5 Unapologetically Addictive Snacks We Can’t Stop Eating

Here’s what the Weekender team reaches out for to quell those munchies

Text and photo: Samantha Francis

Addictions are hard to kick, especially when they’re of the crunchy, finger-licking variety.

Here are five snacks that have secured places in our hearts and on our office desks.

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1. Like grilled corn but better, the Sapporo Okaki Oh! Yakitokibi ($13.61) combines naturally dried corn kernels with rice crackers, coating them in a delicious soy sauce.

Available at global.rakuten.com/en/store/hokkaido-omiyage.

 

2. Similar to its Korean counterpart, Calbee Honey Butter Chips ($5 for 3 packs) are slightly cheaper but equally moreish, with a nice crunchy texture and buttery aroma.

Available at Choco Express.

 

3. Produced by Korean company Haitai, the savoury-sweet and very addictive Honey Tong Tong ($2.60) comes with puffy triangular shaped crisps.

Available at Shine Korea Supermarket

 

4. Nutella & Go! ($2.75) is small, compact and can be stashed in your bag in case of hunger pangs. Plus, who can resist the smooth hazelnut spread and crunchy bread sticks?

Available at 7-Eleven and major supermarkets

 

5. Like grilled corn but better, the Sapporo Okaki Oh! Yakitokibi ($13.61) combines naturally dried corn kernels with rice crackers, coating them in a delicious soy sauce.

Available at global.rakuten.com/en/store/hokkaido-omiyage.

 

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of Weekender, Issue 156, July 8 – July 21, 2016, with the headline ‘Snack attack!’.

 

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