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Top 90s Snacks-Childhood Treats

Updated: Apr 24, 2022

Summers are here, and with them comes the nostalgia of childhood days and treasured memories. Summer breaks and holidays were about fun, food, friends, and exploring. We all relished the treats, and snacks we enjoyed during our summer breaks while sitting on terraces or playgrounds with our friends. With the unique flavors of chips, exciting candies, roadside delicacies, or exotic chocolates, we all have had our favorites and longed for them.

Nostalgic 90s Snacks

Let's go down the memory lane of our childhood days and plunge into the pool of nostalgia with these long-lost treats. Some of these snacks saw the light of the present-day, but most of them never made a comeback and stayed in our golden memories forever.


Have a look and see how many of these you loved and can remember!


Phantom Sweet Cigarettes


Phantom Sweet Cigarettes

There is no reason why these top our list or yours! Every 90s kid loved to flaunt these sweet cigarettes, and they were nothing less than a style statement. Made of chalky sugar these mint-flavored candies were a hit in the late 20th and early 21st centuries.


Yupi Burgers

Yupi Burgers

Most of us have not tried these, but you must have seen them in the candy machine a lot. Tasty gummy bears in the shape of a burger were every kid's candy version of McDonald's burger. Quite popular among kids for its sweet fruity taste and colors.


Rol-a-cola

Rol-a-cola

The refreshing taste of coca-cola in pop candies, also known as solid cola was one of the most loved candies by Parle. Popular as a drink that you can chew, this was every kid's favorite and a must-have summer pocket candy.


Magic Pop

Magic Pop

Every kid's favorite popping candy, "magic pop" was an innovation in the snack world. These candies would make cracking sounds when kept on your tongue and drove every kid crazy. It Came in various flavors and was no less than magic for 90s kids.


Jiggly Jellies

Jiggly Jellies

Who doesn't love jelly? We all do! Jelly candies have evolved, but the taste and fun of having jellies remain the same. Today we have fancy jellies, but there was a time when all we had were these small fruity flavored cups.


Blue Pepsi

Blue Pepsi

Yes, This was for real! This berry-flavored bubbly blue Pepsi was a summer bliss and an iconic drink for cricket fans. The slogan bleed blue got a new literal meaning with this limited edition Pepsi.


Fatafat

Fatafat

Like the name, this is a fatafat snack to digest food. Famous as candy but was ayurvedic pills to get relief from digestive issues. The sweet-savory taste and the packaging made Fatafat more of a fun candy enjoyed by 90s kids.


Zour Bomb

Zour Bomb

An actual bomb with a blast of flavor in a small candy that was not everyone's cup of tea. The intense flavor of zesty sour lemon eating it was not less than any adventure. It was three-layered with different flavors on every bite.


Hippo

Hippo

Hippo chips were a revolution in the chips industry, rather say pioneers in launching baked chips in various flavors. It was a complete hit and undoubtedly tasted great besides being super crunchy.


Iced Chuski Sticks

Iced Chuski Sticks

Summers were incomplete without these flavored iced sticks. Economical and chilled with ice, these popsicles were a boon in summers. Available in flavors like cola, orange, and strawberry, it was every kid's favorite treat in summer.


Choco Coins

Choco Coins

In the 90s, you dint have to be super-rich to afford gold coins! These choco coins were every kid's fantasy treasure and were super cheap. We all enjoyed the taste, and it was our currency, which we flaunted like real gold coins.


We all wish those careless days and these amazing treats are revamped, while many of these did make a comeback but are still rare to find. Not only these 90s snacks were tasty and affordable, but they were also very innovative for our era! While 90s snacks may be long gone, what remains still with us to explore are these tasty and unique Premium Indian Snacks from around the country.



Happy Snacking!




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