Local "Frozen Pop Flavorologist" Finalist

Earlier this year Nestle Ice Cream invited kids throughout the US to tryout for a chance to be a “Frozen Pop Flavorologist.” The children have an opportunity to create a new ice cream flavor. A local girl, Emma B. from Martinez is a finalist for her idea. Below are all of the finalists:
-PB&J Pop (Emma B. 10 years old, Martinez, GA) – The sweet, gooey, kid-friendly flavor moves from the lunchbox to the frozen pop. The tart flabor of raspberry jam sandwiched between two layers of smooth, creamy peanut butter definitely makes this snack a chilly classic.
-Hip Hop Butterscotch (Dylan R. 11 years old, Wodbury, CT) – Bebop with a frozen pop that mixed the creamy candy taste of butterscotch with the smooth sweet flavor of vanilla.
-Cheery Cherry Bang Bang (Brian H., 8 years old, Jackson, NJ) – Terrifically sweet and undoubtedly crunchy, this pop certainly packs a mega cherry punch. One bite through the crunchy candy coating into the cherry sherbet center will make your mouth cheer.
-Blueberry Syrup Breakfast Waffle (Raymond D., 11 years old, Monroe, MI) – Hot off the griddle and right into your freezer, get the taste of breakfast anytime with this wild waffle-flavored combo. Big blueberries swirled with the taste of syrup make this frozen pop a great snack all day long.
-Stop Pop (Haley H., 8 years old, Thousand Oaks, CA) – Stop traffic with your very own fruit-flavored frozen spotlight. Tiers of sweet cherry, zippy lemon and luscious lime are sure to cause a traffic jam.
-Carmel Apple Carnival Pop (Rhiannon T., 10 years old, Abbeville, SC) – From the fairground to your freezer, this frozen pop has a juicy apple core surrounded by a smooth caramel coating.
-Strawberry Lime Slime (Ivanna S., 7 years old, Greenland, NH) – A splash of red slime (strawberries) and a cup of green ooze (orange juice and limeade), mixed together for a crazy frozen pop concoction that’s out of this world.
-Banana Split on a Stick (Shannon L., 10 years old, Cypress, TX) – This banana-shaped treat has all the yummy ingredients that made the banana split famous. Lick up layers of creamy banana, rich chocolate and sweet strawberry.
-Sparking Jewels Pop (Hailey M., Coeur d’Alene, ID, 7 years old) – Make your taste buds sparkle with this glittery flavored pop. A runway-worthy bubble gum flavored pop decked out with edible pink glitter makes this perfect pop almost too pretty to eat.
-Fruit Confusion (Amber B., 12 years old, Silvis, IL) – Half of this pop is purple, but tastes like pineapple. The other half is yellow and looks like lemon, but when you take a lick it is actually green apple. This confusing mystery pop will keep you guessing!

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