We all reminisce today about all the foods that we miss from the 90s, whether it is DunkARoos, Wonderball, or Fun Dip, you name it. Sometimes we forget about all the wonderful snacks that we ate in the 2000s. Why not start the trend of all the 2000s snacks that we wish we can munch on at this moment. Here are a few of those snacks that will most definitely make you feel nostalgic.
1. Planters Cheez Balls
The cheesy, crunchy balls that every child and teen obsess over. You most likely ate these at any type of party or sleepover you had throughout your childhood. Relive it and feel nostalgic by buying a similar brand of Cheetos in your local supermarket.
A very popular snack I ate back when I was in the second grade, munching during snack time. Not only do they have Cheez-it flavor, but also in chocolate chip cookie. Also perfect to have on the go.
3. French Toast Crunch
You get the best of both worlds, french toast and cereal, what could be better? Everyone had a craving for these, but once again how could you not?
4. Lunchables Fun Snacks
The fudgiest brownie I have ever tasted back in the good old days. Just needed to add some chocolate frosting and sprinkles to it to make sure it was the ultimate brownie. This snack always gets me feeling nostalgic.
5. Baby Bottle Pop
“Baby Bottle Pop, Baby Bottle Pop” is the song you heard constantly on commercials growing up. The perfect candy you were able to get anywhere. Dipping some lollipop into flavored sugar.
6. Cinnamon Flavored Tic Tacs
Most likely get mint or tropical flavor now, but years back there were cinnamon Tic Tacs. Easily accessible at any type of drug store or supermarket.
7. Yoplait Trix Yogurt
I vividly remember always having this, whether it was cotton candy or watermelon favored. The perfect, refreshing snack I used to have after coming home from school or even playing outside.
8. Pretzel Stix
Everyone who grew up in the 2000s definitely remembers the pretzel stix in the yellow box. It was a perfect snack at school, after school, and even for when you had to sit through long car rides.
9. Jet-Puffed Fun Mallows
It’s not just regular marshmallows, they are flavored in orange, strawberry, lemon, and lime. Why not have marshmallows when they can be flavored?
10. Scooby Doo Fruit Snacks
You probably see Welch’s Fruit Snacks in any supermarket, but years back there were fruit snacks that came in the shape characters from your favorite television show. You name the show, there were fruit snacks for it.
11. Ouch! Bubble Gum
It was the bubble gum that came in the shape of a bandaid that tasted delicious. Maybe if you really tried it can also stick on you to cover the scratch on your skin.
12. Cookies and Cream Popsicle
An all time favorite, especially in the summertime to cool off after a swim in the pool. Who doesn’t love cookies and cream ice cream?
Almost like Twizzlers, but these are by Kellogg’s. They came in various flavors that all children loved, cherry, berry, and wild strawberry.
The popular juice to sip at lunch time back in elementary school, coming in all flavors from Poppin’ Lemonade to Flashin’ Fruit Punch to Wild Cherry.
15. Jell-O Pudding Pops
What child doesn’t like fudge pops? I know I certainly did. And even better, Popsicle provided a variety pack full of chocolate, vanilla, and the two combined!