Demeter's Orange Cream Pop is a mouth-watering combination of fresh orange, vanilla bean ice cream and the faintest sense of the wooden stick, around which it all revolves. Good enough to eat... but don't! Don't lick it! Wear it! What can we say? We're hooked on those childhood memories. Gotta go.....the ice cream truck is coming now........... The Popsicle was created by accident in 1905. One afternoon, Frank Epperson, then 11, left a mixture of powdered soda and water and a stirring stick on his porch. That night, San Francisco experienced record low temperatures, and he woke the next morning to find the flavored water had frozen solid to the stick. Epperson dubbed his invention "Epsicle," a combination of the first two letters of his surname and "icicle." He experimented with "Epsicle" variations for friends and eventually created the Epsicle Company of California. Epperson sold his product at amusement park concessions in California before applying for a patent. Sometime after receiving a patent in 1924, Epperson changed the name from "Epsicle" to "Popsicle." According to legend, the name evolved from his children's frequent requests for "Pop's sicle." The Creamsicle, the ice cream variation on the Popsicle, came in 1938, and it is this treat that provided the inspiration for Demeter's Orange Cream Pop.