The 9 Best Treats From Around The World, All Available On Amazon
All your new favorite treats from around the world, now available in your home.
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1. Haldiram’s Khatta Meetha from India
All the tastiest, tiniest, crunchiest little treats all together! Khatta Meetha is a sweet and spicy mix of classic snacks that shouldn't work so well together, but somehow do. There’s a little bit of everything in there: peanuts, puffed rice, crunchy peas, and dried noodle bits.
2. Tim Tams From Australia
Tim Tams are Australia’s sweet little secret. Actually, you can often find them in the international section of major grocery store chains and they’re also on Amazon, so I guess the secret’s out. They’re pretty unlike any American cookies on the market, and if you’re careful enough, you can nibble off the corners and try a Tim Tam Slam.
3. Bamba Peanut Puffs From Israel
Rumor has it that parents in Israel like to give their young ones peanut puffs to expose them to the common allergen to make sure they grow up tolerant of the little legumes. Bambas are sweet and savory at the same time and melt in your mouth is a delightful way.
4. Autumn Sweet Potato Kit-Kats From Japan
Japan is the land of unique and interesting Kit-Kat flavors, ranging from the expected flavors like matcha green tea, to the more out-there like autumn sweet potato. You might think that sounds a little too weird for your tastes, but you might be surprised. They’re sweeter and more interesting than you’d probably expect, and you’ll get through the entire bag in no time.
5. Ppushu Ppushu Noodle Snack From Korea
It seems like the rest of the world has discovered the secret of savory dried noodle snacks and I can’t wait for this trend to make it to American shores. Until the trend catches on here, there’s always these crunchy noodle treats from Korea to hold me over. It’s a little like they took a pack of ramen, smashed it up into pieces, sprinkled the dust on the bits, then gave the bag a good shake.
6. Banda de Fuego Spicy Lollipops From Mexico
It’s pretty rare to see any sweet and spicy foods here in the US, but in Mexico, the combination is all the rage amongst kids. These confounding lollipops are definitely unlike anything you’ve ever had before, and even though the flavor may seem a little overwhelming at first, it won’t take long for it to grow on you and become a favorite.
7. Salzige Heringe Salty Licorice From Germany
Black licorice is already an acquired taste for most kids in America, but kids in Europe, particularly Germany and Scandinavia, take it to the next level by dousing their black licorice treats in salt. It might not sound all that appealing, but it’s popular overseas for a reason! Just give it a try. You might be surprised.
8. Smarties From The UK
Smarties aren’t all that unusual compared to some other treats on this list, but they sure are tasty! They’re a little like M&Ms, but different enough to be interesting. The candy shell seems a bit thicker, the chocolate seems a little sweeter, and the whole presentation just seems a bit more dignified. Just like her majesty the queen.
9. Ramune Sodas from Japan
Ramune sodas are a little more interactive than other sweet fizzy drinks you’ve tried.The process of getting the bottles open is quite an ordeal. You have to use a special tool to pop a small glass marble out of the stopper at the top of the bottle, which then lands in a little chamber at the top of the bottle where it clinks around while you enjoy your drink.
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