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Favourite Snacks that All Aussie Kids Loved

Snacks All Aussie Kids Love(d)

Growing up in Australia leaves a few things etched firmly into your memories. Speaking from personal experience much of this revolves around food (did someone say barbeque?!)

Sunnyboys

Favourite Snacks that All Aussie Kids Loved

These triangle shaped bad boys gave all Aussie kids life during summer. Everyone mourned the loss of Sunnyboys when they were discontinued but they always hold a special place in our hearts.

Bunnings sausages

Favourite Snacks that All Aussie Kids Loved

Sausage sizzles were the best way to fundraise (and bond) with your local sporting teams. Bringing in the crowds every weekend, we will never forget the copious amounts of sausage sandwiches we consumed here.

Fairy bread

Favourite Snacks that All Aussie Kids Loved

If people complain that Australia doesn’t have class, then they clearly haven’t had fairy bread. Butter on bread with rainbow sprinkles look pretty and even better- are loaded with sugary goodness. Snacks for a 10th birthday party?! How about for my 21st.

Ring pops

Favourite Snacks that All Aussie Kids Loved

If you were in primary school and wanted to marry your girlfriend/ boyfriend, this ring was the way to do it. A ring pop with complementary sherbert was the sure way to your S.O’s heart.

Spiders

Favourite Snacks that All Aussie Kids Loved

Spiders were the go to primary school fundraising drink back in the day. Vanilla ice-cream with all types of soft drinks? What could be wrong with that?

Our answer: NOTHING.There is nothing wrong with that.

Bubble O’Bill

Favourite Snacks that All Aussie Kids Loved

You had strawberry, chocolate, and caramel ice cream all rolled up into one ice-cream which was topped off by a gum-ball nose. Best to eat after a Saturday match these made us feel badass every time.

Roll-ups

Favourite Snacks that All Aussie Kids Loved

As much as these roll-ups were tasty, it was impossible to eat them without getting your hands sticky. You could roll these up into all types of funky shapes and compete with your friends about whose roll-up looked the wackiest.

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