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    22 Snacks Every '90s Kid Snuck Into Their Mom's Shopping Cart

    Tastes like nostalgia.

    1. Dunkaroos were the BEST snack, especially when you had a little bit of icing left over:

    Betty Crocker / Via walmart.com

    Although no longer available in the US, Dunkaroos are still sold in Canada! So if you're looking to get your hands on these sweet treats you'll need to take a lil' trip.

    2. If you brought a Reptar Bar to school, you were instantly the coolest kid around:

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    Who wouldn't want a chocolate bar that turns your mouth green?!

    Get one from Amazon for $4.98.

    3. Nothing was more satisfying than twisting off the top of a Squeezit on a hot, sunny day:

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    Unfortunately, these have been discontinued.

    4. You only drank Hi-C Ecto Cooler Juice Boxes to see how green your tongue would turn:

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    Although they returned for a short period of time along with the remake of Ghostbusters in 2016, they're sadly no longer available.

    5. Shark Bites were cool long before you became obsessed with Shark Week:

    Betty Crocker / Via amazon.com

    Everyone loved them, so it's no surprise you can still purchase these bad boys.

    Get a 2-pack from Amazon for $15.95.

    6. Nothing was better than slapping on a good ol' tongue tattoo with Fruit Roll-Ups:

    Betty Crocker / Via amazon.com

    Thankfully, Betty Crocker still makes these fun treats.

    Get two mega packs from Amazon for $21.95.

    7. When the ice cream truck rolled around, you marched right outside to get your Mickey Parade Ice Cream Bar:

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    Unfortunately, the parade has ended for these bars, but it will continue to march on in our memories.

    8. Early mornings were so much better when you had a big bowl of French Toast Crunch:

    General Mills / Via walmart.com

    After begging for the return of this beloved cereal, we finally got what we wanted!

    Get a family size box from Walmart for $3.98.

    9. Just one gulp of Surge would give you all the energy in the world:

    The Coca-Cola Company / Via amazon.com

    This drink was brought back by popular demand after the successful Facebook campaign, SURGE Movement.

    Get a case from Amazon for $28.99.

    10. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Cereal kickstarted every Saturday morning with a mouth full of woven "ninja nets" and marshmallows:

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    Unfortunately, this sweet cereal is no longer available for purchase, but man, do we miss it.

    11. You probably tried to convince your parents that Soda-Licious fruit snacks were a healthy alternative to soda:

    Betty Crocker / Via youtube.com

    They have since been discontinued, but there is a huge movement online to bring them back.

    12. Nothing was more satisfying than biting into a PB Max bar filled with creamy oats and peanut butter:

    Mars / Via youtube.com

    So creamy, so hearty. PB Max will never be forgotten.

    13. Once the Blastin' Green and Funky Purple Heinz EZ Squirt Ketchup came out, you refused to use regular ketchup ever again:

    Henz / Via youtube.com

    Let's be real, your fries tasted so much better when you dipped it in EZ Squirt. Petition to bring it back?

    14. You definitely held Fruit Gushers in between your fingers and squeezed until the yummy center oozed out:

    General Mills / Via amazon.com

    We're #blessed that this chewy, gooey snack is still on shelves today.

    Get a box from Amazon for $2.

    15. Nothing was better than competing with friends to see whose mouth turned a darker shade of green from Fun Dip:

    The Willy Wonky Candy Company / Via amazon.com

    To this day, kids still experience the joys of powdery goodness and dyed mouths.

    Get a 48-pack from Amazon for $9.99.

    16. You definitely pretended to "smoke" a Pixy Stix on the playground during recess:

    The Willy Wonky Candy Company / Via amazon.com

    You can still taste that sweet and sour flavor.

    Get a 3-pack from Amazon for $7.99.

    17. Yoplait Trix Yogurt was probably the only yogurt you would eat as a kid:

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    That's because Trix were for kids.

    18. Just one Push Pop wasn't enough — you absolutely needed to have the Triple Power Push Pop:

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    Enjoy all three flavors at once or pick and choose which flavor to enjoy.

    Get a 16-count box from Amazon for $22.89.

    19. Your parents probably never let you bite into a Wonder Ball, but that didn't stop you from ripping into that chocolate to see the treat inside:

    Frankford Candy & Chocolate Company / Via amazon.com

    Wonder Ball is still around today with all the fun from the '90s!

    Get a 2-pack in store at Target for $1.79.

    20. Everyone remembers sucking on a Baby Bottle Pop and pretending you were actually a baby:

    Topps / Via amazon.com

    You can still purchase these treats in store and relive your childhood.

    Get a 20-pack from Amazon for $20.61.

    21. Potato Sticks made you feel like your were eating French fries, but you were really just munchin' on some chips:

    French's / Via amazon.com

    Although the serving size was technically for a small family, you still ate the whole can by yourself.

    Get a 12-pack from Amazon for $36.78.

    22. Finally, Doritos 3D were basically the best chip the world has ever seen:

    Frito-Lay / Via youtube.com

    All the flavor, all the crunch, and probably your favorite Dorito since the launch of the Cool Ranch flavor. Maybe one day they'll bring them back for us.

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