Do you have a favorite "candy you ate as a kid"
story? Share it here.
As a child, my parents would often take us to visit my great-auntie who lived in the next town over. Great-auntie had a cool house full of all sorts of (what we thought) exotic knick knacks; but the best part was she always had foods that Mom didn't buy for us.At home we occasionally got mallo-cups, but great-auntie had Valomilks - the Cadillac of the genre. The filling was so creamy and runny that they were almost impossible to eat without getting some of the filling on your shirt (for which we'd get scolded for).
40 years after we had those treats and I'd almost forgotten about them, I see Valomilks on your site. I can't wait to have one and let my mind wander back to those carefree days of innocence (and a great treat!). ~ Robert from Utah
My sister and I are 7 years apart, but one thing we shared in common as
kids in the 60's was Valomilks!! It was our "must have" favorite candy. I
remember the cardboard circles that came packed in the candy, when you saved
up enough and sent them in, a few weeks later pure joy arrived in the mail,
a cardboard tube of Valomilks! As soon as our free Valomilks arrived, we
stuck the tube in the freezer for at least a day. The waiting was torture,
but when we bit into those frozen delights and held that bite to let it melt
in your mouth, well, I can't describe how wonderful it was!! ~Garnet from Idaho