Ruby Rockets

Still trying to hang on to Summer a bit here, how about you?

If you are too, and are interested in trying a healthier frozen summer treat, then you should give Ruby Rocket’s popsicles a shot. These tasty frozen pops are are different than other popsicles as they’re made with a mix of both fruits and vegetables.

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I received 3 boxes of samples to try – one of each flavor – Galaxy Green, Rock-It Red and Orbit Orange.

The Galaxy Green frozen pops are made with Kiwi, Avocado and Spinach..and yes, they’re green.

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The Rock-It Red frozen pops are made with Strawberry, Sweet Potato, Carrot and Beet which I suppose is what makes them red.

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The Orbit Orange frozen pops are made with Orange, Lemon, Strawberry, Carrot and Sweet Potato and, you got it, they’re orange.

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I was able to hire two professional frozen dessert testers for this review – my handsome guys Hunter & Westly.

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The verdict on these low calorie frozen, no artificial colors, no added sugar, gluten-free, dairy-free/vegan, non-gmo treats was a double thumbs up.

Rated in order by taste, they loved the Orbit Orange best, then the Rock-It Reds followed by the Galaxy Green.

You can find these Ruby Rocket’s pops online and if you live near here, they’re available at Fresh & Easy and Sprouts. For a location near you, click here. For a discount coupon on your Ruby Rocket’s purchase, click here.

If you try them, let me know what you think.

Happy End-of-Summer,

litasign

 

Disclosure: Yes, as stated above, I did receive these Ruby Rocket’s pops for free. The above two thumbs up results though are all from my un-biased testers. Oh and I do believe my neighbor’s children Ethan and Natalie would agree.

Lita

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