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Miami's Five Best Gourmet Popsicles

Miami's Five Best Gourmet Popsicles
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click to enlarge Banana, Nutella, and s'mores at Morelia Paleta. - COURTESY OF MORELIA PALETA
Banana, Nutella, and s'mores at Morelia Paleta.
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3. Morelia Paleta. The build-your-own-pop shop Morelia Paleta allows customers to explore their sweet tooth with seemingly endless combinations. Choose from 16 flavors ranging from banana filled with Nutella to dairy-free options such as pineapple mint. Once you've chosen your base pop, top it with a variety of confections, from sprinkles to marshmallow paste. 185 NW 25th St., Miami; 305-967-8782; paletasmorelia.com.
click to enlarge Popsy's yogurt and berry treats. - COURTESY OF POPSY
Popsy's yogurt and berry treats.
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4. Popsy. Gelato and fresh fruit are fused into an easy-to-eat treat at Popsy. Free from gluten and GMOs, these pops come in decadent flavors like yogurt and berries and chocolate truffle. Try a boozy flavor like mango whiskey or strawberry tequila. Find them at local retailers, the Frost Science Museum, and at the Popsy shop on Calle Ocho for $3.50 to $4. 1555 SW Eighth St, Miami; 305-491-2609; popsypopsicles.com.
click to enlarge Paleta 305's strawberry basil variety. - COURTESY OF PALETA 305
Paleta 305's strawberry basil variety.
Courtesy of Paleta 305
5. Paleta 305. This popsicle cart can be found throughout the city at various events and farmers' markets. Paleta 305 uses only the freshest local, all-natural ingredients and no preservatives, so feel guilt-free about treating yourself to one of these high-quality pops in flavors such as watermelon mint, strawberry basil, and chocolate and cayenne. Prices range from $3.50 to $4. paleta305.com.
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Attorney by day, foodie by night, Elena Vivas is a regular food and beverage contributor for Miami New Times. She was also an expert columnist for Foodable TV and a food editor for tropicult.com.
Contact: Elena Vivas