These ‘90s Foods Will Give You So Much Nostalgia

Take a blast to the past with these frozen treats!


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The ‘90's were a special place, and not just because it gave us things like Saved by the Bell and Lisa Frank trapper keepers the frozen food back then was truly something to behold. From grab-and-go breakfasts to after-school snacks, these were the totally '90's foods that we couldn't get enough of.

Eggo Waffles

Whether you sat down in the morning with a stack of Eggo waffles or simply grabbed one on-the-go (admit it, they are just as good without syrup), this iconic breakfast was a staple of childhood. And since these crispy waffles now offer Nutri-Grain options, they are somewhat acceptable to bring into adulthood. You know, if you really can’t leggo your Eggos.


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Bagel Bites

Bagel Bites always hit the spot after school. Nothing beat biting into that chewy little bagel topped with a mound of melted cheese — especially after barely making it through those terrible school cafeteria lunches.

Pizza Rolls

The ’90s really knew how to mix up how we ate frozen pizza! On the days we weren’t shoveling Bagel Bites down our throats, we were often burning our tongues on the too-hot innards of Pizza Rolls. But was that second of pain totally worth it? YES.


Summer wasn’t officially in full swing until your freezer was stocked with these multi-colored freeze pops. Known for their plastic packaging and lack of a wooden stick, Fla-Vor-Ice will always be remembered for the extra-sugary syrup that pooled at the bottom of the tube waiting to be gulped down at the end. Refreshing!

Kid Cuisine

We all begged our parents to let us have this frozen meal for dinner instead of whatever homemade meal they were preparing. (Obviously because who wants real food when heavily processed food endorsed by a PENGUIN for sale?!) It even came complete with a dessert, like that Fudge Brownie (OMG).

Hot Pockets

Anything that can be popped in the microwave and result in a substantial meal (or just a really hearty snack) got a thumbs-up from every perpetually hungry ’90s kid. But there was nothing worse than playing a game of hot potato with your scorching-hot Hot Pocket. Seriously, the name doesn’t lie.

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