How many of these Japanese snacks have you stocked up on during quarantine?
Pocky is one of the most popular Asian snacks and a favorite among people of all ages. Deriving from Japan, Pocky consists of a thin biscuit stick coated with chocolate. There are many different flavors, and some pocky are even coated with nuts. Stock up your pantry and order some now here.
2. Hello Panda
Hello Panda is another iconic Japanese snack. These little guys consists of chocolate-filled biscuits stamped with cute and iconic panda prints. The biscuits are hollow shortbread layers, and the filling includes flavors such as strawberry, vanilla, matcha, chocolate, green tea, and more. Nowadays in America, Hello Panda can also be found at your local Costco or Target. If you don’t have one near you, you can also order your Hello Panda from Amazon here.
3. Yan Yan
The last of the iconic trio of Japanese biscuit snacks is Yan Yan! These baddies consist of thick biscuit sticks paired with a creamy dip. The dip have flavors such as strawberry, chocolate, and vanilla. Get your pack of Yan Yan’s here.
Hi-Chew is a Japanese gummy candy. It has a hard surface that becomes chewy when eaten. Hi-Chews are the perfect to-go candy snack you can stuff in your bag to eat when you need a refresher. Order a pack here.
Lastly, you’re truly missing out if you’ve never tried these. Dorayaki is a popular Japanese pastry. It’s similar to two pancake-like patties filled with a variety of fillings. This pastry can include fillings such as red bean, green tea, chest nut, and chocolate. Dorayaki is the perfect snack for when you’re craving a sweet and simple pastry treat. Try a pack of dorayaki here.
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