Dallas loves its $4 popsicles, as evidenced by the insanely long lines often seen outside Steel City Pops. Now there's a new option for fancy ice pops: Berrynaked opened Saturday in the appropriately bourgie setting of Inwood Village.
The shop's mantra is "fresh, natural, organic," promising "no preservatives, no artificial sugars, no color dyes, no processed ingredients, and no fillers;" it even uses compostable plastic for its ice pop wrappers.
The gourmet pops are divided into three separate product lines: The "signature" offerings include basic fruit flavors like watermelon and blueberry; a "luxe" line is slightly more indulgent, with varieties like mango coconut cream or blackberry mascarpone; and the "vitality" line is aimed toward the health nut crowd, with the inclusion of things like chia seeds.
The pops are priced between $3.50 and $4.50 each, and there are also fresh fruit and vegetable purees sold in squeezable pouches for the youngest customers.