Fruit juices didn’t really need to be sold in squeezable packs to kids. Still, just because you don’t need something, it doesn’t mean you don’t want it. Squeezable packs were a big part of the spirit of the ’90s.
After being redesigned in 1992, each flavor had its own assigned character – from Smarty Arty Orange to Grumpy Grape. Was there a lunchbox that didn’t have a Squeezit? Probably not.
Lunchables may have been an iconic DIY school snack kit from the late 80s, but the Lunchables Cookies and Frosting packs have endured up until just recently. If you were a kid of the 80s, you must remember these fondly and are sad they are no longer available.
These delicious decorate-your-own-cookie kits came with two semi-soft cookies and sweet spreadable icing that made for a delicious treat.
Pop Qwiz Popcorn
A lot of grownups remember happily chowing down on colorful Popcorn as kids in the 90s. With colors like red, blue, purple, and green, who could resist snacking on these while enjoying their favorite cartoons?
But all those colors were just not enough to keep this product alive. The colors didn't equate to any flavoring, which was disappointing. The candy soon fell out of favor and was taken off the shelves.
Moon Pie Crunch
The iconic Moon Pie's existence was incredibly long. It existed for over 100 years - and for a good reason, these pies were scrumptious.
Marshmallow filling sandwiched between cake-like cookies and then coated in chocolate, this was the kind of treat that should have never gone out of style. But one kind of Moon Pie hasn't done as well and that's the Moon Pie Crunch, which was eventually discontinued.
The only bad thing about 3D Doritos was this: they did not travel well. The foil bags just couldn't shield those little three-dimensional doozies and they'd crumble in the bag before you could open it.
Oh and there's one more con to these puffed-up, pillowy pockets of zest — they no longer exist. By the turn of the millennium, 3D Doritos were unjustly (in our opinion) yanked from the shelves.