Pink Starburst sorbet bars are the perfect summer treat

Starburst Assortment. Image by Kimberley Spinney
Starburst Assortment. Image by Kimberley Spinney /

Pink Starburst sorbet bars are perfect for a hot summer day

Starburst are one of those candies where everyone has their favorite color or flavor. I’m partial to the yellow ones, but other people like the red or the orange. But if you’re a pink fan, you need to pick up the pink Starburst sorbet bars in the freezer section at a store near you, if you haven’t already.

These refreshingly cold treats have been around for six years and it seems like they’re likely to be around at least six more with how popular they are. As noted by Snackgator on Instagram, Starburst also released an orange version a year after the pink ones came out, but those didn’t last. Pink reigns supreme.

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This isn’t exactly surprising. Who doesn’t like strawberry popsicles or strawberry ice cream? it’s a pretty universally loved flavor. Orange? Not so much. While creamsicles are very popular, the orange Starburst sorbet bar clearly didn’t cut it when it came to flavor.

The bars themselves are pretty much self-explanatory. It’s strawberry sorbet shaped into a square and then placed on a stick. Simple and delicious!

Where can you get these glorious candy-flavored bars? If you want a box of four for $3, you’re best bet is to look at Walmart. According to Delish, they have been spotted there in the past. If you only want to buy one or two, they’re available at most Dollar Trees, so make sure to check out the freezer section when you’re there. They’re only $1 per bar!

The Starburst bars come in singles or packs of four

This isn’t the only pink product the brand has put out lately. They have everything from drink mixes to clothing lines (sadly, you can’t get the clothes anymore) to bags of all pink Starburst chews for all you strawberry fans. You can get a back of all pink Starburst at Target for only $3.19!

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What do you think of these Starburst sorbet bars? Will they be in your freezer? Let us know in the comments below!