Food of the Seventies, Skull Crushers

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These were white-chocolate skulls filled with raspberry creme. The coating of the eyes and nostrils was very thin and if you pressed your thumb into the back of the skull it would stream pink "blood" out of the face. Pulled from the market for obvious macabre reasons, they tasted great and were a bargain at $.15 apiece!
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Kelly - July 06, 2015 - Report this comment
In New Zealand, our national chocolate company, Whittakers, has made a limited edition chocolate based on another New Zealand company's ice cream - Tip Top's Jelly Tip ice cream. This is the closest tasting item to the skulls I have come across.

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