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March 24, 2017 / Posted by:

Jell-O Spoon Candy!

Spoon Candy sounds like a cutesy name for coke or cooked heroin, but for a brief minute in the 1970s it was a decadent dessert from Jell-O. In the late-1960s, Jell-O gifted mouths with the magical desert that was like a cloud sitting on top of two layers of unicorn barf. They gave us Jell-O 1-2-3, which I always thought came out in the 1980s, because to me, it was the flavor of the 1980s. Jell-O 1-2-3 lasted long enough to turn some of us into complete 1-2-3 addicts (yes, you can sometimes find me asking the stock people at any grocery store if they got any old 1-2-3 in the back), but it didn’t last as long as it should have (read: FOREVER!).

Spoon Candy was kind of like another Jell-O 1-2-3, only it didn’t last nearly as long. J-O -1-2-3 was around for almost 30 years, while Spoon Candy was apparently only around from 1972 to 1974ish. It was basically pudding with a hard candy topping, and it was supposed to be a candy bar in a bowl. You’d just add milk, blend a little and BOOM: instance dessert decadence.

Spoon Candy was before my time, so sadly for me, I never got to have it. But I guess I sort of get the experience every night when I shovel pudding into my mouth while squirting Magic Shell in there.

And well, if you’re going to Heaven, at least you have something to look forward to, because I’m sure the Jell-O Cafe up there has endless supplies of Spoon Candy and 1-2-3. And if you’re going to Hell, prepare for an eternity of heaving, because I’m sure the Jell-O Cafe down there serves nothing but celery-flavored Jell-O.

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