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Doo Dads - Mon, 06/28/04 1:02 PM
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Does anyone know what happened to Doo Dads Snack mix? I loved it when I was younger, But I can seem to find it in any store anymore.
I know it would be easier to find out this question if I could remember who made them.

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RE: Doo Dads - Mon, 06/28/04 1:26 PM
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Nabisco (now a division of Kraft) made them. I used your location on the Kraft website for a location search for Doo Dads ( http://www.kraftfoods.com/main.aspx?s=product&m=product/product_locator )and came up with nothing.

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RE: Doo Dads - Mon, 06/28/04 1:31 PM
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I too found them at the Kraft website and emailed asking if they are available anymore. I grew up eating them as well...sort of. I'd pick out the preztels, my brother the peanuts. We'd leave the rest for Mom. I'd like to see them available. Until then I guess it's Chex Mix.

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RE: Doo Dads - Mon, 06/28/04 2:20 PM
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I love the stuff, too. Subtler, saltier spice mix compared to Chex Mix.

I wish GF would make an "all-Chex" Chex Mix, I pick out the pretzels and other chaff, too.

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RE: Doo Dads - Mon, 06/28/04 2:21 PM
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Does anyone have a good recipe for Chex Mix? I find the one on the side of the box...lacking. In the past I have had success adding extra Worchestshire, Tabasco, parsley, parmesan cheese, but no standout, gotta-write-that-down winners.

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RE: Doo Dads - Mon, 06/28/04 3:07 PM
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Well, I was going to submit my mother-in-laws, but that's seems bland compared to yours. She does the butter, worcestershire and Lawrey's, that's it adn I think it's pretty darn good. I'll keep checking back for recipe submissions!

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RE: Doo Dads - Mon, 06/28/04 3:30 PM
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I use more of everything than what is on the box. I use melted butter with lots of worchestershire, garlic powderand onion powder.

Then I mix corn chex, rice chex, cheerios, kix, small pretzels and pecans and sometimes crispix.

After tossing it in the melted mixture, i bake slowly and then whenever I am stirring the mixture occasionaly as it bakes, it sprinkle on extra wochestershire, garlic and onion powder.

I have to be careful or I will eat too much of this stuff.

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RE: Doo Dads - Mon, 06/28/04 4:09 PM
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I forgot about Doo Dads!!!

Fondly remember eating them at my grandma's kitchen table over many summer nights while playing dice and drinking Vernor's!!!!! Fun was had by all!!

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RE: Doo Dads - Tue, 06/29/04 1:31 PM
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I liked Doo Dads. But I also remember another snack-in fact I think there were some of these in the Doo Dads. They were oblong shaped sort of weiner shaped and was a baked cheese cracker.
Does anyone remember these? They were called Cheese ______

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RE: Doo Dads - Tue, 06/29/04 1:36 PM
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Originally posted by emsmom

I liked Doo Dads. But I also remember another snack-in fact I think there were some of these in the Doo Dads. They were oblong shaped sort of weiner shaped and was a baked cheese cracker.
Does anyone remember these? They were called Cheese ______


Why did you have to do that? It's about like trying to remember the name of a song! This will drive me to drink.......

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RE: Doo Dads - Wed, 06/30/04 9:00 AM
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quote:
Originally posted by emsmom

I liked Doo Dads. But I also remember another snack-in fact I think there were some of these in the Doo Dads. They were oblong shaped sort of weiner shaped and was a baked cheese cracker.
Does anyone remember these? They were called Cheese ______


Cheese Bits!?!?!??! Did I win?

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RE: Doo Dads - Wed, 06/30/04 10:32 AM
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quote:
Originally posted by emsmom

I liked Doo Dads. But I also remember another snack-in fact I think there were some of these in the Doo Dads. They were oblong shaped sort of weiner shaped and was a baked cheese cracker.
Does anyone remember these? They were called Cheese ______

Tidbits
I think there stiil available.

