You're A True Millennial If You Recognize These 35 Foods

    You can probably taste them by just looking at them.

    1. Cheesecake in bar form:

    2. The perfect dinner choice:

    3. A brownie that was truly out of this world:

    4. Gummies…IN SHARK FORM:

    5. Fruit…IN STRING FORM:

    6. Gum that tasted delicious for all of 10 seconds:

    7. Doritos that basically made flat chips obsolete:

    8. Cereal that turned milk into sweet, sweet nectar:

    9. Yogurt that tasted just like breakfast:

    10. These oh-so-sweet sugar waters that you’d gladly trade your sandwich for:

    11. A staple in your grandma's candy bowl:

    12. A staple in your grandma's purse:

    13. Thinking you’d transform into a piece of fruit each time you ate one:

    14. Being careful not to slice your tongue on the red spoon as you tried to get that last bit of cheese:

    15. Being careful not to burn the top of your mouth when you took a bite:

    16. A Mickey Mouse approved icy treat:

    17. A Fred Flintstone approved icy treat:

    18. These granola bars that were basically just candy bars:

    19. Food you had to play with in order to eat:

    20. Basically an ice cream float in a can:

    21. Chocolate with a crispy peanut butter center:

    22. Cookies with a creamy peanut butter center:

    23. Tiny chunks of Rice Krispies Treats for breakfast:

    24. A perfect and delicious combination of pizza and chips:

    25. Fruit-flavored liquid nirvana:

    26. Fruit that gave you a brain freeze:

    27. Chocolatey cookies that always seemed to be stuck together:

    28. Ice cream that had a hint of wood flavor to it:

    29. Crunchy, cheesy goodness (that left you with yellow fingers):

    30. Your mom's treats that you would secretly eat behind her back:

    31. Chips that transformed you into a witch:

    32. Literal chocolate chips:

    33. Gum dust that got everywhere:

    34. Glorious, glorious Dunk-A-Roos, that were the most perfect snack at any time of the day:

    35. And finally, the undisputed gold standard when it came to school lunches: