Written by: Wallace Merriman

Remember These 90’s Foods? No? Good. They Were Absolutely Awful. Ewww.
Posted on:May 16, 2016

The 1990s were a wonderful time by most metrics, except of course when it comes to junk food. In a lot of ways it was a sort of renaissance for junk food. Never before had Americans had so much choice and variety of deliciously terrible food.

Sadly, it was also a bad time for the internal organs of all those people enjoying said junk food. If you’re having a hard time remembering your favorites, enjoy this list of the 20 worst (and most delicious) junk foods of the 90’s. My stomach hurts just thinking about #13.

1.) WWF Ice Cream Bars.

There’s no better way to enjoy your favorite wrestlers than by literally eating them.

2.) EZ Squirt Ketchup.

Who ever thought that colored ketchup was a good idea?

3.) Rice Krispies Treats Cereal.

Scientists said it was impossible to pack that much sugar into a breakfast cereal. They were wrong.

4.) Dunk-Aroos.

In a pinch, these also made a great lunch.

5.) Squeezits.

No nutritional value at all.

6.) 3D Doritos.

Why did they ever discontinue these?

7.) Fruit Stripe Gum.

This had one of the strangest tastes ever.

8.) Vanilla Coke.

I think you can still buy this in some stores. But why would you want to?

9.) Fruitopia.

Needless to say, this did not taste like fruit.

10.) Disney popsicles.

A disappointing frozen treat.

11.) Gatorade Gum.

For those rare times you’re thirsty and want gum. Which is basically never.

12.) Berry Berry Kix.

Trading on the good name of Kix cereal to create something horrific.

13.) Surge.

This should never have been legal. Ever.

14.) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pies.

Just because they have the Ninja Turtles on the package, does not make them any better for you.

15.) Crispy M&M’s.

I’ll admit, they were tastier than they looked.

16.) Pepsi AM.

Soda for breakfast, what could go wrong?

17.) Hi-C.

A 90’s school lunch was not complete without one (or two) of these.

18.) Josta Soda.

The precursor to energy drinks. Yuck.

19.) Butterfinger BB’s.

Who could forget Bart Simpson’s snack of choice?

20.) Oreo O’s.

How about a big bowl of type 2 diabetes for breakfast?

(Via: Distractify)

Oh man I’m getting junk food flashback. (Especially of drinking Surge and then becoming severely depressed when it was discontinued. I think that’s a sign of withdrawal. ) It wasn’t my proudest moment, but it was delicious at the time. The three cavities, thought? Not so much.

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