OnoPops – handmade in Hawaii!

I like to do the Master Cleanse a couple of times a year to help regulate my system and get rid of accumulated toxins. For those of you who have never done it, you basically don’t eat any food for 10 days and live on a concoction of lemon juice, maple syrup, and cayenne pepper. It’s an amazing experience to go through and I always come out of it with an increased appreciation of food!

I was on day 5 of the cleanse when Josh and Joe from Onopops came by the office for a cutting of OnoPops…I am still kicking myself for missing out on that one!

I assembled a group from within our office and had everyone try them. What I loved to see was that every flavor had a defender and everyone soon latched onto a favorite.

Onopops has come up with amazing flavor combinations that have taken the boring world of popsicles to a whole new culinary level.

I know that you have had a 50-50 bar but instead of dipping the bar in orange they use local lilikoi!


It is amazingly creamy and truly delicious.

One of our best sellers has been the Strawberry Lemonade. They only use Kula Strawberries and Meyer Lemons from the Big Island. This is a great one for the kids but it is not overly sweet…it has just right amount of tartness.


Having missed out on the tasting I have been trying to catch up on all the flavors. This is ranking high on my list of favorites:


Not exactly a great one for the kids, but the flavor of the Kona coffee and local cream is wonderful.

The Onopops team is dedicated to using local ingredients and has really created a buzz within the popsicle world. The Onopops freezer has a great sense of discovery to it…seems that they are always working on new and exciting seasonal flavors.

I wonder if they could create a lemon juice, maple syrup, and cayenne pepper one for me next time?

Right now, you can find them on Oahu at our Ala Moana, Kailua, Pupukea, and Foodland Farms Aina Haina stores. On Maui you will find them on the Westside at Foodland Farms Lahaina and soon to be at Foodland Kihei and Pukalani. On the Big Island, you will find them at Foodland Farms Mauna Lani. We are working on expanding to more stores, so if you would like to see them at a particular store, please leave a comment and let me know!