easily can make at home – Watch now!
Ice pops have many different names in various countries. They can be referred to as a popsicle in Canada and the United States, ice pop in the United Kingdom, India, Ireland, and South Africa, paleta in Mexico and the southwestern US, ice lolly in the UK, freezer pop in the US, icy pole in Australia, ice block in New Zealand and Australia, or ice drop in the Philippines.