Food of the Seventies, Green Giant Toastwitches

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In the freezer case. Round pieces of toasted bread filled with: ham and cheese, bacon and egg, or pizza fillings. There were probably more flavors. You put them in the pop up toaster to warm them.
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Ally in Cali - October 14, 2008 - Report this comment
My Mom did not buy these, however the girl down the street had them at her house. I LOVED the pizza flavor. We used to eat them and drink the seltzer water that shot out of the container. It was a strange combination to say the least, but I can still taste that wonderful sandwich. You had to be careful not to burn your tongue. Items like these provide the opportunity to do time travel. I love it as well as the Space Sticks and Tang. Do the moon walk like the astronauts...........
JayC - January 18, 2013 - Report this comment
I think they were made by Betty Crocker. Here is a link to a picture the picture is down towards the bottom of the page after Chipos.
Brian from Indy - March 13, 2014 - Report this comment
JayC is right -- Toastwitches were made by Betty Crocker, not Green Giant, and the only kind I remember are the ones that came in basic Pop-Tart flavors such as blueberry. I used to eat them in the morning before school. As far as I know, they were discontinued around the late 1960s; I don't remember seeing them in the stores in the 1970s. I also recall commercials that featured the phrase, "A Toastwitch, a Toastwitch, a Betty Crocker Toastwitch!"

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