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EMILY ZAIDEN began experimenting with out-of-the-ordinary frozen pops in 2007. At the height of a Los Angeles heat wave, she decided to make adult pops for a dinner party with friends. The unusual flavors she chose were a hit, so she kept playing with new combinations. By the next summer, her own farmers' market cart and wholesale business, The Popshop, was up and running.
Since then, The Popshop has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, BonAppetit.com, KCRW, LA Weekly, Phoenix New Times, and countless food and lifestyle blogs. The Popshop pops are sold at farmers' markets and special events, and at fine food stores around Los Angeles.
Checked this book out of the library and ended up buying it. We have tried about 10 of the recipes so far and loved every one. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Karen S. Rocha
We gave this as a Christmas gift to our 12 year old son with Zoku mini pop molds . He had such fun making a different popsicle , and we had fun trying them. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Rutie
Beautiful book with excellent recipes for all ages. Fast shipping and great packaging too.Published 15 months ago by Linda M. Westfeldt
This is a lovely book, with very accessible and easily-modified recipes (if, for example, you don't eat dairy or want to modify the amount of sweetness). Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sagehen47_Seattle
I've made a number of these pops and they have all turned out great and the tips were very helpful too!Published 23 months ago by HoneyBunny
This was intended as a Xmas Gift. I had intended in combining this
with with the Zoku Pop Makers as a Xmas Gift.
To tell you the truth, this book didn't really inspire me much. Looked thru it and will eventually try some of the recipes, but in no hurry.Published on August 22, 2013 by SiouxCitySig
yummy recipes from super easy to a little more creative. feel so much better serving these to my toddler than the sugary store bought onesPublished on July 31, 2013 by Cathyren Provine