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RE: Doo Dads - Wed, 06/30/04 10:34 AM
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Rats. At least I had part of it right.

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RE: Doo Dads - Wed, 06/30/04 11:29 AM
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Yes, I think it was Cheese Tidbits. I looked in one of my grocery stores that I frequent Monday night, I'll look in another Thursday-maybe I'll find them there. No luck at the first store. Now this was one of the foods that I played with. I would break one in half lenghthwise and put around the other one and pretend that they were hot dogs. Oh, the silly things we did as children.

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RE: Doo Dads - Wed, 06/30/04 11:31 AM
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Putting Bugels on your fingers, pretending you're a witch.

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RE: Doo Dads - Wed, 06/30/04 1:02 PM
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Please! Let me know if you find a source for DooDads - I think about them often and wish they were available somewhere...Chex Mix, especially now that they have eliminated the peanuts from the basic varieties, is a poor substitute for DooDads!

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RE: Doo Dads - Wed, 06/30/04 1:34 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by syrup

quote:
Originally posted by emsmom

I liked Doo Dads. But I also remember another snack-in fact I think there were some of these in the Doo Dads. They were oblong shaped sort of weiner shaped and was a baked cheese cracker.
Does anyone remember these? They were called Cheese ______

Tidbits
I think there stiil available.


Sorry, but according to: http://www.nbc4.com/answerstoaskliz2003/2444141/detail.html

Q: Why can't I find those crackers called "Cheese Tidbits" anymore?
A: For your answer we contacted Nabisco, the company that makes Cheese Tidbits. And it says, unfortunately, the reason you cannot find them in your local grocery store is because Nabisco discontinued the product at the end of 2002. It wouldn't say why because of proprietary reasons, but it does still make "Cheese Nips", which is widely available.

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RE: Doo Dads - Thu, 07/1/04 10:13 AM
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quote:
Originally posted by emsmom

Yes, I think it was Cheese Tidbits. I looked in one of my grocery stores that I frequent Monday night, I'll look in another Thursday-maybe I'll find them there. No luck at the first store. Now this was one of the foods that I played with. I would break one in half lenghthwise and put around the other one and pretend that they were hot dogs. Oh, the silly things we did as children.


Oh heck yeah, sometimes they'd break in half, longways, on their own. And the really soaked up the worchestshire!

Only problem with putting on more "wooster" as you bake and stir is that the mix stays gummy, never really dries out.

Nuking in microwave is quicker, but doesn't give the same texture.

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RE: Doo Dads - Tue, 11/30/04 11:11 PM
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Hey, if anyone finds out about doo-dads please let me know. I have been looking for them for about two years now. I loved those things. Chex Mix doesn't even come close.

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RE: Doo Dads - Mon, 12/6/04 3:22 PM
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Oh my gosh, I hadn't thought about Doo Dads in ages! They were a Friday night TV watching snack with my sisters, back in the days when the Mary Tyler Moore show and Bob Newhart were on! THey were also my father's favorite "car" snack. I would love to find some.

I did a little search and found this posted in a message board:

"Let me tell you what happened with
Nabisco's Doo Dads. As recently as June of this year,
I found some at an Exxon gas station here in Houston,
Texas, where I live. This was really interesting since
I had not seen any since the late 90s. I remember that
it was extremely popular when I was growing up in the
70s, 80s, and 90s, and then as 2000 rolled around,
they were practically nowhere to be seen. That snack
mix has been discontinued in the U.S., I believe. It's
a Nabisco Canada product. Anyway, sometime in the 90s,
Nabisco came out with another product called Ritz
Snack Mixers, which was a snack mix composed of Mini
Ritz crackers, plain, whole wheat, and cheese
varieties, cereal that looked like wheat Chex, and
pretzel sticks. They came in two varieties:
Traditional and Cheddar. The Cheddar Snack Mixers came
with more cheese crackers and everything was coated
with cheese powder. Anyway, Ritz Snack Mixers have
been discontinued also, but don't worry. It only gets
better. About a month ago, I was at the supermarket,
and lo and behold, I see this brand new product called
Nabisco Snack Mixers! They come in two varieties:
Traditional and Cheddar. So what is it, you might say?
Nabisco's Doo Dads and Ritz Snack Mixers resurrected!
They have thrown the two snacks into one package and
renamed it! The Cheddar variety is Doo Dads with
Cheddar Ritz Snack Mixers, and the Traditional variety
is Doo Dads with Traditional Ritz Snack Mixers.
Ingenious, isn't it? Oh, and the Cheddar has Cheetos
thrown into the mix! "

