Boomers liked Tang because it was a space-age drink that claimed to be "out of this world."
Twinkies first came out in 1930, but by the 1960s, they were a staple of the baby boomer generation.
TV dinners burst onto the scene in the 1960s, revolutionizing mealtime.
Sloppy Joes, which are delicious sandwiches with juicy ground beef, slaw, and a bun, have been around since the late 1800s.
The 1960s introduced Salisbury steak, a hearty combination of beef and breadcrumbs in a rich and savory gravy.
Jello was a sensation that swept through the ’60s with its wobbly charm.
Spam was a versatile pre-cooked meat that seized the spotlight in the ’60s.
This light, airy cake is made with veggie oil instead of butter. The egg whites and meringue give it a unique texture.
Rice-a-Roni was a popular dish in the 1960s. It was a delicious mix of rice, macaroni, and spices that won the hearts of Baby Boomers.
Fondue was an exciting way to enjoy food during the ’60s.