Food of the Seventies, Flying Saucers

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These were wafers (exactly the same as Catholic communion wafers) that had a bubble in the middle so they were shaped like a flying saucer. Inside the bubble were tiny candy balls. The wafers would melt in your mouth, they kind of disolved in your mouth. Anyone remember these? We used to but them at the Convenient Store when I was little. They were sold individually.
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mary - December 22, 2007 - Report this comment
There was a candy store near my grandmother's that sold that and still does! Has to be the WEIRDEST candy ever.
Carrol - January 01, 2010 - Report this comment
These are still made. My sister sent me some from her vacation to Massachusetts. She bought them in touristy general store. I had not seen one in 35 years. We use to buy them in a hanging package at White Hen Pantry in Chicago.
JEH - March 24, 2011 - Report this comment
Isn't this also what Carvel,called their ice cream sandwich?

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