Handcrafted. All Natural.
Real Fruit Ice Pops.
Lovingly made right here in Toronto.
Important Ordering and Catering Notice!
Until then, you can pick them up at our regular retailers–see Retailers’ page for details.
Customer Feedback and LOVE!
My name is Jamie and I am 5 (my dad is typing this). I had a Mango Slushy when we went to visit the Giant Rubber Duck and I forgot to tell the lady that your ice drink was the best I have ever had. So I’m writing to tell you, the Mango ice was the best slushy I have ever had. Also my sister Emerson said hers was also the best – she had the Cranberry-Lime. I love you guys – peace (that’s from my sister).
Augie’s popsicles are a favourite in our family! My kids get very excited when we see Augie’s at the local farmers markets around town. I know Augie’s popsicles are made with only the freshest and tastiest ingredients, so we never miss out on a chance to eat these delicious treats!
We serve Augie’s Ice Pops at our cafe and ice cream parlor and they are a best seller and crowd favourite. A fantastic lactose-free alternative as well. Bright colors and fresh vibrant flavors make for a delicious treat on a hot day for the whole family.
We have loved Augie’s Ice Pops ever since they first came on the market! Our family favourite is Grapefruit Ginger Lime! Such a unique combination – fresh, tasty with an exhilarating zing in every mouthful! We especially love that we can have a yummy treat and know that it comes from real ingredients made right here in Toronto. Talk about checking all the boxes!
Each and every one of Augie’s Ice Pops are big bursts of fabulous flavours. Whenever I see Janet handing out pops at the Sorauren Farmers’ Market she has a big welcoming smile on her face that is part of her unmistakable brand of happiness.
Love Janet! Love Augie’s ice pops! Worked with Augie’s for a custom order for Tabasco infused pops and she came up with great ice pop recipe and they were a hit at our event. Definitely use this company when I can.
My kids and I are crazy for Augie’s Ice Pops. Each week in the summer we make a beeline to Janet’s stand as soon as we get to the farmers’ market. I have also been known to hide them at the back of the freezer so I wouldn’t have to share.