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RE: Doo Dads - Sat, 09/10/05 4:25 AM
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Has anyone heard of Corn Diggers and where I might get them?

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RE: Doo Dads - Sun, 09/11/05 10:17 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by blohatchii

Has anyone heard of Corn Diggers and where I might get them?



My grandpa was a corn digger

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RE: Doo Dads - Sun, 09/11/05 10:39 PM
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Originally posted by blohatchii

Has anyone heard of Corn Diggers and where I might get them?



Yes, we used to get them a long time ago. I don't know where to get them now, though.

http://www.theimaginaryworld.com/crk01.jpg

http://www.theimaginaryworld.com/crk26.jpg

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RE: Doo Dads - Sun, 09/11/05 11:27 PM
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Originally posted by blohatchii

Has anyone heard of Corn Diggers and where I might get them?



You can go to http://www.northwestequip.com/pictures.html and check them all out. I think they dig other things like broccoli and tomatoes. I like the scarecrow.

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RE: Doo Dads - Sun, 09/18/05 5:11 PM
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TWIGS!!!!!!

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RE: Doo Dads - Sun, 09/18/05 5:14 PM
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Originally posted by syrup


Originally posted by emsmom

I liked Doo Dads. But I also remember another snack-in fact I think there were some of these in the Doo Dads. They were oblong shaped sort of weiner shaped and was a baked cheese cracker.
Does anyone remember these? They were called Cheese ______

twigs.

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RE: Doo Dads - Sun, 09/18/05 5:34 PM
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OMG, I ate Doo Dads once and was sicker than a DOG

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RE: Doo Dads - Fri, 09/23/05 9:13 PM
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Ahhhh, Doo Dads. Originally, I was only able to eat them when vacationing on the East Coast (they were never available in CA, it seemed). But I have not seen them in stores for years, quite depressing.

I sent an E-mail to Nabisco, for whatever it's worth, maybe I'll get a decent reply about the fate of the Doo Dads.

Honestly, they only thing that has ever come close is Nabisco's semi-new 'Mixers'. Still poor in comparison.

I told them Doo Dads has quite a cult following :P

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RE: Doo Dads - Thu, 12/1/05 9:36 PM
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DooDads.... man oh man, right now I'd pay 20.00 for a box. Chex mix that they came out with, I cant stand. It works for now. But man, I love eathing doodads with my mom esp. around christmas time. I thing they took a loss of money they could of made from taking it off the shelf.. unless someone knows where to find ANY!!!!!

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RE: Doo Dads - Sun, 02/19/06 3:11 PM
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THERE IS A SIMILIAR MIX THAT NABISCO MAKES THAT IS CALLED MIXERS. THE ONLY THING THAT IS MISSING IS THE PEANUTS, EVERYTHING ELSE IS THE SAME, MR SALTY. CHEESE NIPS ALL THAT!! I TOO HAVE BEEN WISHING FOR DOO-DADS. THIS IS AS CLOSE TO THEM AS I CAN GET.

