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    I Ate 22 Beloved '90s Kids Snacks To See How They Are As An Adult And Some Are Still Great But Others, Not So Much

    From Strawberry Creme Savers to Dunkaroos.

    I think folks who grew up in the '90s tend to remember childhood fondly, which sometimes results in things being recalled in a more favorable light than they deserve. So today we're going to revisit some beloved '90s snacks to see if they've survived the test of time, or if they were only good because we were seven years old. OK, here we go...

    1. Creme Savers. Here's what the outside of the packaging looks like.

    medium sized bag with photos of the hard candy next to a strawberry being dunked in milk

    And here's what the actual candies look like.

    white and pink swirls on a small circular hard candy

    2. Pizza Rolls. Here's what the outside of the packaging looks like.

    a bag advertising 50 rolls with photos of the bite-sized snack

    And here's what the Pizza Rolls look like.

    plate of tiny squares of pizza rolls

    3. Toaster Strudel. Here's what the outside of the packaging looks like.

    box showing a cartoon doughboy icing a strawberry toaster strudel

    And here's what the actual strudel looks like.

    plated toaster strudel with melted icing

    4. Push Pop.

    5. Dunkaroos. Here's what the outside of the package looks like.

    small package showing cooking being dunked in icing

    And here's what they look like inside.

    two different compartments for the icing and small cookies

    6. SoBe Elixir (Strawberry Banana)

    A bright pink bottle of Strawberry Banana SoBe

    7. Fruit Gushers. Here's what the outside of the package looks like.

    an arrow pointing to the wrapper with text reading, "back in my day the wrapper was made of paper"

    And here's what the Gushers look like.

    8. Nutri-Grain Bars. Here's what the packaging looks like.

    And here's what the actual bar looks like.

    a small grain bar  with fruit filling

    9. Fruit Roll-Ups. Here's what the outside of the package looks like.

    And here's the actual roll-up.

    a sheet of the candy

    10. Oreo O's.

    A box of Oreo O's cereal

    11. Capri Sun

    A packet of Fruit Punch flavored Capri Sun

    12. Kid Cuisine. Here's what the outside packaging looks like.

    SpongeBob on the package showing a small tray of nuggets and sides

    And here's what the actual meal looks like.

    a small lunch tray style plate with corn, mac n cheese, three nuggets and a small brownie

    13. Hubba Bubba Max. Here's what the outside packaging looks like.

    And here's how the pieces of gum look.

    a large square of gum with two different colors for the watermelon flavor

    14. Hubba Bubba Bubble Tape.

    tape dispenser bubble gum

    15. SpaghettiOs. Here's what the outside of the can looks like.

    And here's what the actual SpaghettiOs look like.

    a soupy meal of O-shaped noodles

    16. Lunchables. Here's what the outside packaging of the pizza one looks like.

    Here's what the outside packaging of the cheese, turkey, and crackers one looks like.

    Here's what the actual pizza one looks like inside.

    a small cold pizza with huge slices of pepporoni

    And here's what the cheese, turkey, and crackers one looks like on the inside.

    compartments for each of the stackable food items

    17. Warheads. Here's what the outside wrapper looks like.

    a small candy wrapper showing a cartoon face with the head blowing off from the sourness

    And here's what the actual candy looks like.

    small circular candy

    18. Juice Barrels

    two juice barrels with foil as the lid

    19. Ring Pop. Here's what the outside packaging looks like.

    And here's what the actual candy looks like.

    a large diamond shaped candy on a plastic ring base

    20. Push-Ups.

    orange ice cream being pushed out of a circular cardboard casing

    21. Brisk Iced Tea

    can of tea with illustrations all over

    22. Finally, we began with a hard candy and we'll end with one: Werther's Original.

    a gold wrapper twisted over the small hard candy

    NOTE: All of these items were pretty easy to find! I got everything either within the aisles of grocery stores EXCEPT for Creme Savers, which I purchased through Amazon.