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August 14th is National Creamsicle Day!

Posted on August 14, 2018

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Happy National Creamsicle Day!

Five Facts about the Creamsicle

  1. Creamsicle is a brand name for a different frozen dessert also owned by Unilever.
  2. Again on the same flat wooden stick, it is made as a single flat bar with a rounded end.
  3. The center is vanilla ice cream, covered by a layer of flavored ice. Creamsicle flavors include orange, blue raspberry, lime, grape and cherry.
  4. They are available in several varieties, including 100 Calorie Bars, Low Fat Bars, No Sugar Added Bars, and Sugar Free Bars.
  5. 50-50 bar is an alternative name for a Creamsicle.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1873 The first issue of ‘Field & Stream’ was published.

1897 The largest sturgeon was caught, 1,387 pounds, in the Fraser River.

1941 Paul Sabatier died. Organic chemist. The margarine, oil hydrogenation and methanol industries grew out of his research.

 

August 14th is National Creamsicle Day!

Posted on August 14, 2017

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Five Food Finds about the Creamsicle

  1. Creamsicle is a brand name for a different frozen dessert also owned by Unilever.
  2. They are traditionally on a flat wooden stick, a single flat bar with a rounded end.
  3. The center is vanilla ice cream, covered by a layer of flavored ice. Creamsicle flavors include orange, blue raspberry, lime, grape and cherry.
  4. They are available in several varieties, including 100 Calorie Bars, Low Fat Bars, No Sugar Added Bars, and Sugar Free Bars.
  5. 50-50 bar is an alternative name for a Creamsicle.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1873 The first issue of ‘Field & Stream’ was published.

1897 The largest sturgeon was caught, 1,387 pounds, in the Fraser River.

1941 Paul Sabatier died. Organic chemist. The margarine, oil hydrogenation and methanol industries grew out of his research.

 

August 14th is National Creamsicle Day!

Posted on August 14, 2016

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Five Food Finds about the Creamsicle

  1. Creamsicle is a brand name for a different frozen dessert also owned by Unilever.
  2. Again on the same flat wooden stick, it is made as a single flat bar with a rounded end.
  3. The center is vanilla ice cream, covered by a layer of flavored ice. Creamsicle flavors include orange, blue raspberry, lime, grape and cherry.
  4. They are available in several varieties, including 100 Calorie Bars, Low Fat Bars, No Sugar Added Bars, and Sugar Free Bars.
  5. 50-50 bar is an alternative name for a Creamsicle.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1873 The first issue of ‘Field & Stream’ was published.

1897 The largest sturgeon was caught, 1,387 pounds, in the Fraser River.

1941 Paul Sabatier died. Organic chemist. The margarine, oil hydrogenation and methanol industries grew out of his research.

 

August 14 is National Creamsicle Day

Posted on August 14, 2015

Found on cookingandbeer.com

Found on cookingandbeer.com

Citrus and Vanilla are flavors made for Summer!

Here are today’s five thing to know about Creamsicle:

  1. Creamsicle is a brand name for a different frozen dessert also owned by Unilever.
  2. Again on the same flat wooden stick, it is made as a single flat bar with a rounded end.
  3. The center is vanilla ice cream, covered by a layer of flavored ice. Creamsicle flavors include orange, blue raspberry, lime, grape and cherry.
  4. They are available in several varieties, including 100 Calorie Bars, Low Fat Bars, No Sugar Added Bars, and Sugar Free Bars.
  5. 50-50 bar is an alternative name for a Creamsicle.

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Today’s Pinterest: Creamsicles / Not only for kids 

Today’s Food History

  • 1873 The first issue of ‘Field & Stream’ was published.
  • 1897 The largest sturgeon was caught, 1,387 pounds, in the Fraser River.
  • 1941 Paul Sabatier died. Organic chemist. The margarine, oil hydrogenation and methanol industries grew out of his research.

August 14 is National Creamsicle Day

Posted on August 14, 2014

Found on cookingandbeer.com

Found on cookingandbeer.com

Citrus and Vanilla are flavors made for Summer!

Here are today’s five thing to know about Creamsicle:

  1. Creamsicle is a brand name for a different frozen dessert also owned by Unilever.
  2. Again on the same flat wooden stick, it is made as a single flat bar with a rounded end.
  3. The center is vanilla ice cream, covered by a layer of flavored ice. Creamsicle flavors include orange, blue raspberry, lime, grape and cherry.
  4. They are available in several varieties, including 100 Calorie Bars, Low Fat Bars, No Sugar Added Bars, and Sugar Free Bars.
  5. 50-50 bar is an alternative name for a Creamsicle.

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Today’s Pinterest: Creamsicles / Not only for kids 

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Today’s Food History

  • 1873 The first issue of ‘Field & Stream’ was published.
  • 1897 The largest sturgeon was caught, 1,387 pounds, in the Fraser River.
  • 1941 Paul Sabatier died. Organic chemist. The margarine, oil hydrogenation and methanol industries grew out of his research.

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National Creamsicle Day

Posted on August 14, 2013

National Creamsicle Day

Five Food Finds about the Creamsicle

  • Creamsicle is a brand name for a different frozen dessert also owned by Unilever.
  • Again on the same flat wooden stick, it is made as a single flat bar with a rounded end.
  • The center is vanilla ice cream, covered by a layer of flavored ice. Creamsicle flavors include orange, blue raspberry, lime, grape and cherry.
  • They are available in several varieties, including 100 Calorie Bars, Low Fat Bars, No Sugar Added Bars, and Sugar Free Bars.
  • 50-50 bar is an alternative name for a Creamsicle.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1873 The first issue of ‘Field & Stream’ was published.

1897 The largest sturgeon was caught, 1,387 pounds, in the Fraser River.

1941 Paul Sabatier died. Organic chemist. The margarine, oil hydrogenation and methanol industries grew out of his research.

  

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