Remembering The Discontinued 90S Ice Cream

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The 90s was a decade of many things, including fashion, music, and of course, ice cream. Back in the day, there were countless ice cream flavors that made it to the shelves of our favorite grocery stores, but unfortunately, some of them were discontinued. In this article, we will take a trip down memory lane and reminisce about some of the most beloved, yet discontinued 90s ice cream flavors.

The Famous Flavors

One of the most famous discontinued flavors was the Dunkaroos ice cream. Kids in the 90s loved Dunkaroos, and when the ice cream version was released, it was an instant hit. Unfortunately, it was only available for a short period of time. Another popular flavor of the time was the Cereal Killer ice cream, which was a mix of cereal and ice cream. It was a great way to start your day with a sweet treat.

Other famous flavors included the Oreo Cookies and Cream, which is still available in some places, but the original 90s version was better. The Nestle Wonder Ball ice cream was another favorite. It was a combination of vanilla ice cream, chocolate chips, and a surprise gumball in the center.

The Not-So-Popular Flavors

While some flavors were a hit, others were not as popular. The Bubble Tape gum-flavored ice cream was one such flavor. It was a great idea in theory, but the execution was not quite right. The same goes for the Bubble Yum gum-flavored ice cream.

Another not-so-popular flavor was the PB Max ice cream. It was a peanut butter and chocolate ice cream that was too rich for some people’s taste. The same goes for the Hershey’s Cookies and Mint ice cream, which was a combination of chocolate and mint that didn’t quite hit the spot.


In conclusion, the 90s was a great time for ice cream lovers. While some flavors have stood the test of time, others have unfortunately been discontinued. However, we will always remember the flavors that made our childhoods so sweet.