Here we are, smack dab in the middle of summer and I bet you can't help reminiscing now and then about those good ole days of summer when you were a kid.

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I loved those hot summer days playing outside with the neighborhood kids and the highlight of the day being the sound of those chimes and bells playing that whimsical tune letting us know he was one his way...the Ice Cream Man. The speed you had running into the house screaming to your parents matched an Olympic track star, because you had to have a dollar immediately before you missed him.

Kids and ice cream trucks just seemed to symbolize everything that was summer years ago. Sadly, it seems that little bit of simplicity we had has faded away. I can't remember the last time I saw a ice cream truck making it's way through a neighborhood. Although, you can find some of your all time favorite truck treats at your local grocery store, it just doesn't taste the same like it did coming off the truck you chased down.

In case your forgot, it’s time to get nostalgic. Here's a few summertime treats you may have forgot.

King Cone

Photo: Good Humor

With a big chocolate tip! It was always a favorite right off the ice cream truck or from the Good Humor man, the makers of the summer treat.


Photo: Unsplash nick-torontali

It was our patriotic Popsicle. Eventually evolving into the bigger Bomb-pop, it would cool you down while it  stained your lips red, your hands blue, and tasted like lemonade.


This frozen dessert was invented by Frank Eppperson in 1905, who was successful in his experiment of enclosing vanilla ice cream with a layer of frozen fruit juice when he was 11 years old. was a kid that gave kids everywhere a yummy summer treat to love.

Chocolate Éclair Bar

Photo: Good Humor

This was the one that had me running full steam after the ice cream man! Chocolate and cake on a stick....heaven. This one you took your time to enjoy...every little bit of it!

Choco Taco

Photo: Klondike Product

Choco Taco basically was made to blow our minds with deliciousness. Although knows as  a Good Humor-Breyers ice cream treat, invented in the early 80's by by Alan Drazen, Senior Vice President of the Jack and Jill Ice Cream Company. Klondike also has their version of the twist on the taco available.

Screwball Ice Cream


Consider it a yummy challenge. You can have the gumball at the bottom, but you have to finish off all of the cherry slushed ice first. Challenge accepted!

Snow Cone

So simple, yet so good. All those flavors to choose from poured over shaved ice, it just made the heat of summer go away. Admit part was drinking the juice from the bottom once the ice was gone. Yeah...I know.

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