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KIDS TRY 90s SNACKS! 2 Kids Vs. Food

KIDS TRY 90s SNACKS! 2 Kids Vs. Food – They change colors and flavors. Ooh, sciency. – Oh my gosh, its the gushiness! French accordion music – FBE Welcome to our second edition of 90s kids snacks. – Again?

Yes. Okay, the last time, they tasted really good. – gasps Yay. Im excited. – I was in the first one. I loved it. There was Hubba Bubba tape, PEZ. – Theres a lot of 90s snacks that still exist.

I hope Ive seen some of them before. – FBE Now, some of these snacks werent necessarily first invented in the 90s, but definitely became a popular item in the 90s and some are still seen today. – Oh, okay. When you eat something as a kid, and then you eat it now, you remember of back– of that time back then. – Im just trying to think what would be 90s kids snacks? Peanut butter and jelly? I have no clue. – They might be really good and they might be really bad. – I feel like it has to have a lot of color and sugar and I feel like thats still true today. – FBE Here is your first 90s snack. – gasps Yes.

Ive seen those. I like this shape because it looks like a unicorn horn. – Bugles? They look like ice cream cones without the ice cream. – If you turn them like this, they look like a scary witch finger, but if you turn them like this, they kinda looks like a tornado. – blowing Ive never actually had these, but I think Ive seen a commercial for this.

Good. Kinda tastes like Fritos. – Im getting kinda corn taste. Its very, very crunchy.

These remind me of those things you usually see like decorations at a table at Thanksgiving. – Mm, these taste really good. Theyre salty, but they dont have too much of a flavor where its like crazy, exploding with different stuff. – Are these something big and Ive just been living under a rock? – FBE So, these are called Bugles. They are made in the same factory in west Chicago, Illinois until the factory was closed in 2017. These triangle shaped chips were a fun way to pretend you had long fingernails. – Well, the first thing that came to mind was a unicorn horn.

Very, very odd, but kinda fun actually. – Hello. I ate my fingernails. – This is fun. – Go like this, right? Then yeah.

See, Im smart. Im a 90s kid, boom. – FBE Okay, heres your next one. – gasps Go-Gurt! – You can take them on the go and theyre yogurt. Thats why theyre called Go-Gurt. – I ate so many of these when I was younger. Wow, so these were very popular in the 90s? – Yummy. – That was a fun experience.

Its not really the factor of savor the flavor. Its the fast way of eating it. – I like it better like this because its more fun. – I really like yogurt and you dont need a spoon, so its easy to carry around with you. I remember having jokes on these. – I always just loved to read the questions and then just try to figure it out without looking at the bottom. – FBE Yogurt on the go.

They were also known as Yoplait tubes in Canada and as Frubes in the United Kingdom. – Frubes? Who came up with that? – Sounds kinda weird like fruit tube. Oh, fruit tubes. That actually doesnt sound that weird now that I actually put it together. – They should just call them Frubes everywhere. Hey, you got a Frube here? – FBE Here is your next one. – Oh, I love these.

These are my favorites. – I always see these types of snacks at school, so I mean, if snacks like these were more popular in the 90s than they are now, thats kinda crazy. – I dont really like these things that much. Is that even real cheese? Probably not. – Theyre okay. – I like the cheese more than I like the combination. – Theyre like mini breadsticks.

Mini cheesy breadsticks. – They dont taste bad, but theyre not good. These things are just really underwhelming. They dont have a flavor. Theyre just crunchy sticks.

You could at least try a little bit harder. I mean, come on. – FBE So, these are called Handi-Snacks. This was an inspiration to boost Lunchables sales.

Handi-Snacks is a mass produced cheese and crackers snack that is prepared using processed cheese. – I honestly get it. Its pretty good. It seems like it wouldnt cost a lot. Its fast. – The way its packaged is its easy to carry with you in a bag, a lunch bag. – I think that its really cool that they didnt just keep it in the 90s. I appreciate that they wanted some of the 90s snacks to come back to life. – FBE All right, lets do the next one. – gasps Gushers!

Oh my gosh. These are Gushers. Yes. – I had these before and theyre really juicy.

Squeeze. – Theyre not my favorite of the fruit snacks because when you bite into them, youre like, Normal, normal. Oh my gosh, its the gushiness! – Theyre fruity, theyre yummy, and theyre sweet. – It was good, but I mean, I didnt really taste any juice come out. It just felt like a gummy. – This tastes better than I remember. Kinda like it. – They have gel on the inside and most fruit snacks do not. – FBE So, these are called Gushers. – I havent really heard of them in such a long time. – FBE Introduced in 1991, these fruit snacks in the shape of elongated hexagonal bipyramids made primarily from sugar and fruit juice are still popular today. – All right.

