Food of the Eighties, Tootje
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This was an important from Holland. It was a pudding-like drink in a milk-sized carton; came in chocolate or vanilla flavors. Very delicious. Circa, 1985-1986 era.
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trippinmarlin - June 07, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks whoever put this i was beginning to think i was the only one ho remembered that stuff i was about 10
trippinmarlin - June 26, 2008 - Report this comment
apparently i am the only one
erica - January 24, 2009 - Report this comment
Strawberry too. That was my thing, strawberry Tootje ... for about six weeks, before it disappeared from the stores. Simple, cool, smooth, artificially flavored pudding slop, and what a treat it seemed to me. Gone in the blink of an eye, yet Spam (eck eck eck) lives on? And on. And on.
tami - December 31, 2010 - Report this comment
i had forgotten about it until today when i was cleaning out a box of papers from an old storage unit only to find a coupon with no expiration date! how am i to redeem it now??? it was 91% milk, low in sugar and calories, and 100% natural. i wonder if the dutch are still enjoying it today...
erica - December 26, 2011 - Report this comment
Yes, the Dutch still enjoy it. In Nederland, it is called "vla", and it sells ready-to-pour, in refrigerated cartons, in many flavors. It is also quite easy to make from scratch, if you are so inclined. Recipes abound. Or, you can mock-up a reasonable facsimile with instant pudding mix, by cutting back the amount of pudding powder you add to your milk or half-and-half. "Tootje" is an Anglicized version of "toetje", which is the Dutch sort-of nickname for "dessert" in general.
Bastiaan - March 27, 2012 - Report this comment
When I first moved to the USA from NL, I remember it buying it at Safeway in San Pedro, CA. It lasted only a few months. I even think it was locally made.

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