10 Lies We Tell Ourselves About Weight Loss

Jell-O was a classic dessert for the baby boomer group. In some recipes, it was even used as an ingredient.


Spam, which is already cooked meat in a can, is another classic dish of the baby boomer age. People often put this spicy food on sandwiches or used it as a side dish.


Preservative-filled TV dinners were popular with baby boomers. This one-tray supper usually had protein, carbohydrate, and veggies.

TV Dinners

This gelatin dessert has instant pistachio pudding mix, pineapple chunks, crushed-up pecans, and mini marshmallows.

Watergate Salad

This low-fat food is often served with sweet fruits or veggies, but millennials don't eat it very often because Greek yogurt has more protein and fewer calories and is a better choice for them.

Cottage Cheese

Gefilte fish is a traditional Jewish dish. It's made with ground fish and topped with horseradish sauce. 

Gefilte Fish

Liver paté is a popular snack among baby boomers, but millennials don't care much for this treat. 

Liver pâté

 If that doesn't sound like your thing, you're probably a Millennial who doesn't care as much about this food treat.

Blue Cheese

Millennials don't like the taste of these salty snacks, but baby boomers like to put green olives on their plates as decorations. 


Baby boomers always had deviled eggs at parties, but millennials are more likely to choose healthy foods. 

Deviled Eggs