The idea of eating a gummy and then just having juice come out probably was unique back then. – Theres nothing really like them out there. Other stuff, you just eat it and its like, its fruit flavored. Gushers, they gush, thats their thing and its delicious. – FBE All right, lets do the last one. – Never heard of these before. – Jawbreakers? That change colors and flavors?

Ooh, sciencey. – I used to see a bunch of movies, for example, Willie Wonka. They were talking about Gobstoppers and all that and I was like, Whats a Gobstopper? – I wish they looked like the ones from the movie. They dont look like– theyre just little round jawbreakers. – Theyre so tiny. Im gonna go for a red. Tastes like the pink flavored gum. – Im gonna do a yellow, cause I love yellow. – These are good.

I dont see if theres anything really special about them, except for the name and theyre from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. – FBE So, after a while, itll change color and flavor. – Mm. Orangey, still orangey. Its good. Its kind of yellowish orange. Takes a while to do that. – FBE What color is it now? – Red.

Thats really freaky. – FBE So, these are called Gobstoppers. A Willy Wonka inspired candy, these jawbreakers take several weeks to manufacture as the process of adding liquid sugar is repeated multiple times until it dries. – They were actually inspired by Willy Wonka. Thats pretty cool. – Oh, I love those movies.

I love the original better with Gene Wilder. – FBE The term Gobstopper derives from gob, which is slang in the United Kingdom and Ireland for mouth. – I mean, its cool that it has a meaning and is not just a weird word they made up. – You wanna have a mouth stopper? Gobstopper sounds better. – Theyre really cool, cause when you put them in your mouth and you suck a while, it changes colors and flavors and I think thats a great idea. – FBE What did you think of all these 90s snacks today? – They were all really good. I mean, theyre all sugary, they all tasted delicious and some of them, I had already eaten before. – Those people are lucky, I guess. People who got to have these a lot of the time. – They all had their own unique thing to them.

They may have been popular in the 90s and had their peak of popularity back then, but I mean, I still see a lot of these today. – Thanks for watching Kids Vs. Food on the React Channel. – Dont miss out. Be sure to Subscribe. – What food should we try next?

Let us know in the comments. – Goodbye. – Whats up guys, Alyssa here, a producer from the React Channel. Thanks so much for heading back to the 90s to have some snacks with us today. If youre here within the first 30 minutes of this episode releasing, say hi to me in the comments.

KIDS TRY 90s SNACKS! 2 Kids Vs. Food – They change colors and flavors. Ooh, sciency. – Oh my gosh, its the gushiness! French accordion music – FBE Welcome to our second edition of 90s kids snacks. – Again?

Yes. Okay, the last time, they tasted really good. – gasps Yay. Im excited. – I was in the first one.

I loved it. There was Hubba Bubba tape, PEZ. – Theres a lot of 90s snacks that still exist. I hope Ive seen some of them before. – FBE Now, some of these snacks werent necessarily first invented in the 90s, but definitely became a popular item in the 90s and some are still seen today. – Oh, okay.

When you eat something as a kid, and then you eat it now, you remember of back– of that time back then. – Im just trying to think what would be 90s kids snacks? Peanut butter and jelly? I have no clue. – They might be really good and they might be really bad. – I feel like it has to have a lot of color and sugar and I feel like thats still true today. – FBE Here is your first 90s snack. – gasps Yes.

Ive seen those. I like this shape because it looks like a unicorn horn. – Bugles? They look like ice cream cones without the ice cream. – If you turn them like this, they look like a scary witch finger, but if you turn them like this, they kinda looks like a tornado. – blowing Ive never actually had these, but I think Ive seen a commercial for this.

Good. Kinda tastes like Fritos. – Im getting kinda corn taste. Its very, very crunchy.

These remind me of those things you usually see like decorations at a table at Thanksgiving. – Mm, these taste really good. Theyre salty, but they dont have too much of a flavor where its like crazy, exploding with different stuff. – Are these something big and Ive just been living under a rock? – FBE So, these are called Bugles. They are made in the same factory in west Chicago, Illinois until the factory was closed in 2017. These triangle shaped chips were a fun way to pretend you had long fingernails. – Well, the first thing that came to mind was a unicorn horn. Very, very odd, but kinda fun actually. – Hello.

I ate my fingernails. – This is fun. – Go like this, right? Then yeah. See, Im smart. Im a 90s kid, boom. – FBE Okay, heres your next one. – gasps Go-Gurt! – You can take them on the go and theyre yogurt. Thats why theyre called Go-Gurt. – I ate so many of these when I was younger.

