The origins of frozen snacks can be traced back to ancient times. The ancient Romans would bring ice from the mountains in the summer to cool food and drink. They also make frozen snacks by crushing ice cubes and flavoring them with fruit and syrup.
Like the Romans, the ancient Chinese also used ice to make frozen food. It is said that the Italian adventurer Marco Polo enjoyed frozen food made by the Chinese when he visited the yuan dynasty in the 13th century. But it was centuries before the modern form was accidentally invented by an 11-year-old boy.
In 1905, frank epperman, an 11-year-old from San Francisco, California, accidentally invented the Popsicle. When he decided to give himself some soft drinks.
He mixed the soda and water with a wooden mixer, but somehow forgot his drink and left it on the porch. After spending a cold night, he discovered this wonderful and delicious food.