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RE: Doo Dads - Mon, 04/17/06 12:55 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by emsmom

I liked Doo Dads. But I also remember another snack-in fact I think there were some of these in the Doo Dads. They were oblong shaped sort of weiner shaped and was a baked cheese cracker.
Does anyone remember these? They were called Cheese ______

They were called Cheese "TID-BITS" and a larger version of the tid bit used to be sold in a box by itself (made by Nabisco - I think) -- It's a shame that they quit making these things

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RE: Doo Dads - Tue, 05/16/06 12:28 AM
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We used to refer to them as spapoop cause thats what the box read when you held it upside down

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RE: Doo Dads - Tue, 06/6/06 1:28 PM
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I used to love Doo Dads too....me and my mom used to share them. I hate that they aren't available anymore, and I really can't understand why not. Anyway, I have found the Rosemary & Olive Oil Triscuits have a very similar flavor to the Doo Dads. Not exactly the same, but as close as we can get without the real thing. Give them a try!

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RE: Doo Dads - Wed, 09/27/06 10:14 AM
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quote:
Originally posted by syrup

Does anyone know what happened to Doo Dads Snack mix? I loved it when I was younger, But I can seem to find it in any store anymore.
I know it would be easier to find out this question if I could remember who made them.


Sucks that Nabisco discontinued them, but there is another snack mix out by nabisco called Mixers, it reminds me of Doo Dads snack mix, but without the peanuts, but I think it has everthing else in it. Pretzel sticks, Oblong cheese sticks, Little chex mix looking things, and little ritz crackers. It reminds me of Doodads. Give them a try!! Hope it helps you out!!

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RE: Doo Dads - Tue, 11/28/06 12:42 PM
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Doo Dads were made by Nabisco.
quote:
Originally posted by syrup

Does anyone know what happened to Doo Dads Snack mix? I loved it when I was younger, But I can seem to find it in any store anymore.
I know it would be easier to find out this question if I could remember who made them.

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RE: Doo Dads - Fri, 06/29/07 10:42 PM
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Cheese TIDBITS!!!!!!!!!!!!

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RE: Doo Dads - Fri, 06/29/07 10:43 PM
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Cheese Tidbits!

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RE: Doo Dads - Sun, 09/30/07 7:09 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by Lone Star

Oh my gosh, I hadn't thought about Doo Dads in ages! They were a Friday night TV watching snack with my sisters, back in the days when the Mary Tyler Moore show and Bob Newhart were on! THey were also my father's favorite "car" snack. I would love to find some.

I did a little search and found this posted in a message board:

"Let me tell you what happened with
Nabisco's Doo Dads. As recently as June of this year,
I found some at an Exxon gas station here in Houston,
Texas, where I live. This was really interesting since
I had not seen any since the late 90s. I remember that
it was extremely popular when I was growing up in the
70s, 80s, and 90s, and then as 2000 rolled around,
they were practically nowhere to be seen. That snack
mix has been discontinued in the U.S., I believe. It's
a Nabisco Canada product. Anyway, sometime in the 90s,
Nabisco came out with another product called Ritz
Snack Mixers, which was a snack mix composed of Mini
Ritz crackers, plain, whole wheat, and cheese
varieties, cereal that looked like wheat Chex, and
pretzel sticks. They came in two varieties:
Traditional and Cheddar. The Cheddar Snack Mixers came
with more cheese crackers and everything was coated
with cheese powder. Anyway, Ritz Snack Mixers have
been discontinued also, but don't worry. It only gets
better. About a month ago, I was at the supermarket,
and lo and behold, I see this brand new product called
Nabisco Snack Mixers! They come in two varieties:
Traditional and Cheddar. So what is it, you might say?
Nabisco's Doo Dads and Ritz Snack Mixers resurrected!
They have thrown the two snacks into one package and
renamed it! The Cheddar variety is Doo Dads with
Cheddar Ritz Snack Mixers, and the Traditional variety
is Doo Dads with Traditional Ritz Snack Mixers.
Ingenious, isn't it? Oh, and the Cheddar has Cheetos
thrown into the mix! "


What!!!??? Where??? I live in Houston and would KILL a bus-load of kittens and orphans for a package of Doo Dads!!!! I'd murder the last unicorn for a mere lick of one of those corn Chex from Doo Dads! Doo Dads were the best snack ever made.

