National Blueberry Popsicle Day
On September 2nd, National Blueberry Popsicle Day will be held, as well as National Blueberry Popsicle Month. It's a delectable way to cool down, being scheduled in the midst of the dog days of summer. Buy a box of blueberry-flavored Popsicles or make your own. Either way, the dish will be a delectable one! With the end of summer approaching, now is the time to commemorate this National Day.
Frank Epperson, an 11-year-old Frank Epperson, was outside on his porch in 1905, making soda by mixing water with a white powdered flavoring. He left it on the porch with the stirring stick still attached, despite going inside. Frank discovered the drink had frozen to the stick that night, when the temperature hit a record low that night and the following morning.
Epperson introduced his candy at a fireman's ball in 1922, a huge success. In 1923, he made and sold his frozen treat-on-a-stick at an amusement park in Alameda, California. In 1924, Epperson applied for a patent for his frozen confectionery, which he described as "Epsicle" ice pop. He then renamed it "Popsicle."
How to celebrate natioan blueberry popsicle day on natioan blueberry popsicle day
Be sure to get yourself a blueberry Popsicle and use #BlueberryPopsicleDay to post on social media. Here is a simple Homemade Blueberry Popsicles Recipe to try out. We have some other fantastic plans for a berry blueberry festival: We have some other fantastic suggestions for a berry blueberry festival:
- We'd love to hear a Blueberry Popsicle dish from us. We'll be sure to give you credit if you do, too! To complete the form, visit our recipe page
- Bring blueberry popsicles to share at work, school, or with friends
- Order some blueberries from your new ice cream truck (Yes, they do sell Popsicles, too!)
- As you enjoy your frozen treat, take a selfie
- In a cooler filled with ice, bring blueberry Popsicles to a game or the beach
- To your favorite carbonated clear soda, add a blueberry Popsicle It will cool your drink and flavor it, too!
Don't forget to post your Blueberry Popsicle celebration on social media, too. Use #NationalBlueberryPopsicleDay to promote #NationalBlueberryPopsicleDay.