Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Ninja Turtles Puddin' Pies


I remember eating these as a kid but no one from my childhood remembers the same thing. What was I stashing them in the freeze and eating them all alone or something? Does anyone else remember eating these? I really really wish they still made them because they were sooo yummy.
They had a green crust and yummy vanilla pudding inside. I remember my mom use to buy all different kinds of the Hostess pies and freeze them. This one was my favorite kind. Especially frozen.

6 comments:

Cynthia said...

Sorry Chana looks like you may have been one of the exclusive ones to eat these. I've never heard of them. So I would love for you guys to come to Vegas. Please plan a trip and let me know when I can expect to have you staying with us.

Erin Kay said...

NO CHANA I REMEMEMEMBEERRRRR!!!!!! I totally remember those! oh the good ol days of us growing up... I feel as though you and I did grow up in a different world than anyone else which is another reason on why we are so cool. That really is so funny. I loved those too! :) dont worry sis...- I got ya back...

Leah said...

Hi there Chana I do in fact remember these hostess snacks that you speak of however I do not recall them being that yummy. I would have to say that my favorite hostess snack are those delicious cupcakes. They are what helped me to get to the healthy weight that I am today.

The Hoyt Family said...

My husband loved those! He's always commenting about how he'd love to find one. I had never heard of them, but he talks of them everytime he sees those hostess pies at the store.

Sydney said...

Oh, those were SO good. I actually look for them EVERYTIME I go to the store. The ones with the chocolate pudding were the best! I loved the edges, yummy!!!

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