Revel in the smooth milk chocolate, munch on the crispy golden centre...yes please!

Revel in the smooth milk chocolate, munch on the crispy golden centre. chocolate bar vintage ad -- Crunchie Bars are my FAVORITE.

Kellogg's breakfast cereal advertisement, April 1953. #vintage #1950s #food #ads #Breakfast #Cereal #Kellogs #Post

Kellogg's breakfast cereal advertisement, April We only got to have unsweetened cereal.but we could add sugar?

Arnott's Biscuits - an iconic picture - always a firm favourite........

Arnott's Biscuits: the shops had them in large tins & you bought them by weight doled out in a paper bag. A treat was asking for a bagful of 'broken' biscuits which were a bargain!

Mr. Whippy - sells soft serve icecream, Mr Whippy van travels around the streets, people come out and buy icecream from their houses.

Whippy - sells soft serve icecream, Mr Whippy van travels around the streets, people come out of their houses and get an ice cream. The sherbet cones are my favourite xx

Australian food history timeline - Earliest Chocolate Crackles recipe

The earliest Chocolate Crackles recipe so far discovered was printed in an advertisement in the Australian Women's Weekly on Saturday 18 December

"Bushells. The tea of flavour," in Woman's Day and Home, 29 March 29 1954.   "Housewives all over Australia know that when they buy Bushells they are buying the most delicious Tea. Good Tea is cheap because you get over 200 delicious cups from every pound of Bushells. Buy a packet to-day." The Bushells company was begun by Alfred Bushell in Queensland in 1883. By the 1950s it was the most popular Australian brand.

The tea of flavour,“ in Woman’s Day and Home, 29 March 29 “Housewives all over Australia know that when they buy Bushells they are.

Violet Crumble candy bars. My relatives would send us them from Australia along with Vegemite and canned passion fruit!

Violet Crumble was one of the key products made by Hoadley's. I loved Tex bars and Polly Waffles. I don't remember Clancy Bars. Love someone to re-make these retro chocolate bars using original recipes! Any billionaires out there interested?

Lanchoo Tea bonus labels -- mum used to save them and we'd go to the Sydney  showroom once a year to cash them in.

Lanchoo Tea bonus labels -- mum used to save them and we'd go to the Sydney showroom once a year to cash them in.

ROSELLA TOMATO SAUCE BOTTLE ADVERT 1957. Rosella a true taste of Australia. Best of all you had to bang on the bottom of the bottle to get it out.

ROSELLA TOMATO SAUCE BOTTLE ADVERT 1957. Rosella a true taste of Australia. Best of all you had to bang on the bottom of the bottle to get it out.

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mid-centurylove: “ The evil Tom Piper twins who told millions that camp pie and tinned beef were tasty.

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