My kids are candy whores. It's sad but true. Every morning, I wake up to cries for candy. Pathetic. Even though I resist the urge to give in to their incessant whining, I am totally afraid that their teeth will be rotted out by the time they're old enough for braces. Argh.
Anyway, we received a package of new Sugar-Free Ring Pops to try and both kids went berserk. See, they come in a package of three (Blueberry, Watermelon, and Strawberry) and I have two kids. Do the math. They were arguing over the third lollipop before they'd even tried their first! In fact, they were so distracted that the whole "sugar-free" concept slipped by them entirely. Here is the evidence that the Splenda-sweetened pops are just as delectable as the original version, at least by Roo and Jasper's calculations.
Oddly, these newfangled new Sugar-Free Ring Pops still give kids a sugar high. They are less sticky and messy, though, so that's a big plus.
Available at Walmart and BJ's stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com and ShopTopps.com.
In accordance to the FTC Guidelines and WOMMA Code of Ethics, I am disclosing that we received the sample mentioned above to facilitate this review. All opinions are, as usual, strictly my own.