Faloodeh History

Faloodeh (also known as Fālūdeh or Paludeh) is a traditional Iranian frozen dessert that dates back to the time of the Persian Empire. It’s made from thin vermicelli noodles made from starch, often rice starch, and is mixed with a semi-frozen syrup made from sugar and rose water. Faloodeh is typically served with lime juice and sometimes ground pistachios and is known for its refreshing qualities. It’s a popular treat in the hot climates of Iran and can be found in various forms across the Middle East and South Asia. In the context of your vegan popsicles, it suggests an innovative fusion of traditional Persian flavors with a modern, health-conscious twist.

Regular Faloodeh

Limeesha Faloodeh

Pomegranate Faloodeh