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Women-Owned Frozen Dessert Brand Launches the First Vegan Fudge Pop

Make room in your freezer for Fudgy Pops!

Fudgy Pop

Fudgy Pop

Make room in your freezer for Fudgy Pops!

We’re always looking for vegan renditions of childhood snacks. Because what’s more comforting than noshing on vegan dino nuggets, pizza rolls, or pop-tarts? Well, the portfolio of nostalgic vegan snacks just grew thanks to the new brand Fudgy Pop, who’s introducing the first vegan, gluten-free fudge pops to the US market.

Vegan Fudge Pops

Fudgy Pops’ vegan fudge pops are a dairy-free, gluten-free take on the classic childhood favorite. They’re just as indulgent and chewy as you remember, but the ingredients are much better! Each 90-calorie chocolate popsicle features Guittard chocolate and a few other simple ingredients. But don’t get it twisted, these aren’t “diet bars” by any means.

The initial launch features three flavors. First up is Fudgin’ Fudgy, a classic rendition of chocolaty goodness with a touch of vanilla. Next is Berry Fudgy, which features fresh strawberry puree with fudge. And finally, Minty Fudgy—a refreshing spin on Fudgsicles with peppermint and rich, mousse-like chocolate.

Fudgin' Fudgy Frozen Dessert Bars @ Courtesy Fudgy Pop

Fudgin’ Fudgy Frozen Dessert Bars Courtesy Fudgy Pop

SorBabes’ Nicole Cardone and Deborah Gorman

Fudgy Pop is the newest venture of SorBabes’ founders Nicole Cardone and Deborah Gorman. With over a decade of experience in the vegan frozen dessert scene, the duo knows what it takes to make indulgent dairy-free treats.

“Fudgy Pop is a reinvention of the ice cream truck classic made for the modern consumer. We were craving a true fudgy chocolate experience and realized the ice cream truck fudge pops of the 90s were due for an upgrade. We [noticed] the selection of fudge pops at the grocery store were all either the same treats from decades past, lacking innovation and full of artificial flavors and dairy, or icy diet pops pumped with air and sugar alternatives, [void of] the rich, melt-in-your-mouth eating experience we remembered from childhood. We don’t think anyone should have to pick between clean ingredients and indulgence. Fudgy Pop is proof consumers can have beloved treats from childhood with clean, simple ingredients and an even more delicious eating experience,” said co-founder Deborah Gorman.

Nicole Cardone and Deborah Gorman, Fudgy Pop Founders @ Courtesy Fudgy Pop

Nicole Cardone and Deborah Gorman, Fudgy Pop Founders Courtesy Fudgy Pop

Fudgy Pops Launch Next Month

Fudgy Pops is now available for nationwide shipping. In addition, the vegan fudge pops will roll out in retailers starting with Pavilions in Los Angeles, California; Brookshire Grocery in Houston, Texas; and Reasor’s in Tulsa, Oklahoma—with plans to expand to more regions and stores soon.

For more information, visit FudgyPop.com.

Allie Mitchell

Allie Mitchell


When Allie responded to an Instagram post on @vegoutlosangeles a few years ago, she had no idea she’d join the coolest vegan team on the planet. An Austin native, actress, yogi, and part-time sword fighter (don’t ask!), Allie is on a mission to live her best life and inspire others to do the same. She graduated from Hussian College In Studio with a B.F.A. in Contemporary Musical Theatre + Film and currently acts, writes, and eats her way through Los Angeles.

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