Popularized by the comedian "Weird Al" Yankovic, this unusual combination of a Twinkie filled with a hot dog was a novelty food item in the 1970s. It is no longer commonly found.
Introduced in the 1990s, Crystal Pepsi was a clear cola beverage that gained attention for its transparent appearance. Despite initial popularity, it was eventually discontinued.
Surge was a citrus-flavored soft drink that was introduced by Coca-Cola in the 1990s. Although it was discontinued in the United States, it made a comeback in limited quantities in recent years.
Hydrox was a brand of sandwich cookies that predates the more well-known Oreo. While Hydrox cookies were once widely available, their popularity declined, and they became increasingly rare before being relaunched in recent years.
Carnation Breakfast Bars were a convenient breakfast option in the 1970s and 1980s. These bars came in various flavors and provided a quick and easy way to start the day. They have since been discontinued.
Jell-O 1-2-3 was a gelatin dessert that promised to separate into three layers gelatin on top, a creamy mousse-like layer in the middle, and a Jell-O layer at the bottom. It was a popular dessert in the 1980s but is no longer produced.
Planters Cheez Balls were bite-sized, cheese-flavored snacks that were immensely popular in the 1990s. After being discontinued for a period, they were brought back temporarily in response to high demand.
Life Savers Holes were tiny, ring-shaped candies that came in a variety of fruit flavors. They were introduced in the 1990s as a spin-off of the classic Life Savers candy but are no longer available.