25 Snacks 2000s Kids Traded in the School Cafeteria
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Remember how excited you were for Pizza Fridays? Or how about when you used your parents' money to buy chips from the vending machine? Here is a list of 25 snacks that were always traded faster than gossip in the girls' bathroom.

Fruit Roll-Ups

Would you roll it up or eat it one tiny piece at a time (like a psycho)?

Warheads

Try a warhead, they said. It'll be good, they said.

Hi-C Juice

Five-year-old you probably read this as "Hik"

Spongebob Krabby Patty

I'll give you a patty for a fruit rollup.

J & J's Whole Fruit Icees

Remember smushing this with your white plastic spork?

Linden's Chocolate Chip Cookies

The smuggled contraband of elementary school.

Danimals Smoothie

Throwback to when Dylan and Cole Sprouse were in the Danimals commercials.

Herr's Honey Cheese Curls

This was the sh**t.

Airheads

Ahh the excitement of finding out which flavor was White Mystery.

Gushers

When you wanted these at the store and your immigrant parents said "you don't need this."

Handi Snacks Mister Salty

The fake cheese was sooo good.

Spongebob Popsicle

The melting Spongebob face still gives me nightmares.

Wonka Fun Dip

Unpopular opinion: this was too sour.

Hubba Bubba

Whoever chewed the whole roll at once was a demon.

Gogurt

The Phineas and Ferb ones were the best.

Chex Mix

Your picky ass only taking out the ones you liked.

Froot Loops Cereal

When you realize that these are just Cheerios with food coloring.

Sunchips

When the school cafeteria finally gets them back in stock.

Welch's Fruit Snacks

These guys ran out WAYY too quickly!

Sunmaid Raisins

Did you know that the real model for this brand was discovered by a raisin executive while wearing her mother's red bonnet in her backyard?

Mini Motts

Best served chilled.

Capri Sun

Every classroom birthday party ever.

Smuckers Uncrustables

I can taste this now.

Goldfish

The ONLY snack that smiles back.

Takis

For the boldest third grader in the cafeteria.


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