Frios Gourmet Pops will help you survive summer
Kids and adults alike love some of the more unusual flavors, like root beer float, cookies and milk, Nutter Butter and king cake.
Orange cream Frios pop
Courtesy Angela Myrick/Frios
To call them popsicles doesn’t quite cut it. Angela Myrick, owner of Frios Gourmet Pops-Tulsa, calls her pops “dessert on a stick.”
Myrick first tasted a Frios pop in Galveston, Texas, and looked into opening her own franchise in Tulsa. Her store, at 105 N. Greenwood Ave., opened last summer.
The flavors of the pops go way beyond cherry, grape and lime. Some of the most popular are Banana Pud’n, birthday cake, blueberry cheesecake, cherry lime, key lime pie, strawberry, watermelon and mango orange.
Myrick says kids and adults love Frios and some of the more unusual flavors, like root beer float, cookies and milk, Nutter Butter and king cake.
Frios is open from noon-7 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday, and noon-6 p.m., Sunday.