Food of the Eighties, Gansitos
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Kind of like a cross between the Chocodiles and the Fruit and Cream Twinkies, these were Twinkie like cake with some red (strawberry) jelly covered in chocolate. Remember them when I was living in the southwest as a kid, but haven't seen them since I moved north, they may still make them.
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Jeff - May 27, 2008 - Report this comment
I see these in the Mexican supermarkets today. Of course, the brand name "Gansitos" kind of gives away the fact that it's intended for the Hispanic market.
deni - August 28, 2008 - Report this comment
yup, they sell them at hispanic stores, but they're very expensive now.
Sarah L - December 22, 2009 - Report this comment
Best story ever: my ex-husband once wanted to try one of these because he said they looked delicious. We lived in Tennessee where there aren't a lot of hispanic food stores so we stopped at this tiny crappy one. He bought one of the cakes and started scarfing it down. Not only until he was nearly done with it did he realize that the cake was covered in green fuzzy mold. The look on his face was priceless. He started spitting out what was left in his mouth...classic. Every time I see one of these cakes I think of that and it makes me laugh hard core.
Charlie - January 15, 2014 - Report this comment
It was created way back in 57

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