Yodels

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Yodels

Yodels are frosted, cream-filled cakes made by the Drake's company, which was bought by McKee Foods after former owner Old HB went bankrupt. Yodels are distributed on the East Coast of the United States.[citation needed] They are similar to Hostess Brands' Ho Hos and Little Debbie's Swiss Rolls.

Description[edit]

Each plastic package of Yodels contains two cakes, totaling 440 calories and three grams of saturated fat. Yodels are also sold in boxes containing five or eight individually wrapped pairs of cakes (a total of ten or 16). Formerly Yodels used a different formula, with thicker, denser cake and came packaged in foil. This was changed by the late 80s to the current recipe and packaging.[citation needed]

In popular culture[edit]

Comics[edit]

  • Yodels are named as the preferred food source of the character Jeri in the comic strip PreTeena.[1]

Film[edit]

  • The snacks were featured in the movie Click (2006), in which the main character (played by Adam Sandler) becomes extremely overweight after eating Yodels for 10 years.

Television[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oct. 24, 2010 Archived October 25, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ FOXNews.com - No More Yodels? - Neil Cavuto | Your World
  3. ^ FOXNews.com - Common Sense: Butt Out, Washington! - Neil Cavuto | Your World
  4. ^ FOXNews.com - Losing Our Guts? - Neil Cavuto | Your World
  5. ^ FOXNews.com - Free Tip for Democrats - Neil Cavuto | Your World
  6. ^ FOXNews.com - Look Who's Coming to Dinner - Neil Cavuto | Your World
  7. ^ FOXNews.com - Trying to Make Sense of It All - Neil Cavuto | Your World
  8. ^ FOXNews.com - Tips for CEOs - Neil Cavuto | Your World
  9. ^ The King of Queens: Lush Life - TV.com
  10. ^ The King of Queens: Offensive Fowl - TV.com
  11. ^ "Frasier", Wikipedia, 2019-05-26, retrieved 2019-05-31