Vegan Dreamsicle Copycat Pops Have Costco Shoppers Drooling

Clear space in your freezer and head to Costco as soon as possible because they are now carrying a vegan version of a Dreamsicle that is completely drool-worthy. Vegans, dairy-freers, and anyone who just appreciates minimal, natural ingredients — this one's for you. Instagram user @costcodeals recently broke the news of this sweet find and it sounds like a total dream(sicle) come true. These Orange Smoothie and Oat Milk Pops are from the brand Jonny Pops and they are completely dairy-free, gluten-free, GMO-free, peanut-free, and vegan. The ingredients list on the brand's website is pretty pure and simple with just oat milk, cane sugar, canola oil, orange juice concentrate, natural flavors, organic guar gum, vegetable juice (for color), and salt.

For those who missed out on Dreamsicles as children, Pastry Chef Online explains the famous popsicle has an ice milk center with an orange sherbet exterior. Can we just agree that a trip to Costco and a vegan-friendly, creamy, dreamy popsicle moment sounds like the best form of self-care ever? Not to mention there are only 80 calories, 16 carbs, and 13 grams of sugar per pop, according to the Jonny Pops website. Let's take a closer look at these sweet frozen treats.

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The promise of a dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan popsicle that tastes like a Dreamsicle may sound too good to be true, but reviews on the Jonny Pops website beg to differ. Of the nine customer reviews posted, all of them are five-stars and one commenter summed up the appeal of these pops, saying, "Oh my gosh. These are AMAZING! They are so creamy and perfectly sweet, I am amazed that they are gluten and dairy free! So thankful to find treats like these that fit my dietary restrictions. It tastes just like a dreamsicle that I remember eating as a kid. Refreshing and satisfying treat. Definitely a must try if you find it in stores!"

According to the Instagram post that tipped us off, finding these Dreamsicle copycat pops in stores might be the only problem. Apparently, the Orange Smoothie and Oat Milk pops are a limited-time deal, they're selling fast (at just $9.99 for a 12-count box, we're not surprised), and they are only available in certain midwest and southeastern cities. If you can't find Jonny Pops copycat Dreamsicle pops at your local Costco, just remember Costco has a vegan option in the frozen yogurt section of their food court. Granted, it's an acai swirl with none of the nostalgia of a Dreamsicle, but it might hold you over until you can get your hands on the vegan version of the real thing.