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Starbucks Debuts 3D-Printed Ice Cream Popsicles That Are Vegan & Guilt-Free
By Mikelle Leow, 06 Jul 2018
Image via Dream Pops
Starbucks has banded together with “design-driven” popsicle makers Dream Pops to roll out ice cream sticks that might as well be called, “eyes’ cream,” because they’re that aesthetically-pleasing.
Dream Pops specializes in pretty, 3D-printed geometric frozen pops that are healthier and made with plant-based ingredients.
“We prioritize what you put in your body above all else,” says its website. “Nutrient dense clean treats with a creamy consistency much like ice cream.”
The popsicles are also created in partnership with a three-star Michelin chef, so you can be rest assured that they taste as good as they look and feel.
Flavors include berry, mango-rosemary, coconut latte, and vanilla-matcha, in addition to a new flavor, ‘Chocolate Lion’, that came out of the collaboration with Starbucks.
It’s going to be a pretty small rollout, however. The new popsicles will only make their way to five Starbucks locations in Los Angeles starting 15 July, which happens to be National Ice Cream Day.
[via Foodbeast, images via Dream Pops]
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