Food of the Seventies, Good Humor's 'Screwball'

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As far as I know, this was only available off the truck and may have been the first frozen yogurt. This was a plastic ice cream cone with rasperry frozen yogurt. When you got to the bottom there was a raspberry gumball.
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Paul M - February 13, 2009 - Report this comment
There were different colored gumballs at the bottom. And it was a sherbert flavored ice cream, raspberry or orange, just like a push-up. By the time you ate all of the ice cream the gumball coating was melted and to get the gumball out you had to tip the cone upside down and slurp up the sugery juice. mmmm yummy.
Dani - June 13, 2009 - Report this comment
These are still made. My daughter's get them all the time from the icecream truck. We also find them sometimes at the dollar store. I remember them too from the 70's and thought it was so cool when my daughter's got them.
Poopboob - October 22, 2009 - Report this comment
These things are fantastic. I'm just crazy about em. Eat 'em if you can... cuz sometin tells me they wont last long. I love you! Poopboob
Bev - June 26, 2011 - Report this comment
When I was growing up in London Ont in the 1960'S the icecream truck bell would sound and I would beg my dad for 10 cents. He would dig into his pocket and I would run to the truck and ask for a screw ball. It was orange flavored sherbert with a different flavored gum ball each time. The best memories I have of my Dad and growing up. Every child should have the joy I felt digging into that treat with the wooden spoon.
Shelley - July 11, 2012 - Report this comment
It was orange sherbert and I use to get them off the good humor truck along with the buried treasure they were the best! The corner store near me sold both of them,mmm wish I had one now!

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