Buzz·Posted on 11 Aug 202119 Foods That You Remember Enjoying Much More When You Were A ChildA moment of silence for the Pizza Hut buffet dessert station.by Jemima SkelleyBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Hot chips after swimming Liz @LizPata Hot chips with tomato sauce. A day at the beach. #melbourne #williamstown 06:41 AM - 19 Nov 2018 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @LizPata There's something particularly intoxicating about the chlorine-y scent of an indoor pool that just makes me crave hot chips drowning in tomato sauce. Anyone else? 2. Red cordial at your friend's place View this photo on Instagram instagram.com How good was having a glass of cordial on a play date, only to find out that your friend's mum makes it way stronger than yours does?! 3. Anything from a cake stall Jonathan Harley 🚴 @jharleyaus One of the (many) things I love about polling day is coming back to our kids’ primary school. Especially when the cake stall is on point!!! #ausvotes19 02:53 AM - 18 May 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @jharleyaus There was nothing worse than forgetting your gold coin on cake stall day. Top tier purchases were toffees, chocolate crackles and butterfly cupcakes. 4. A Women's Weekly Birthday cake Twitter: @Tweet_Ti / Via Twitter: @Tweet_Ti, Twitter: @erinrileyau / Via Twitter: @erinrileyau As adults we all have our favourites — the race track, the Barbie dress, the swimming pool. But let's face it, as kids, we would have taken literally any of them. 5. A Wendy's Iceberg The_Realist_Michelle @RealistMichelle This is my favourite Summer drink from Wendy's, it's a Blue Iceberg! 03:50 AM - 05 Dec 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @RealistMichelle I don't know why Macca's hasn't started selling their own version of Icebergs, which were just blue or red slushies topped with a dollop of soft serve. Iconic. 6. Ginger beer miss emily ✨ @emily_dawnxo treating myself to a cool, refreshing, bundaberg ginger beer :) 11:53 PM - 24 Oct 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @emily_dawnxo Let's face it: As kids, we didn't drink ginger beer for the taste, we drank it for the name. The novelty of drinking "beer" didn't wear off 'til at least your teens. 7. Pizza Hut buffet Morgan Cameron Ross @Morgan_C_Ross The Pizza Hut dessert buffet was a magical wonderland as a kid. 11:13 PM - 16 May 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @Morgan_C_Ross A moment's silence please, for the Pizza Hut buffet. If we didn't lose it to time, we would have lost it to COVID eventually, I guess. This was the place for your primary school birthday parties and if you and your mates didn't make a super sundae with all the toppings (sweet and savoury) and dare each other to eat it, then what was even the point of going? 8. A cola Chupa Chup Chupa Chups As a kid, if you scored the Coke-flavour Chupa Chup out of an assorted bag, it was like winning the lottery. Especially if your parents didn't let you drink Coke. 9. Mini cereal boxes Cupcakes & Coasters🎢✨ @cupcake_coaster Why is there something SO JOYFUL about a mini box of cereal 😂 08:24 AM - 12 Sep 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @cupcake_coaster Saved for special occasions like school holidays or road trips, there was something so thrilling about eating cereal that came from a tiny box. 10. Wizz Fizz Kris Williams @KrisWilliams Wizz Fizz... Like a weird, fizzy, Australian Fun Dip... Minus the stick... Instead you get a mini shovel. #Australia 11:14 AM - 24 Aug 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @KrisWilliams In hindsight, Wizz Fizz is kinda gross, but as kids we were mainlining that stuff right down our throats and absolutely thriving. 11. Fish fingers Mo McF @Mcfarlmo Because I am a grownup I am having fish fingers for my dinner. 07:06 PM - 20 Sep 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @Mcfarlmo When your mum served up fish fingers and tomato sauce for dinner, it felt like a special treat. Now it just tastes like depression or being a broke uni student. 12. Frankfurters dipped in tomato sauce Centre State Food Service / Via centrestatefoods.com.au Similarly, those bright red mini franks were an absolute birthday party staple back in the day, but now they're highly questionable. 13. A devon sandwich John @DocinOz62 Nature perfect food: a Devon and sauce sandwich 10:00 PM - 16 Mar 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @DocinOz62 Speaking of mystery meat, there was something just so damn tasty about devon and t-sauce lunchbox sambos. Honestly, I'd still enjoy one now, but I might hesitate for just half a second, wondering wtf I'm actually eating. 14. Bakers Delight finger buns Facebook: Bakers Delight A pink finger bun — or the one covered in 100s and 1000s — just hit so different as a kid. Probably because you hadn't yet figured out it was just a hot dog roll covered in icing. 15. Macca's breakfast before a trip 💘 Jovi 🐾 @JoviiiGirl Ohh yeah! Maccas breakfast 👍 11:02 PM - 03 Apr 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @JoviiiGirl Of course, as adults, we all still froth for a Macca's breakfast, especially after a big night. But nothing will compare to the joy and excitement that came when you had it as a child, either at the airport or at the beginning of a family road trip. 16. And then anything you get from a country bakery on that road trip Kim @kixystix Went for a drive and got a pie, vanilla slice and neenish tart in Kyneton. Fun adventures are fun! 06:04 AM - 15 Nov 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @kixystix Nothing, nothing beats a country bakery. From sausage rolls and meat pies to Neenish tarts and towering vanilla slices, it was always the thing that got you most excited on a road trip. 17. Rissoles and frozen veg 💜 Princess Fiona 🦄 @phonakins Thyme beef rissoles with veges 08:56 AM - 27 Feb 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @phonakins Another classic meal that always hit the spot, there was something about a dinner of Mum's rissoles with a side of broccoli and carrots that just really hit the spot. 18. And finally, musk sticks Flickr / Via Flickr: waderockett As an adult, these are just chalky sticks that taste like cleaning supplies. But as a kid, a lolly was a lolly, so a musk stick was just as valuable as a red frog.