Nothing says “Summer” like bathing suits and Popsicles.
Summertime is my absolute favorite time of year. Since I work from home, I really get to ENJOY Summertime along with my girls. And living in Florida means we have perfect weather for going to the beach, laying by the pool, or even just hanging out in our own backyard – three things we do a LOT of. But…. it’s HOT. Like REALLY hot. So one thing we make sure we always have on hand – Popsicles.
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The ice cream truck classic that you know and love! Flavors of cherry, lime and blue raspberry fill the famous fins that make this treat an all-American favorite.
According to Wikipedia, Bomb Pops have been around since 1995 with their original Red, White, and Blue variety. There are now ten flavors including Hawaiian Punch, Jolly Rancher, Banana Fudge, Sour Wower and more . Personally, I think the Original is best, but the girls love the Jolly Rancher ones.
Summer is right around the corner which means it’s time to break out the grill, grab some burgers and hot dogs, and head outside. Whether it’s for the 4th of July, or a Sunday afternoon, there’s nothing better than a summer party. Bomb Pop and Publix want to help you celebrate this summer in honor of National Bomb Pop Day (June 27) with a patriotic prize pack (in iconic red, white and blue!) and Publix gift card.
Today, on the second day of Summer, we all took a break to cool off and enjoy some Bomb Pops in the back yard. It was a fun break in this hot Summer day. Who says you need a reason to have a little mini party in the back yard? Bubbles, Sprinklers, and Bomb Pops – voila! Summer Party. And with 12 in a box – and four of us – means we can do this two more times. Midge can’t wait.
Disclaimer: I am working with Bomb Pop and Publix to share summer entertaining ideas using the information and products they provided me. However, my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments.