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Q: banana,choclate,and fudge flavored peanut butter. ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   2 Comments )
Subject: banana,choclate,and fudge flavored peanut butter.
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: peteza-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 14 Oct 2006 14:28 PDT
Expires: 13 Nov 2006 13:28 PST
Question ID: 773486
these peanut butter like sandwich spreads were around in the
1970's,they had monsters on the lable and came in a variety of
flavors.would like to know the name of these sandwich spreads, who
made them ,and finally what happened to them.
Subject: Re: banana,choclate,and fudge flavored peanut butter.
Answered By: bobbie7-ga on 14 Oct 2006 15:12 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello Peteza,

Koogle was the brand name for a flavored peanut butter marketed by
Kraft Foods in the 1970s. It was available in four flavors: chocolate,
cinnamon, banana, and vanilla.

Koogle was taken off the market because of poor sales.


?They had chocolate, vanilla and banana flavors. They were taken off the
market after poor sales.?

?KOOGLE! ITS KOOGLE!!! I remember it well. That goofy dancing jar of
bannana or chocolate flavored peanut butter. Ko-Ko-Koogly eyes.?


Image of the Koogle Monster

Here are two images of the jar,GGLJ:2006-39,GGLJ:en&q=Kraft%20%20Koogle%20%20&sa=N&tab=wi

Koogle Peanut Spread

?A food product made by Kraft targeted toward young kids. It wasn't
officially peanut butter and didn't taste like it either. It came in
flavors such as chocolate, banana, vanilla, and caramel.?

Koogle Peanutbutter
?It was flavored chocolate, banana, strawberry and
vanilla. There were others but I can't remember all of them. The jar
resembled the Kool-aid guy and had lots of eyes all around the top.?

?Here comes Koogle with the koo koo koogly eyes
Peanutty Koogle with the koo koo koogly eyes?

?Koogle (the song went: here comes Koogle with the Koo Koo Koogly'll love Koogle, the crafty nutty surprise.)?

Search terms:
peanut spread monster
Koogle peanut spread monster

I hope the information provided is helpful!

Best regards,
peteza-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $1.00
thank you so much, this has been eating at me (ha ha) for a while now,
im 37 and remember eating and loving the stuff, kept thinking it was
called goober but knew that wasn't right.

Subject: Re: banana,choclate,and fudge flavored peanut butter.
From: bobbie7-ga on 14 Oct 2006 16:59 PDT
Thanks for the rating and tip!

I'm pleased we were able to identify the correct product for you.
Subject: Re: banana,choclate,and fudge flavored peanut butter.
From: fernando108-ga on 05 Nov 2006 21:25 PST
Oh how I remember this product! But I remember distinctly that here in
New York City it was called Google not Koogle. Around 1985 I ran
across a magazine with an article on products from the '70's and it
was called Google there too.
Mmmmmmmm, how delicious the stuff was! I remember eating it the summer
of 1975, it dissapeared not too long after. I also remember Wilma the
Whale cereal from about that time, she was part of the Captain Crunch
bunch, it was vanilla flavored puff balls, probably corn, how I loved
that cereal, sometimes I would eat a whole box in one day, it
dissapeared too. I still mix banana and or cinnamon into my peanut
butter and it taste alot like Google. Also do you remember Soft and
Fade from about that time? It was before the blue jeans companies came
out with pre-softened denim and it was a detergent you would buy that
would soften your brand new hard jeans into soft faded ones, LOL.

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