BOB’S PICKLE POPS Original Dill Flavor

Last updated: December 8, 2023

BOB’S PICKLE POPS Original Dill Flavor

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We looked at the top Pickle Snacks and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Pickle Snack you should buy.

Overall Take

With a 3-pack of 6 pops per pack for a total of 18, BOB'S PICKLE POPS Original Dill Flavor offers a great way to try it out without the large quantities you often get with freezer pops. It's also a great alternative to the sugary flavors always found with freezer pops, with a sour, briny taste similar to a pickle out of a jar. The compact size provides a portable treat when you're on the way out the door on a hot summer day.

In our analysis of 26 expert reviews, the BOB'S PICKLE POPS Original Dill Flavor placed 2nd when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Bob’s Pickle Pops: Original dill flavor Enjoy frozen or unfrozen Easy tear open pouch

Expert Reviews


What experts liked

I actually kind of liked the briny popsicle flavor. It's definitely a treat for all of you out there who aren't too into sugary things. Trust me when I say you don't need a sweet tooth to enjoy this sour pop.

What experts didn't like

Try as I might, I just couldn’t find myself enjoying it. The flavor was not bad, and it did not disgust me, but I simply could not enjoy it. It was exactly like eating a large pouch of frozen, lower quality pickle relish.
- Nuxx

Overview

If you’ve acquired a taste for their salty, sour kick, pickles can be an irresistible snack. But did you know it’s also one of the most versatile?

Really, this should come as news to no one. We see pickles served up as side dishes and garnishes on everything from sandwiches to fine dining entrees. And as anyone who’s been to a county fair knows, they taste pretty decadent when fried.

The fermentation process that turns cucumbers into pickles also increases their longevity, which makes them the ideal candidate for a bagged snack. You can expect pickles that are traditionally brined in saltwater to last up to two years. Processed or dried pickle snacks can last significantly longer than that.

But are they healthy? Good question. Processed pickle snacks can vary wildly depending on what additives have been thrown into the mix, so check the packaging if you’re watching your calories or have allergies. Standard pickles are actually quite low in calories, but their sodium content is high. As with any snack, enjoy in moderation.

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