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Top 10 Childhood Snacks

Nothing says childhood memories like bright packaging and sugary food.

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Top 10 Childhood Snacks

These 10 snacks made my childhood, and they probably made yours. Keep reading to take a trip down memory lane.

The Wonder Ball

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Because, what's better than biting into a hallow chocolate ball to find even more sweets and candy?

Skittles Gum

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The moment I learned the lid could also be used as a candy holder changed everything.

Kudos Milk Chocolate Granola Bars 

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If it still has granola bar in the name, it's healthy right?

DunkAroos

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Truly nothing compares to this on the go icing snack.

Fruit Stripe Gum

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The flavor in this gum lasted a good 3 chews, but boy was it worth it.

Scooby-Doo Fruit Snacks

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The OG recipe in the foil wrapping, not the new Scooby-Doo fruit snacks.

Hubba Bubba Bubble Gum

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This gum wins over all childhood fruity gums.

Stackerz

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I felt like the coolest kid bringing these in my lunch in middle school.

Griptz

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The Chips Delluxe version was better than the Cheez-It version, there I said it.

Froot Loop Cereal Straws 

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Save the turtles AND enjoy an edible straw, amazing if you ask me.

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