10 Foods From The 60's Most Boomers Loved With a Passion

TV Dinners

Convenient frozen dinners that were popular in the 1960s, with selections such as Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, and peas.


Gelatin desserts and salads in flavors like lime, cherry, and orange were popular.


This powdered orange drink mix is well-known for its association with the space race and astronaut John Glenn.

Hamburger Helper

It was introduced in the late 1960s and simplified the preparation of a substantial ground beef supper.


Precooked canned beef that was used in a variety of meals, including sandwiches and casseroles.


These toaster pastries, which came in flavors like strawberry and brown sugar cinnamon, were a quick and popular morning alternative.

Swanson TV Dinners

Classics like fried chicken and turkey with all the fixings were included in these pre-packaged dinners.


Lunchbox favorites included the renowned cream-filled sponge cake snack.

Tangy Fruits

These acidic sweet and sour candies were a big success, thanks to their tangy taste and chewy texture.


A popular party dish in which bread or other delicacies were dipped into a saucepan of melted cheese or chocolate.

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