Food of the Seventies, Buried Treasure

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The ice cream treat, Buried Treasure, in Canada was slightly different than that of the U.S. As a kid, I remember very well that the ice cream was not chocolate, but in fact creamy vanilla with a very bright, orange, tangy orange flavoured ice cream. As like the U.S. version there was a plastic stick (various stick colours) holding the cone-like/cup shaped ice cream that had a cartoon animal, person, or object on the end. Obviously, you had to eat the ice cream to get to it. Hence the name, Buried Treasure. It was wrapped in a pastel blue paper with white specks all over it. YUMMY!!!
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henry the 4th - September 12, 2007 - Report this comment
ewww
Heather Grantham - December 28, 2007 - Report this comment
I have to confess, I hated the taste of these but I bought one every single day for recess because of the plastic figurine on the stick. lol Wish I still had them. I managed to amass the entire collection!
crazy amy - January 31, 2009 - Report this comment
that ice cream was sherbet-usually raspberry-and it was no where near ewww-it was fabulous and every time i eat sherbet i close my i eyes and i feel like a kid again.i know its sad,but its all i have. i love you guys.
JuneMoonSpoon - August 23, 2013 - Report this comment
Was this similar to the "Circus Surprise" ice cream? What was the one with the ice cream in a cone-shape, (sort of) plastic cup, with a piece of bubble gum in the very bottom?
Max29 - June 29, 2016 - Report this comment
Loved these. Vanilla ice cream with orange or raspberry sherbet. Loved getting the toys underneath also

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