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  • Everyone, I'm Rebecca and welcome to watch Mojo.

  • Today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 cartoon character snacks that bring us back to our childhood pasta.

  • It's not just a meal, it's an adventure.

  • Garfield Fruit Snacks.

  • Great tasting.

  • Hey, good looking thing from for For this list, we'll be looking at foods inspired by animated properties that leave us feeling nostalgic.

  • Which of these do you have a hankering for right now?

  • Be sure to let us know in the comments.

  • Alright, let's dig in.

  • What one fruit roll ups where we roll out with number 10 Tiny Toons cereal is a tie in with the zany nineties animated Siri's This Quaker breakfast cereal surely made for plenty of Saturday morning meal spent in front of the tube.

  • Presented by Steven Spielberg, Tiny Toon Adventures saw a new generation of cartoon characters attend Acme Acres University, where they sat under the learning tree of past Looney Tunes favorites Welcome Toe, Let Me Luna, Vice City Institute of Higher Lining and Lower Comedy.

  • Given that the show was defined by its energy and vibrance.

  • The serial, a mix of rice, corn and oats shaped into beige letters, admittedly felt a little uninspired.

  • But with Babs and Buster on the box, we are just happy to be eating in such great company, right?

  • Okay, Number nine, SpongeBob Popsicle.

  • I'm cool.

  • Thes popular frozen treats, also known as sponge pickles, are made to resemble a certain square pants wearing sea sponge.

  • Well, for the most part, anyway, you see, while it has a tasty fruit punch and cotton candy flavor, the frozen treat is perhaps most remembered for its comical deformities.

  • Boy cried, fighting to makes me hungry.

  • And this yellow Popsicle it's a spot.

  • Okay, good luck with all that, Patrick, and I guess I'll see you later, whether it's the result of being left in the sun too long or a manufacturer's error.

  • The SpongeBob Popsicles, droopy features and altered I placements have become ultimate meme fodder.

  • But honestly, that's all part of the fun.

  • You can still find these frozen treats in many ice cream trucks, so who knows which version of our sponge buddy you'll unwrap?

  • Please do not land flying ice cream trucks on the bay.

  • There's oh number eight Dark wing duck fruit snacks from Garfield to Tom and Jerry.

  • It seems that just about every popular cartoon has joined the fruit snack market at one point or another.

  • But of all the animated themed gummies that made their way into school lunch boxes, it's dark wing ducks, real fruit snacks that reigns supreme.

  • Drastic times call for drastic action from Fruit Parade Thes bite sized treats came in the shape of various characters from The Blood Disney Siri's, which followed a bumbling superhero as he fights crime with the aid of his feisty daughter and trustee pilot.

  • Given the shows ever growing cult status, we better return of these chewy mallard delights would be a welcome one.

  • It's much too dangerous out there.

  • I better keep you close.

  • Thanks Darkling number seven Scooby Snacks.

  • Would you come with us for a Scooby snack?

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  • Jinkies.

  • There is perhaps no fictional food item more famous than Scooby Snacks, the incentive treat of choice for everyone's favorite mystery solving canine.

  • In fact, the animated delicacy has been a constant feature in the many Scooby Doo related Siri's and films released over his 50 plus years of history.

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  • So there's really no wonder as to why the snack made the leap from screen to store shelves.

  • Of the many variations to hit the market, the Scooby Doo Keebler baked graham cracker cookies are perhaps the product remembered most fondly.

  • That mix of honey and cinnamon crunch has satisfied many kids.

  • Appetite.

  • No mystery here, gang.

  • These biscuits are Scooby Dooby, scrumptious number six Shrek Twinkies.

  • Olders are like onions.

  • They stay.

  • Yes, No.

  • OK, so not all cartoon theme snacks are equal on the appetizing scale.

  • Unfortunately for these Shrek Twinkies, the green icing filling made for a shall we say, unsettling visual.

  • But this 2001 cross promotional item apparently went over well enough with junk food consumers as they would go on to make a return just three years later for Shrek two.

  • Now that's the stuff hostess.

  • And while the big green guy has seen his noggin on everything from waffles to marshmallow bites, it's this striking take on the classic Twinkie that conjures up the most youthful recollections.

  • It seemed that kids weren't really thrown by that ogre green creamy filling after all, Number five Popeye candy sticks just a flick of risk that a candy staple for multiple generations, Popeye sticks are timeless.

  • You'd be hard pressed to find someone who hasn't indulged in these crunchy sugar sticks in association with the vintage cartoon.

