popsicles are still fun to eat! Check out the Chapman’s Super Lolly Rockets. It should come as no surprise that they were on sale at my local grocery store. The big kid saw the sale and her eyes lit up with glee when I offered to buy them. She’s always been a big fan of popsicles (and so was I at her age. Correction: I still am!). It may be cold outside but popsicles are yummy any time of year. In fact, I’d say they taste even better in cooler weather because they take longer to melt!
Product Review: What ingredients are in the Chapman’s Super Lolly Rockets?
The pack of Chapman’s Super Lolly Rockets that we brought home came with three different flavours: lemon lime, orange, and strawberry.
Being that they’re popsicles, I knew what we were getting ourselves in to. I knew the likelihood of having real strawberries or lemons on the ingredient list was next to none so it came as no surprise when I saw this list of ingredients for the Chapman’s Super Lolly Rockets: water, sugar, glucose, citric acid, guar gum, natural flavour, natural colour.
The only thing I’m happy about is that water is the first ingredient.
Yeah…I think I’ll just leave it at that.
Taste Test: Chapman’s Super Lolly Rockets
Of course my big kid loved her Chapman’s Super Lolly Rocket. I mean, just look at it: individually wrapped just waiting to be enjoyed.
She happily chomped away at her popsicle. As a rocket, each one comes with all three flavours so while you may only be having one popsicle, it sure does taste like you’re having three!
The Chapman’s Super Lolly Rockets are tasty and they are exactly as you’d expect they would be: sweet, tart, and cold.
Translation: ice cold happiness.
Lesson learned: while the temperature may be dropping outdoors, cold treats are always welcome. Ice cream, ice cream cakes, and ice cream sandwiches are all fun and yummy to eat but sometimes an ice cold popsicle is just as tasty and could even be more fun!
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