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The goat cheese strawberry balsamic popsicle is a rich, slightly tangy, and berry sweet creamsicle unlike anything you’ll find in your grocer’s freezer aisle. Should you want to try it, just remember to look low: Viva Pops’ goat cheese popsicles are listed on the bottom right of the chalkboard menu behind the register.
“Oooooh, fancy,” said my youngest as I pulled a strawberry-orange juice popsicle from its mold. (Up until that moment, her pops had all been single-flavor.) Her comment reminded me of something I’d heard about gourmet popsicles — an idea which, for some reason, tickled my fancy more than gourmet cupcakes.
“I enjoy making people happy with a nostalgic treat like a frozen popsicle,” says Viva Pops owner Lisa Altmann (619-795-1080,
You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream! Ice cream, frozen yogurt and custard are just some of the chilly treats kiddos love. And with summer and warmer weather upon us, why limit these sweet treats to just one? Lucky San Diego is the home to many great options for frozen goodies. Here are six spots that will turn those screams into cheers.
Aside from her brick and mortar location, Viva Pops owner Lisa Altmann sells her popsicles at Farmers’ markets alongside the very farmers who produce the pops’ fruit. The flavors are continually changing according to the season and Viva Pops even features a line especially for dogs. And it gets better—100% of proceeds earned from their pup pops line goes to a rotating list of dog rescues.
Viva Pops featured in Best of the West section of Sunset Magazine.
Viva Pops and Cooking Channel partnered up at the Little Italy Meracato September 11th 9am-1:30pm to promote Cooking Channel and hand out FREE POPS to all!.