Trix Swirls, Reese's Puffs, & More '90s Cereals You Can Still Get Today

It was the best decade to be a kid.

Richard Levine / Contributor

Slap bracelets, crimped hair, and body glitter went out with the 20th century, but these nostalgic cereals are still around for your inner '90s kid.

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Oreo O’s were the cereal that made it feel like you were just dipping some Oreos into milk — what a perfect breakfast. These bad boys were around for 10 years until they were discontinued in 2007. Luckily for us all, they came back 10 years later.

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French Toast Crunch is still a breakfast staple, but you probably forgot these were introduced in the ‘90s. Mini French Toast covered in milk is almost better than the real thing.

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It may have been a while since you’ve had Berry Berry Kix, and if you're craving a reunion, the cereal is as fruity and flavorful as ever; plus, the box has adorable Paw Patrol characters on it these days.

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Reese’s Puffs made it possible to eat your favorite candy for breakfast, and we are forever grateful for that.

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Who knew that TikTok's “tiny Pop Tarts cereal trend” started in the '90s? You can skip all the baking (aka the toaster) and get straight to eating.

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Corn Pops Breakfast Cereal

Nothing tastes quite like nostalgia like Kellogg's Corn Pops. The great thing is that they taste like the present too.

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Silly Rabbit, Trix are for kids! Says who! Once a '90s kid, always a '90s kid.

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