Thursday, February 20, 2014


The weather is starting to heat up where I live in Georgia.  It will be in the low 70’s today – iced tea and frozen treat weather is on the way – I hope. 

Today I came across a website for DeeBee's TeaPops, a frozen treat made with tea.


Dr. Dionne Laslo-Baker came up with these when she couldn’t find “low sugar, nut free, organic, non-GMO, gluten free, kosher and vegan” frozen treats for her children.  (Isn’t it great when you find a tasty product that is good for you.) 

So far, the company has five flavors including Berries & Cherries (with white tea), Tropical Mango (rooibos), Minty Mint (rooibos), Toasted Coconut (rooibos) and Southern Iced Tea (black tea sweetened with honey). 


I’d love to try the Southern Iced Tea pop and at only 35 calories a bar, I could enjoy it and still stay on track with my weight loss plan.  ☺

The bad news is that these TeaPops are not available in my area yet.  The company is located in Canada, but they have plans to bring the product to the US market, hopefully soon.

Have any of you tried them?  I’d love to hear your thoughts.


Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

This has to be a first, something originating in Canada? Usually we're way behind in getting products my US friends blog about. I haven't seen them but will look in the grocery store. An iced tea pop sounds refreshing.

janice15 said...

O boo hoo.. I was hoping they were able to order... let us know when they come Im in San Francisco.. and would love to have some.. they sound so wonderful.. new follower.. Happy Sunday with love Janice

Marilyn said...

I haven't tried them, but a good idea. I do make them though in my popscicle mold.

Angela McRae said...

Oh, these sound wonderful! If you do come across these later on, please send an alert. Would love to try them!

Linda @ Friendship Tea said...

We will all be on the "look-out" for these, now. Thanks for the info.

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