Take up arms, people! Take back the Doo Dads! I propose an invasion of Canada. Liberate the Doo Dads! Don't worry, the Liberals will convince everyone it is "all about the oil" while we are stuffing our faces with the salty goodness of the real deal.

Forget Chex's watered-down substitute.

Liberate the Doo Dads! Bomb Canada Today!!!!

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RE: Doo Dads - Thu, 10/11/07 2:35 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by Rusty246

quote:
Originally posted by emsmom

I liked Doo Dads. But I also remember another snack-in fact I think there were some of these in the Doo Dads. They were oblong shaped sort of weiner shaped and was a baked cheese cracker.
Does anyone remember these? They were called Cheese ______


Why did you have to do that? It's about like trying to remember the name of a song! This will drive me to drink.......

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RE: Doo Dads - Thu, 10/11/07 2:39 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by Rusty246

quote:
Originally posted by emsmom

I liked Doo Dads. But I also remember another snack-in fact I think there were some of these in the Doo Dads. They were oblong shaped sort of weiner shaped and was a baked cheese cracker.
Does anyone remember these? They were called Cheese ______


Why did you have to do that? It's about like trying to remember the name of a song! This will drive me to drink.......
tid bits was the oblong cheese cracker in doo dads i have been trying to find both of them

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RE: Doo Dads - Fri, 10/12/07 1:36 PM
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The key to homemade Chex (or Crispix) mix is to add hot sauce & cayenne pepper. Then make sure you have plenty of cold beer!

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RE: Doo Dads - Sun, 10/14/07 7:24 PM
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Originally posted by john c

I love the stuff, too. Subtler, saltier spice mix compared to Chex Mix.

I wish GF would make an "all-Chex" Chex Mix, I pick out the pretzels and other chaff, too.
Chex does make one, it's called Simply Chex, and they come in the cheese flavor & I've only seen them in vending machines.

When I make it at home, I add more spices and don't mess around with the pretzels or peanuts or anything, just the Chex.

Doo Dads were good. I hadn't thought about them in years.

lol @ spapoop, that is the same as us calling the Mounds bars Spunow.

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RE: Doo Dads - Wed, 09/24/08 11:49 AM
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Growing up my Uncle renamed all of us kid's backwards: Idoj(pronounced "I dodge"), Ekim, Adnerb, Knarf, everybody but my Dad, "Bob". But back to "Doo Dads", I recently over the course of a couple of weeks tried to find a taste for Chex mix in the absence of "Doo Dads", they just didn't show me the love.

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RE: Doo Dads - Sun, 10/12/08 11:27 PM
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Tid Bits is correct and they were great. Doo Dads are amazing. I though they were made by Chex. I could almost be positive that they were. I had just asked my family if they remembered them and they did so I came to google them and see what happened to them and got this website. Too bad they aren't around that we know of anyway.

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RE: Doo Dads - Thu, 10/16/08 8:00 PM
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Doo Dads...TIDBITS...TWIGS...Ate 'em all. Doo Dads were the favorite summertime snacks for my friends and me, as we listened to records and talked about boys, alternating between a sip of COKE or 7 Up, and Doo Dads. When we grew up, and would get together when we were home from college, my dad always managed to have a box or two on his shelves. Thanks, Dad! The things memories are made of. TIDBITS...my mother-in-law made a delicious recipe with crushed TIDBITS, chicken and sour cream. Each piece of chicken was dipped in sour cream, then rolled in the crumbs of TIDBITs. Today, I use Pepperidge Farm Cheddar GOLDFISH. Close enough to TIDBITS, but still...For awhile, I tried TWIGS as a substitute, trying to get the same flavor. They just didn't cut it.
This weekend, 2 childhood friends are driving several hours to meet at my home for a 'trip down memory lane.' Doo Dads would be the perfect snack to offer, but NABISCO fixed that, right? They really dropped the ball with that decision!