Sundae Shoppe Reindeer and Snowman Ice Cream Pops

Aldi is known for stocking its Special Buy freezers with loads of ice cream during the summer months, but even when the weather turns cold, the discount grocer still surprises us with frozen novelties. Among them are the Sundae Shoppe Reindeer and Snowman Ice Cream Pops.

Sundae Shoppe Reindeer and Snowman Ice Cream Pops

Selling for $1.79 at the time of publication for an 8.1-oz. box of four pops (just over 44 cents per pop), the ice cream pops come in either reindeer or snowman varieties. The reindeer pops consist of caramel-, chocolate-, and strawberry-flavored ice cream with chocolate-flavored drops for the reindeer eyes. The snowman pops consist of vanilla- and strawberry-flavored ice cream.

Sundae Shoppe Snowman Ice Cream Pops

A snowman ice cream pop out of the box.

The pops are made in Slovenia and contain no artificial flavors. They do contain processed ingredients such as guar gum, natural flavoring, and locust bean gum. Those with allergies should be aware the reindeer pops have milk, wheat, and soy, and they may contain tree nuts, coconut, and peanuts. The snowman pops have milk and wheat, and they may contain soy, tree nuts, and peanuts.

The ice cream pops are on the smaller side, at 35 grams each, so they may be just the ticket if you’re looking for a sweet treat without a lot of calories or sugar.

Sundae Shoppe Reindeer Ice Cream Pops

Sundae Shoppe Reindeer Ice Cream Pops nutrition information and ingredients. (Click to enlarge.)

The reindeer pops have slightly more calories at 70 calories per serving, with 3.5 grams of saturated fat (5% of your daily value), 2.5 grams of saturated fat (12% DV), 7 grams of total carbohydrates (2% DV), 7 grams of total sugars, and 5 grams of added sugars (7% DV).

Sundae Shoppe Snowman Ice Cream Pops

Sundae Shoppe Snowman Ice Cream Pops nutrition information and ingredients. (Click to enlarge.)

Meanwhile, the snowman pops have 60 calories per serving, with 3 grams of total fat (5% DV), 2 grams of saturated fat (10% DV), 7 grams of of total carbohydrates (2% DV), 7 grams of total sugars, and 5 grams of added sugars (7% DV).

My family highly approves of these ice cream pops, and my kids couldn’t wait to eat them as an after-dinner treat on a few recent evenings. The ice cream is creamy and flavorful and just the thing to add a bit of holiday cheer to snack time.

The Verdict:

Sundae Shoppe Ice Cream Pops come in cute and colorful reindeer or snowman shapes, and at 60 to 70 calories per serving, they will satisfy your sweet tooth without a ton of calories and sugar.

About Rachael

Rachael is the Senior Editor for Aldi Reviewer. She is a self-employed editor and writer who enjoys reading, cooking, and gardening when she isn't busy shopping at Aldi.

3 Comments

  1. I think these may be made by Leone in Slovenia. They have reindeer pops on their website that look exactly like the ones you’re showing, and they do private label. I’m making a point to go to Aldi to try these – Slovenian ice cream is yummy. Bonus: Leone states that they’re gmo free and has won many awards, if that’s indeed the producer.

  2. Fascinating, and I think you’re correct, Dee. I see the reindeer pops on their website, and if you scroll down it shows the stores they partner with, including Aldi. Thanks for sharing this information. Here’s the website, if anyone else is interested: https://www.leone.si/

  3. You’re welcome, Rachael 🙂

    I kind of looked around their website for private label partners but I must have missed the partnership with Aldi. I can’t wait to try these ice cream pops – hope my store has them!!

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