Whammos Snack Cake

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Whammo's , a chocolate sponge cake with chocolate filling.

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For the "batang nineties", Whammo’s is a chocolate sponge cake with chocolate filling. when snack time hit, they were the gold for kids in the Philippines. Cue choirs of angels and cinematic light shining through as seven-year-olds snapped open their  lunchbox and found a snack cake next to their thermos. These cakes were individually sealed, giving it that possessive air of, “Mine!” and kept takaw-tingin classmates from asking to trade or taste. Chocolate Sponge Cake, Chocolate Filling, Choirs, Seven Years Old, Giving, Philippines, Angels, Lunch Box, Cakes

For the "batang nineties", Whammo’s is a chocolate sponge cake with chocolate filling. when snack time hit, they were the gold for kids in the Philippines. Cue choirs of angels and cinematic light shining through as seven-year-olds snapped open their lunchbox and found a snack cake next to their thermos. These cakes were individually sealed, giving it that possessive air of, “Mine!” and kept takaw-tingin classmates from asking to trade or taste.

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Whammos Snack cake was touted as the ‘first extended-life, snack cake.’

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Memorability: Sure, good things don’t last forever, but in the scheme of gold-age thinking, they will always be remembered with fondness and affection.

"Outside of those dollar stores that specialize in imported goods, we never really had Twinkies over on our side of the Pacific.  What we did have were Fat Fingers, oh, and its jive-talking, totally-not-racist cousins, the Whammos." Chocolate Sponge Cake, Chocolate Filling, Fat Fingers, Cousins, Dollar Stores, Thrift Stores

"Outside of those dollar stores that specialize in imported goods, we never really had Twinkies over on our side of the Pacific. What we did have were Fat Fingers, oh, and its jive-talking, totally-not-racist cousins, the Whammos."

Whammos snack cake is the brand name and same thing logo was whammo's snack cakes. Whammos snack cake is one of the "baon" in kids because it's big size among other snacks. Chocolate Sponge Cake, Chocolate Filling, Love The 90s, 90s Kids, Brand Names, Snack Cakes, Snacks, Outdoor Decor, How To Make

Whammos snack cake is the brand name and same thing logo was whammo's snack cakes. Whammos snack cake is one of the "baon" in 90's kids because it's big size among other snacks.

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Remembering Fat Fingers and Whammos: What Ever Happened to Big Bob's? - Pepper.ph - Recipes, Taste Tests, and Cooking Tips from Manila, Philippines

As a “batang nineties” kid, I remember school baon treats were usually wafers, cream-filled crackers, and maybe a few chocolate chip cookies. There was no S&R then; imported snacks were brought in through the kindness of a visiting relative from abroad, a trip to the few years-old Duty Free Philippines, or the rare special treat […]