5 Best 90s Flavored Recipes

Whether you are a 90’s kid or if you just want to see how sweets tasted back then, these 5 best 90s flavored recipes will take you back in time with just one bite. If you’ve never eaten or made some of these before, fear not. The instructions are pretty simple and nothing takes too long to make. They can make a great addition to a 90s themed party, add some spooky elements to a Halloween night at home and they are even perfect for a simple get together with your friends. Ready, set go! Roll up your sleeves and let’s get started.

1. Cosmic Brownies

Best 90s Flavored Recipes

These delicious looking bits of heaven will surely be the hit of any party. They were all the rage back in the 90s and their popularity hasn’t faded away. It’s no wonder. They’re fluffy, chocolaty and simply yummy. Add 2 eggs, sugar, coffee and vanilla to some melted butter and whisk. Then together add cocoa powder and flour and bake everything for around 30 minutes. You can work with this mixture or just make your favorite brownies batch. Make sure not to forget to coat them in your ganache of choice and then sprinkle colorful M&Ms on top. Pop them in the fridge to keep them cool for your guests. The last step is to get ready to receive all the compliments.

2. Fruit Roll-Ups

Best 90s Flavored Recipes

The fruit roll ups were the must have in your lunchbox as we were growing up. Although they’ve been replaced by supermarket sweets, they’re still fun to make and even more fun to eat. You can choose almost any fruit you like and combine them after your own liking. A nice combination is mango, raspberry and apple or banana and blueberries. All you have to do is pulse your chopped up fruit in your blender until everything looks creamy and smooth. Then you can place your mixure in a cool oven so the composition can dehidrate. Keep the temperature below 170 degrees and leave it in there for at least 5 hours. After it’s cooled down you can make the rolls with wax paper.

3. Cup of dirt

Best 90s Flavored Recipes

Probably best suited for a Halloween party, these “dirt” cups are yummy, despite their looks. You can make this recipe by adding 2 cups of milk in a bowl together with a pudding mix. When everything’s well blended you can stir the whipped topping in the pudding. Then start alternating layers of crushed cookies with layers of pudding in a cup, decorating the final result with 2 gummy worms. After the cups have cooled down for about an hour in the refrigerator, they’re all ready to make some kids happy.

4. Goldfish

Best 90s Flavored Recipes

These cute looking cookies are tasty and quick to make. Start by combining 120 gr of flour with turmeric and salt in a food processor. Then follow by adding 1 cup of grated cheddar cheese and 2 tablespoons of coconut oil. Once the mixture is ready, lay it on your table and use a shaped cutter to make the fish. It will take around 10 minutes to bake the crackers and another additional 10 to let them cool before you can enjoy them.

5. Frozen Yoplait Trix Yogurt Pops

Best 90s Flavored Recipes

We’ve left the best and easiest recipe for last. This is so simple, even a kid can do it. Get your favorite flavor of Yoplait Trix Yogurt and insert a popsicle or craft stick in the yogurt. Pop it in the freezer for a couple of hours. When it’s ready, place the pop under warm water for a couple of seconds, pull it out of its container and voila! You have yourself a 90s inspired super quick dessert. You can experiment with this method by using different yogurts or even with fruit mixtures of your own.

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