  • These Popeye treats actually started out by being marketed as tasty candy cigarettes and were sold with red tips.

  • Yep, kids of bygone eras could pretend to smoke away using these faux cities before chomping down on them.

  • Hey, watch it, Muskal head for obvious reasons.

  • They were later renamed candy Sticks and have their red tips removed, regardless of its smoky past.

  • You can't deny that Popeye sticks make for a truly retro treat.

  • Takes care of when your plays and has fun the safe way, says Pop.

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  • Number four X Men Pasta New from Chef Boyardee, All your favorite X man in pasta shapes and excellent sauce.

  • Four kids of the early nineties There was perhaps no better tasting pasta than the ones shaped like mutant superheroes.

  • Chef Boyardee is tomato and cheese flavored.

  • Expand pasta soared in popularity right alongside the much lauded animated series of the time.

  • Why not ask her?

  • They're asked.

  • You're nice The celebrated X cartoon was a true translation of the Marvel books, mixing faithful adaptations of iconic stories with exciting new journeys.

  • So naturally hungry youngsters jumped at the chance to take their favorite heroes with them to the kitchen table, from page to screen to spoon.

  • This was more than a meal.

  • It was an adventure.

  • New expense.

  • Pasta.

  • It's not just a meal, it's not.

  • Adventure number three Smurf Berry Crunch cereal That fruity cereal with marshmallows scars will be marshmallow in mine.

  • God, given the perfect pairing of cartoons and cereal, it's no wonder the lovable mushroom dwelling Smurfs got in on the breakfast craze of the early eighties from post cereal thes, brightly decorated boxes provided a delicious offering of Barry Crunch goodness.

  • Composed of fruity sweetened corn, oats and wheat.

  • The serial was given a very red and smurfy blue color.

  • Kids apparently couldn't get enough as a second Smurf cereal would be introduced by the end of the decade, this time adding marshmallows to the mix.

  • New Smurf magic Very cereal.

  • Part of this nutritious breakfast.

  • Perhaps the only thing more memorable than the serial itself was the TV ads.

  • Jolly jingle What do we do with all this delicious Smith Very club.

  • Beat it.

  • Of course, we're very crunch.

  • A very smurfy part of this nutritious breakfast number two teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles pies here was a surprise with with teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles mania running wild in the late eighties and early nineties.

  • Ah, busload of food tie ins followed suit.

  • So with the likes of hero shaped pasta and Ninja Net cereal, kids of the time had no shortage of turtle endorsed snacks to choose from.

  • But there was one sweet treat that proved to be the most radical hostess teenage mutant Ninja turtles pies we owe.

  • You know, the packaging alone is enough to strike up some bodacious nostalgia.

  • As for the green glazed pie crust and vanilla pudding power treat inside, the advertisements promised they were quote fresh from the sewer.

  • How unsanitary.

  • But kids loved everything about it s o missing the candy of your youth.

  • Yet we've got a few honorable mentions to snack through before we get to our number one pick.

  • So you'll probably be even hungrier by the end of this list.

  • Scooby Doo fruit snacks, Scooby Doo fruit snacks free with two tokens from specially marked boxes of French toast crunch 00 and Scooby Doo to Pokemon.

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  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

  • Many pizza slices, Nickelodeon cartoon fruit roll ups, Nickelodeon.

  • Feel Out, Ram Still be dug and more Nickelodeon characters now on fruit roll ups.

  • What fun fruit roll ups where we roll out with street sharks, pasta.

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  • Number one Flintstones Push ups.

  • It takes a dinosaur to bring you a taste this big for a family from the Stone Age.

  • The Flintstones.

  • Sure, our marketing savvy.

  • Over the decades, the endearing bedrock residents have let their likeness too many items, with more than a few falling under the snack category of the bunch.

  • It's the prehistoric gangs version of push pops that will surely send tongues into a tailspin of tasty remembrance.

  • A thes colorful Sherbert Pushups came in some pretty unique flavors.

  • The likes of lime rock, lime raspberry rubble and cave Kid cherry.

  • They even released a version of these cool treats with nerds candy inside and to that yabba dabba delish place.

  • Those workshops e can't believe they made me say yabba dabba delish.

  • But anyway, isn't marketing to kids effective?

  • We're still talking about it.

  • So which of these snacks did you most snack on as a kitty?

  • Be sure to let us know in the comments.

  • Or let's talk about it on Twitter or Instagram at Rebecca Britain or on my YouTube channel E.

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Top 10 Cartoon Character Snacks That Take Us Back

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/25
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