Food of the Eighties, Chef Boyardee Mini-bites
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Made by Chef Boyardee, mini cheese ravioli with small meatballs. What happened to them?
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Justin G. - April 01, 2008 - Report this comment
I know, I used to love them. They were around in the 90's as well(with a slightly different recipe), but nowadays they have been replaced with beef ravioli :( Its a shame cause me and all my friends grew up eating mini bites. Pretty much every one I know loves them... they should really bring them back.
Angie - April 25, 2008 - Report this comment
In Michigan, they sell them at Meijer's! I buy 'em all the time for my hubby!
Sharon - January 16, 2009 - Report this comment
I moved to Chicago this past December and they carry them here, too... Sometimes, I found them in Florida also. I discovered on a ski trip after finding a Campbell's soup that I loved from my childhood(Beefy Mushroom), that they may just not carry it locally. Albertson's used to carry things if you put in a special request for it - but they're not around anymore!
Charlie - January 02, 2014 - Report this comment
Sharon, Albertson's is still around maybe just not by you!
Rob Lambert - November 05, 2017 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault, TV ad featuring several different Chef canned pastas. The mini cheese bites appeared briefly. Appropriately, this aired on "Meatballs & Spaghetti" over CBS (3/31/83). The cartoon show depicted a traveling rock group. There was Meatball, the overweight guitarist. His wife, Spaghetti, the petite keyboardist. Also, Clyde, another guitarist. Finally, their dog, Woofer, who played drums. Meatball's voice sounded like Fred Flintstone (Henry Corden).

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