Wow, so these were very popular in the 90s? – Yummy. – That was a fun experience. Its not really the factor of savor the flavor. Its the fast way of eating it. – I like it better like this because its more fun. – I really like yogurt and you dont need a spoon, so its easy to carry around with you. I remember having jokes on these. – I always just loved to read the questions and then just try to figure it out without looking at the bottom. – FBE Yogurt on the go.

They were also known as Yoplait tubes in Canada and as Frubes in the United Kingdom. – Frubes? Who came up with that? – Sounds kinda weird like fruit tube. Oh, fruit tubes. That actually doesnt sound that weird now that I actually put it together. – They should just call them Frubes everywhere.

Hey, you got a Frube here? – FBE Here is your next one. – Oh, I love these. These are my favorites. – I always see these types of snacks at school, so I mean, if snacks like these were more popular in the 90s than they are now, thats kinda crazy. – I dont really like these things that much. Is that even real cheese? Probably not. – Theyre okay. – I like the cheese more than I like the combination. – Theyre like mini breadsticks. Mini cheesy breadsticks. – They dont taste bad, but theyre not good.

These things are just really underwhelming. They dont have a flavor. Theyre just crunchy sticks.

You could at least try a little bit harder. I mean, come on. – FBE So, these are called Handi-Snacks. This was an inspiration to boost Lunchables sales. Handi-Snacks is a mass produced cheese and crackers snack that is prepared using processed cheese. – I honestly get it.

Its pretty good. It seems like it wouldnt cost a lot. Its fast. – The way its packaged is its easy to carry with you in a bag, a lunch bag. – I think that its really cool that they didnt just keep it in the 90s. I appreciate that they wanted some of the 90s snacks to come back to life. – FBE All right, lets do the next one. – gasps Gushers!

Oh my gosh. These are Gushers. Yes. – I had these before and theyre really juicy. Squeeze. – Theyre not my favorite of the fruit snacks because when you bite into them, youre like, Normal, normal. Oh my gosh, its the gushiness! – Theyre fruity, theyre yummy, and theyre sweet. – It was good, but I mean, I didnt really taste any juice come out.

It just felt like a gummy. – This tastes better than I remember. Kinda like it. – They have gel on the inside and most fruit snacks do not. – FBE So, these are called Gushers. – I havent really heard of them in such a long time. – FBE Introduced in 1991, these fruit snacks in the shape of elongated hexagonal bipyramids made primarily from sugar and fruit juice are still popular today. – All right. The idea of eating a gummy and then just having juice come out probably was unique back then. – Theres nothing really like them out there. Other stuff, you just eat it and its like, its fruit flavored. Gushers, they gush, thats their thing and its delicious. – FBE All right, lets do the last one. – Never heard of these before. – Jawbreakers?

That change colors and flavors? Ooh, sciencey. – I used to see a bunch of movies, for example, Willie Wonka. They were talking about Gobstoppers and all that and I was like, Whats a Gobstopper? – I wish they looked like the ones from the movie.

They dont look like– theyre just little round jawbreakers. – Theyre so tiny. Im gonna go for a red. Tastes like the pink flavored gum. – Im gonna do a yellow, cause I love yellow. – These are good. I dont see if theres anything really special about them, except for the name and theyre from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. – FBE So, after a while, itll change color and flavor. – Mm.

Orangey, still orangey. Its good. Its kind of yellowish orange. Takes a while to do that. – FBE What color is it now? – Red. Thats really freaky. – FBE So, these are called Gobstoppers.

A Willy Wonka inspired candy, these jawbreakers take several weeks to manufacture as the process of adding liquid sugar is repeated multiple times until it dries. – They were actually inspired by Willy Wonka. Thats pretty cool. – Oh, I love those movies. I love the original better with Gene Wilder. – FBE The term Gobstopper derives from gob, which is slang in the United Kingdom and Ireland for mouth. – I mean, its cool that it has a meaning and is not just a weird word they made up. – You wanna have a mouth stopper?

Gobstopper sounds better. – Theyre really cool, cause when you put them in your mouth and you suck a while, it changes colors and flavors and I think thats a great idea. – FBE What did you think of all these 90s snacks today? – They were all really good. I mean, theyre all sugary, they all tasted delicious and some of them, I had already eaten before. – Those people are lucky, I guess. People who got to have these a lot of the time. – They all had their own unique thing to them. They may have been popular in the 90s and had their peak of popularity back then, but I mean, I still see a lot of these today. – Thanks for watching Kids Vs. Food on the React Channel. – Dont miss out.

Be sure to Subscribe. – What food should we try next? Let us know in the comments. – Goodbye. – Whats up guys, Alyssa here, a producer from the React Channel. Thanks so much for heading back to the 90s to have some snacks with us today.

If youre here within the first 30 minutes of this episode releasing, say hi to me in the comments.

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