Food, Candy, Drinks

Great Shakes
Great Shakes

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Posted by LoyalTubist at 4:38 pm (PDT) on Mon August 29, 2016   
Gorilla Milk was instant breakfast. Carnation Instant Breakfast is known as Carnation Breakfast Complete. 
Posted by Scott Race at 9:17 am (PDT) on Tue May 12, 2015   
Not much after this came out, Pillsbury came out with Gorilla milk, which I thought was richer and creamier, and of course, Carnation still has its Instant Breakfast products.
Posted by BARRYC at 7:12 pm (PST) on Sun January 4, 2015   
I use to buy them at the A&P food store on Easton in Wellston,Mo. in the late sixties  You could buy the box with a plastic shaker cup with a lid,includeing some envelopes,I don't remember how many.After you had the shaker then you could just buy the refills of ten envelopes in a box.The shakes were dark brown in color and the lids were tan in color.The shakers were thick plastic,so unless you handle them rough they would last a long time.I always bought the choclate favor ones.I really loved them.When you pour them into a glass they not only tasted like a milk shake,they also looked like one.I tell you,in all truthfulness,they were GREAT!!  
Posted by Duff at 1:03 pm (PDT) on Tue October 23, 2012   
Thanks for mentioning Thick 'n' Frosty. I've added it to the gallery, but had a really hard time locating a photo. I finally found a commercial for it on YouTube, and used a screen-shot from that.
Posted by dtdavis2012 at 8:12 pm (PST) on Fri January 20, 2012   
Loved the chocolate flavor!! A few years later, Birds Eye came out with Thick n Frosty--frozen milkshake mix in chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. They faded out in the seventies, if I remember right.

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