Food of the Eighties, Otter Pops
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Yeah, I know these things have been out since the seventies, but I discovered them when I was a kid in the early 80's. The best freezer pop bar none in my book.
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Cynthia - July 28, 2007 - Report this comment
I LOVE these, but haven't seen them in years. Do they still make them?
sassy.sunshine - October 30, 2007 - Report this comment
cherry & blue raspberry were the best sometimes we wouldn't even freeze them - we'd just drink the juice
Byron - December 27, 2007 - Report this comment
Yes they still make these!! Me and my girlfriend often eat these on hot summer days after work. Rite-Aid in CA (Sacramento) always has these!!!
Melissa - February 22, 2008 - Report this comment
They still make them, but they're smaller (or I just remember them being bigger?) and they don't have the pictures and names of the Otters anymore!
disneysworld - May 24, 2008 - Report this comment
They have them on hometownfavorites.com- in the grocery store. I ordered them at $1.19 a box of 18. They have the pictures of the otter family on the box...
soda lover - May 27, 2008 - Report this comment
these were the best pops ever. my pop would allways pick some up at the store for us and they would be gone in a few days. hahahaha lol :P
Kinerkat - July 02, 2008 - Report this comment
I got 100 count box at Wal-mart last month! Strawberry Short Kook! Alexander the Grape! Poncho Punch! Louie Blue Raspberry! Little Orphan Orange! Sir Isaac Lime!
Eldaglass - September 20, 2008 - Report this comment
It wasn't until I read Kinerkat's comment that I remembered these. They came in clear plastic "tubes" that were attatched to each other (maybe about six in a row) and could be separated along perforated lines.
Eldaglass - September 20, 2008 - Report this comment
Jel-Sert now makes them. Hopefully, the link I submitted will go through.
Jess - January 17, 2009 - Report this comment
Yes they are still made, but the plastic wrappers do not have their names or the individual pictures on them anymore. They do not taste quite the same, either. Had to order mine off a website. The west coast carries otter pops, and the east coast (me) carries Fla-vor-Ice. I cannot recall why, but each coast can only carry the one. Jel Sert told me this a year ago. When I was a kid though (born in 1980) stores around here carried both. I had them in my freezer all summer long.
80sBaby - April 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Oh yeah, I remember those! Nice cold treat on a hot summer day!
Alana Cicchi - January 04, 2011 - Report this comment
Damn I want a Little ORphan Ornage Otter POP SOOO bad again.They were so MUCH better than fla vor ice sour with beter flavoring.Smaller too.short kind of,yes I want to order them but only if they taste the same???
Alana Cicchi - June 09, 2011 - Report this comment
After the 80s the otter pop company merged with flavor ice or some crap and they changed the recipe around as they always seem to do and made it "improved" but in real;ity ruined it, adding more real juice from apples to make it so called healthier like their rivals, which in turn removed the original flavor. Which was so memorable I recall it exactly from age eight.A little sour and not at all natural taste,but wonderful.They still make it, and it SUCKS it tastes exactly like al the rest of the boring pops available now days.There long and thin like the rest now, and the characters are only shown on the box and no longer right on the pop plastic itself.Walgreens sells these for a dollar a box now I tried them but it will never be the same I WANT THE ORIGINAL OTTER POP RECIPE if anyone can find it please please let me know here I check the site off and on.
Mildred Morales - June 13, 2011 - Report this comment
I miss the original cherry and orange screwballs!!!
phil - May 01, 2012 - Report this comment
i also am VERY sad that the original recipe is not used anymore. its like if they want to make a healthier alternative, then fine... BUT why not have the original (supposedly less healthy) recipe available also. if their is diet coke and regular coke, then why not the same with otter pops?!?! its tragic that they wont put out the original tase that so many of us love and miss so much :(((
Alana - June 16, 2013 - Report this comment
Theere has got to be a way to find and replicate the original taste for ourselves at home in ice cube or popcicle trays. I am sure we could find even the additives if any, or syrup if any nowdays. I think they had lime in them, just a little. They are made with apple juice now, maybe it was orange. I used to be very citrus sensitive as a child, but nowdays I have gotten less so and could eat many of them at once. I used to sit inside my igloo that my father made for me each winter, in the yard asa child, and eat them in there, even tho it was very cold, eating cold things. This is a favorite memory of mine.being out in my igloos, with otter pops. Thern going inside to the warm safe house I once lived in, and having cup a soup, while my father ate swiss cheese.HAHA
Alana - June 16, 2013 - Report this comment
Oh by the way Jess from above stated that one coast can only carry one or the other type of either Otter Pop or Flav O Ice.In MN and surrounding areas, we carry both, even in the same stores. And my friend who lives in CA said she saw both at walgreens or someplace like Vans. So that isn't exactly a rule across the board. We also carry flav o Aide, the Kool Aid alternative with less flavor.
Charlie - March 01, 2014 - Report this comment
Came out in 1970. I would eat these all the time in the summer of 1984!

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