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10- 90s Indian Snacks That Will Remind You Of Your Childhood

10- 90s Indian Snacks That Will Remind You Of Your Childhood

 90s Indian Snacks

90s Indian Snacks“- this isn’t just a set of years, it’s our memories. Although every person cherishes their childhood years, the 90s are much more celebrated. The best cartoons, the Game Boy, Super Mario, just everything makes the 90s special! There is one more thing that makes us remind of this period and put a big smile on your faces- the snacks!

 

Here are 10 Indian snacks that used to be popular in the 90s-

1. Rol a Cola

90s Indian Snacks

Remember these little candies that tasted just like Coca-Cola?

 

2. Chocolate Gold Coins

90s Indian Snacks

 

Name a kid who didn’t pretend to be a rich m-fucker carrying these chocolates, I’ll wait!

 

3. Sweet Cigarettes

90s Indian Snacks

These candy cigarettes were the definition of swag for every 90s kid. Everyone used to behave like a cool gangster putting these in their mouth and get scolded by the elders!

 

4. Chaapat

90s Indian Snacks

90s Indian Snacks

Oh, how we used to love to buy these small candies in the school canteen!

 

5. Natkhat Wheat Puffs

90s Indian Snacks

90s Indian Snacks

These puffy puffs used to be the perfect snack for every 90s kid. Their salty taste was so delicious, we couldn’t get enough of it!

 

6. Ice-cream Sticks

90s Indian Snacks

90s Indian Snacks

Remember these pipes which you had to suck? The one-rupee sticks totally tasted like frozen cold-drinks…

 

7. Jelly

90s Indian Snacks

90s Indian Snacks

What else was popular like Bob The Builder in the 90s? These jellies!

 

8. Orange Candies

90s Indian Snacks

You must have seen these candies being sold at bus stations. These tangy candies came in a Cola flavour, too, in a black colour with a fish-like design.

 

9. Gummy Pizza

90s Indian Snacks

Before the Pizza Hut and Dominos, this is the pizza the 90s kids used to have.

 

10. Guru Chela

90s Indian Snacks

Who doesn’t remember these candies? They used to be everywhere! The school canteens, the general stores, the bus stations and in the mouths of the 90s kids!

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