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June 10, 2014

WONKA™ PEEL-A-POP™ Review

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I received a free coupon to buy these ice cream pops to do a review.  All opinions are my own.

Did you know that the WONKA brand that makes the candies Runts, Laffy Taffy, Nerds, and more now has a ice cream pop?

I didn't know this until I got into a campaign with BzzAgent.com to try out WONKA PEEL-A-POP ice cream.

WONKA™ PEEL-A-POP™ Review via ProductReviewMom.com

 

BzzAgent gave me:


  • A coupon for a FREE (up to $4.49) 8-count box of WONKA PEEL-A-POP frozen dessert pops, redeemable at your local Kroger store.
  • A Wonka-fied whistle to let kids know when they can come running for a peelable pop.
  • A WONKA branded beach ball and pair of sunglasses for outdoor summer fun.
  • $1-off coupons to share with other parents who also shop at The Kroger Co. Family of Stores.

WONKA™ PEEL-A-POP™ Review via ProductReviewMom.com

WONKA™ PEEL-A-POP™ Review via ProductReviewMom.com

My Review 

I was expecting for the banana peels to be Laffy Taffy or Airheads but was bummed when I was eating it and it was not.  I tried both flavors Vanilla Grape and Vanilla Banana and out of the two the Vanilla Banana was my favorite one.

The way the ice cream pop works is you bite it, peel it, and enjoy.  The banana peel is lacking in flavor and the texture is gummy or maybe like a gummy jello.  But what ever it is I do not care too much for it and they should've stayed true to their brand and used Laffy Taffy or Airheads as peels.

The ice cream in the middle is vanilla and that is the best part of the ice cream pop.  It reminds me of eating vanilla pudding and I happen to love vanilla pudding.

Both of my daughters got a chance to eat this frosty treat and my oldest daughter Lauren did not care for it and my youngest Michelle loved it.

I like the fact that these Peel-a-Pops are only 70 calories so these pops is great to have to treat yourself or just a fun treat for kids during the Summer months.

WONKA™ PEEL-A-POP™ Review via ProductReviewMom.com

WONKA™ PEEL-A-POP™ Review via ProductReviewMom.com


For more news around the launch of WONKA PEEL-A-POP frozen dessert pops and the 50th Anniversary of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, follow the brand on Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter today.

Is WONKA PEEL-A-POPWorth a Try?

I think these are great pops for kids and they'll enjoy peeling them and then eating them.  I think it is the prefect Summer time treat that will tickle their taste buds.


Have you tried these Peel-A-Pops before?



Disclosure- I received a free coupon to buy the ice cream pops to do a review.  All opinions are my own.

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42 comments

  1. I saw these in the store, but didn't get them. The concept sounds interesting...I can't wrap my head about the "peeling" part, but wouldn't mind trying it out. I probably would like the Vanilla/Banana the best.

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    1. I think these pops are more for children. Those peels are not that good and I could do without them.

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  2. I noticed these the other day and was curious. Thanks for your review

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  3. I'm gonna risk the 70 calories and check these out. Always looking for a low calorie alternative to Haagen Dazs LOLOL

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    1. LOL! Yeah they are for sure a better alternative than Haagen Dazs!

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  4. I have seen these and have definitely wanted to try them and now I will! I'm interested in the peel. I keep thinking it's going to be like a fondant or something

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    1. The peel is pretty weird and the taste isn't that great and I don't like the texture of it. But the ice cream inside is good.

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  5. First, I am SO GLAD y'all were honest w your reviews! The Popsicle is very interesting w that peel part.

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    1. Thanks Aimee! I'm always honest when it comes to my reviews.

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  6. Yummy! Perfect for a hot day! I love that they don't have a lot of calories!!

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    1. The calories is the best part! LOL!

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  7. Sounds like something my son would love. Too bad the outside isn't so good :(

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    1. Yeah this ice cream is prefect for kids.

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  8. I knew about the candy not the ice cream.. there candy is great, so i am sure the ice cream pop are also.

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    1. I love Wonka's candies but not really this ice cream.

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  9. The concept sounds interesting but I would be afraid that it would be too messy. The peeling, touching, then stickiness would scary. Sounds like they may need to go back to the drawing board on this one.

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    1. It actually is not sticky to my surprise. But they missed the mark with that peel because it is not very good.

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  10. It seems like a kid-pleasing treat. I'm not sure I'd buy them for me, but for kids, yes.

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  11. Those are so cool. I am going to see if they have them at our grocery story my son would probably love these.

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    1. Your son would enjoy them Danielle.

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  12. awesome! it looks like one of those sweet treats right out of Willy Wonka factory!

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  13. Totally didn't know Wonka made ice cream! cool

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  14. ohh those look so yummy! And I love the peeling part! lol We love Wonka candy - will definitely try them out!

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    1. Try it out Debbie and see what you think. It is not tart like Wonka's candies are.

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  15. I love how candid you are. The idea sounds completely gross to me to be perfectly honest.

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  16. How cool! I didn't know Wonka made frozen treats :)

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  17. Hey! I shop at Kroger, too. They have a great selection of organic and vegan. Your little girls are so adorable. I wish we could have a playdate. :)

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    1. That would be great if our girls had a playdate! Both of our girls are pretty much the same age!

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  18. Anonymous11:06 PM

    What in the world! These are too, too funny. I bet my girls would like them. We have no Kroger near us though unfortunately, so I guess we will have to wait and see if they branch out from there?

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    1. Seems like Kroger is always the first store to get new food items. But don't feel too bad it's not in your local grocery store because these pops are not all that great thanks to the peel.

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  19. Oooh! This is really different! Never seen any pops like this. Love the peeling part of it!

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    1. The peeling part is what the kids would really like.

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  20. I've been wanting to try these. I always have my house stocked with popsicles for my two year old so we may add this to our grocery list!

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  21. I haven't seen those before. Kind of a clever way to eat our ice cream. Seems like something fun for the kids to at least try.

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    1. Yeah Stacie the kids would have fun eating these.

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