Discontinued Canadian snacks that will take you back to recess in the 2000s (VIDEO)

If you grew up in Canada, chances are you ate some delicious snacks in the 1990s or early 2000s that you can’t find in grocery stores anymore (or even remember what they were called! ).

On TikTok, @callmeblais did a roundup of abandoned Canadian snacks that will make you want to spend simpler days sitting in the field with your friends during recess or catching up on the latest episode of Mr. Dressup after school.

“I miss Canadian snacks,” he captioned his post.

The first is Doritos Rollitos Nacho Cheesier, which was basically a rolled up Dorito and much crispier than the original chip, followed by the much-loved Dunkaroos – although many in the comments section note that the treat is once again available in some parts. of the country.

@callmeblais

I miss Canadian snacks #tiktokcanada #discontinued #canadiansnacks #nostalgia #food #callmeblais

As for nostalgic breakfasts, he praised Kraft Bageul-fuls (a pastry very different from bagels filled with cream cheese), Yogos Bits (fruit snacks covered in yogurt) and the invention really amazing were Eggo’s French Toaster Sticks. .

As for frozen food, Nestlé’s Dibs ice cream and Bugz popsicles each had a moment to shine, followed by the monstrosity that was Kid Cuisine, a frozen dinner aimed at pre-teen palates. Yum!

As if all this food wasn’t nostalgic enough, @callmeblais also created a TikTok on TV shows from the 1990s and 2000s that will likely unlock some childhood memories.

@callmeblais

What was your favorite childhood show ⁉️ #tiktokcanada #callmeblais #2000s #90s #canadiannostalgia #canadiancheck #childhoodmemories #memories

Canadian classics like The large comfortable sofa and Mr. Dressup programs loved by children around the world, such as arthur and zoboomafoothere was nothing better than grabbing a snack and sitting on the couch for a few hours watching those programs!

It was the good old days !

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