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November 8, 2020

Banzai Pops for a Special Occasion




I first learned about Banzai Pops after reading Gem's post back in July.  Then she gave us a couple of pops for my birthday and my sons loved them, so I placed a small order of the ones they liked (lychee, green river, and grape), and also ordered the special flavor (strawberry mochi) since I love everything mochi. 




Even I got hooked on these pops as they take me back to my childhood days of eating ice cakes after school.   

Fast forward a couple of months and the twins' birthday was quickly approaching and I had to think of something that the boys could take to school for their friends to enjoy at home (since pizza parties are out of the question this year due to COVID-19).  Then it struck me that Banzai Pops are actually delivered unfrozen, therefore I could send these to school unfrozen and their classmates can freeze them when they get home.  




And so I reached out to the Banzai Pops owner on Instagram and placed a special order for 50 Banzai Pops.  The owner was so accommodating by agreeing to a meet up on a date that wasn't scheduled as a meet-up date and he even came over to my side of the island!

The boys were so excited to bring these to school to hand out to their classmates and teachers.  




And of course there were "extras" for the boys to enjoy throughout their birthday week.

To find out when the next meet-up is, follow @banzai_pops on Instagram! 


 

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