Sugar-Free Ring Pops: Review

hypothesis The new Sugar-Free Ring Pop by TOPPS will be a great candy as a reward for my kids while not filling them with sugary snacks and empty calories,


Sugar-Free Ring Pops in three varieties (Blue Raspberry, Strawberry and Watermelon), and two kids who are about to be surprised with a treat that Mom usually bans from the house.  About the Sugar-Free Ring Pop:

ringpop“Ring Pop is the ideal treat for today’s active kids. It’s a candy kids can wear on their finger, so they never have to worry about dropping it! Now you can feel even better about giving Ring Pop to your kids because the new Sugar Free Ring Pop won’t cause cavities, has no fat, and has only 30 calories per great-tasting, long-lasting pop. It’s candy your kids will love and you won’t have to worry about giving it to them!  Sugar Free Ring Pop comes in three mouth-watering flavors: Blue Raspberry, Watermelon, and Strawberry! Look for it at Wal-Mart Stores nationwide.

results To be honest, whenever someone hands my child a lollipop, I cringe.  The thought of the sticky mess on my furniture, their clothes and their teeth just makes me want to grab the sucker from them and head from the trash.  So, the idea of a sugar free lollipop definitely peaked my interest.  If this candy can offer the a less sugar while still making my girls happy, I’m totally game.


When I received the Ring Pops in the mail, they instantly brought back memories of my childhood.  I loved wearing the big ring and pretending to be married!  And knowing now that they are sugar free (sweetened with Splenda) makes them even sweeter.  When I showed them to my girls, they went nuts!  They immediately put them on and started raving about how yummy they were.  And for once, I didn’t cringe.  At only 30 calories and 0 fat, I didn’t feel any guilt at all.  Both my girls loved them and I loved passing down a fond memory of my childhood years.

hypothesis The Sugar Free Ring Pop can be found in 3 flavors (Blue Raspberry, Watermelon and Strawberry) at Walmart stores near you.  The lollipops are sweetened with Splenda and pack only 30 calories. While I could tell a difference between the old and new Ring Pop, my girls were none the wiser and loved them.

This product review is the opinion of the Experimental Mommy. Other may have a different experience with the product. I was not compensated for this review other than a product sample provided by Ring Pop. All opinions are 100% mine.

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