Once we grow up, childhood memories become a door to our past. The sweet memories that never fail to bring a smile on our face and joy to our lives.
If you are a 90’s kid, then your childhood must have been the perfect amalgamation of best and funny experiences. From crazy Bollywood movies and video games to FLAMES game and landline phones, the 90’s kids have seen it all.
The best part about growing up in the 90’s was junk food and snacks that we all relished joyfully. To refresh the memories we have created the list of the favorite food of yesteryears, which will definitely make you nostalgic.
The 90’s was the age of candies. Kids loved them back then. Available in attractive packaging and inexpensive prices, the sweet candies tasted great. Ranging from Parle Poppins and Coffee Bite to Pan Pasand, Kismi, and Mango Bite, all these candies had a great fan following in the 90’s.
Big Babol & Boomer
Big Babol and Boomer were the most preferred chewing gums in the 90s. The basic idea was to continue chewing them till they taste sweet and then try and make big balloons with them from the mouth.
Can never forget these colored chocolate button-like candies. They tasted yum and were enough in quantity to share with your friends and siblings. They are still a huge hit among kids.
Uncle Chips potato wafers used to be the first choice for picnics or when guests arrive. Paired with cold drinks, they made perfect snacks for binge eating in the 90’s.
Cadbury Dairy Milk
Before all the fancy chocolates made their way into the market, Cadbury Dairy Milk was the go-to chocolates of the 90’s kids. And how can we ever forget famous ‘Kuch Khaas Hain’ Cadbury TV commercial that was a huge hit at that time.
Yes, the sweet cigarettes without the content of nicotine in it. These sweet cigarettes made 90s kids feel stylish when they used to behave like some hotshot putting these in their mouth.
Stocking up Rasna in the fridge back in 90’s meant summer is here. Whether it was your mum’s kitty party or guests were to arrive, Rasna was always served with cookies and namkeens. It was the bible that every household followed back then.
Chocolate Gold Coins
These were not just chocolates for kids of the 90’s. The kids considered them as gold currencies and pretended to be rich carrying these chocolates.
The salty and crunchy Natkhat wheat puffs used to be the favorite snacks for every 90’s kid. Their delicious taste made kids greedy for them and they used to be everywhere, school canteens, general stores, and roadside shops.
Eating a packet of chaapat every day was like a ritual in the 90’s. Coming back home from school and tuition, these savory candies used to be the regular munchies for 90’s kids.
Flavored Ice Sticks
Remember the flavored ice candies that hawkers used to sell outside the school gate during summers? The ones that came in different flavors, which you had to suck. Made from fruit juice and sugar, they tasted just like frozen cold-drinks.
Who can forget these yummy candies that bring so many memories from our childhood? Apart from taste, they were popular among kids for their funny-looking wrapper that used to have the image of two people- the Guru & the Chela. The kids had great fun turning the wrapper upside down to identify two different people.
The street vendors attracting kids with cotton candy used to be a common sight in the 90’s. It was popular among kids with the name ‘Buddi Ka Baal.’ The candy floss was visually appealing and the moment you keep it on your tongue, it vanishes as if it was never there.
We are sure you must be feeling nostalgic after reading about all these candies, chocolates, and snacks that were quite popular and desirable to 90’s kids.