Food of the Seventies, Squeeze Meeze Pudding

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It was pudding in a triangular paper that you could squeeze and not use a spoon to eat?! Does anyone remember these?
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Timmy - February 14, 2008 - Report this comment
I have been looking for both Squeeze Meeze and Shake a puddin,remeber the Squeeze Meeze song?
Randy - April 08, 2010 - Report this comment
I've been looking for that as well. Not many people remember that for some reason. I loved it though!!
Shannon - April 19, 2010 - Report this comment
YES!!!!!! I DO remember Squeeze Meeze...nice to see someone else does too :o) I think it might have been a frozen pudding you could squeeze up as you were eating it. Do you remember it being frozen? I think this goes back to the early to mid '70's...anyone know for sure?
Darren - May 21, 2011 - Report this comment
I do remember Squeeze Meeze and cannot find the original commercial I remember when I was a kid. The one part of the commercial I remember went "... here comes a mounty on a big white horse... whats in his hands? Squeeze Meeze of course!" Great stuff.. it seemed to have come and gone about as fast as Mr Wonderful's Surprize cereal did!
Rob - September 08, 2011 - Report this comment
If the distant recesses of my cranium properly serve, I'm pretty sure this is the whole jingle: "Here comes a mounty on a big white horse. What's in his hands? Squeeze Meeze of course! Nothing seems to bother him when he wants a snack; he just squeezes chocolate pudding from a Squeeze Meeze pack. The Mona Lisa had a frown on her face, 'til Squeeze Meez put a smile in its place. The Mona likes vanilla pudding best of all when she's hangin' around on a museum wall." Nothing like Squeeze Meeze, Quisp cereal, and Tang for breakfast back in the day when Mom didn't have time to serve up a hot home-cooked one. Ahhh, The Breakfast of Champions. I agree: I do wish someone would up-load the Sqeeze Meez commercial to Youtube. Quinten Tarantino might be able to find it. He loves nostalgia and cereal.
SixtiesChic - February 26, 2016 - Report this comment
The triangular packaging you had to tear to eat the pudding was appealing to kids. I remember the chocolate variety had a very good creamy flavor to it. Wish they still made it.

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