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    36 Delicious Foods And Snacks You'll Want To Order Online Right Now

    *sits next to the door with a full table setting while waiting for the delivery to arrive*

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    1. Extra-large Hi-Chew Fruit Chews in strawberry, mango, green apple, and grape flavors sure to steal your heart and become your new favorite 🍬. Buying 'em in bulk will save you a ton of cash in the long run. Trust me. ::quietly unwraps my thirtieth Hi-Chew of the day::

    reviewer photo of Hi-Chew bag placed next to a dollar bill to show how large the bag is

    Promising review: "These candies are delicious and it's easy to see why they're Japan's most popular candy. I really enjoyed sharing this candy with others to introduce them to it... but up to a point. I had to save some for myself too." β€”Rob Hollis

    Get it from Amazon for $14.90 (available in six sizes and varieties).

    2. Instant oatmeal cups that are a step above the goop you were forced to eat as a kid. No offense to Larry (yes, that's the Quaker Oats' mascot's name), but these vegan blends are gonna revolutionize your breakfast. With flavors like toasted coconut, tart cherry, and blueberry almond, you'll wonder how you ever settled for anything else.

    stack of oatmeal cups that look like ice cream pints

    Promising review: "This oatmeal is one of a kind good! My expectations before I tried one was down the middle, and when I poured the hot water and put in the microwave, the consistency was not mushy. The only comment I have about the product is that users should use more water than what's recommended on container. These are a keeper for me and I'll buy again despite that the price for six is pricey, but doable." β€”Kindle Customer

    Get a pack of six from Amazon for $15.22 (available in seven flavors).

    3. A two-pack of Medjool dates some might refer to as "nature's candy." These sweet treats taste like caramel but are high in fiber, packed with potassium (move over bananas), and have no added sugar. Also, I just wanna say that the packaging is super adorable! Not always important for snacks, but not not important, you know?,

    Promising review: "Reunited with my favorite California dates in Texas. Love the flavor, branding, and packaging. Gonna be a good day!" β€”Bailee Walker

    Get two boxes of whole or pitted dates from Amazon for $14.99.

    4. And a tasty syrup made with just dates (that's it!) to add some sweetness to your coffee, tea, breakfast, etc. Thanks, dates!

    bowl of yogurt and bananas with dark date syrup drizzled on it next to the squeeze bottle that says just date syrup

    Promising review: "I purchased this to try in a few recipes that call for brown sugar or honey. Korean-baked Gochujang chicken wings was the first recipe I tried this date syrup with; instead of three tablespoons of honey, I used one tablespoon of this syrup. It was perfect and the wings turned out DELICIOUS. I've also used a bit of this in my evening tea and it was perfect. I'm hooked on this date syrup. Pure, simple, delicious, and healthier than sugar. Happy camper!!!" β€”DVSeattle

    Get two bottles from Amazon for $14.99.

    5. Japanese Daifuku Mochi, which reviewers swear are sold at the Japan Pavilion in Epcot. These are sure to give your taste buds the thrill of their l-i-f-e: This particular kind has cream and strawberry jam filling, plus a light sprinkling of powdered sugar.,

    Promising review: "YAAAAAY! They sell these at Epcot Japan pavilion and I AM OBSESSED!!! I posted a pic on a Facebook Disney page trying to find another seller for these and thank you Amazon!!! These are huge mochi. They're super soft and mostly mochi with just a little paste in the center. The paste has a smoother texture than bean paste and a much better flavor. There's finely powdered sugar on the outside. It is a burst of flavor and delight in your mouth. SO GOOD!" β€”Andrea

    Get a pack of eight from Amazon for $7.35.

    6. Modern Table mac 'n' cheese that's such a convincing gluten-free and vegan pasta alternative, you'll wonder why you didn't make the switch sooner.

    bowl of mac and cheese

    I (Rebecca) am a huge fan of all of Modern Table's pastas! The texture is really spot on β€” really springy and chewy like perfectly cooked al dente pasta. Because it's made with rice, lentils, and peas, it doesn't have the weird flavor that most chickpea pastas have. And of course, the cheese flavor is delightful and satisfyingly cheesy. There are five flavors in the variety pack: cheddar, white cheddar Southwest, cream Alfredo, and parmesan and herb.

    Get six boxes from Amazon for $20.97.

    7. A subscription to Universal Yums, a service that will send you themed boxes of international snacks. Your taste buds are gonna be sooooo well-traveled.

    snacks from the UK in a box
    Universal Yums

    Each month, you'll get a box of snacks from a different country. You'll get to try fun new treats like fruit penguin gummies from Colombia, date jam biscuits from Egypt, and yogurt potato chips from South Korea. Just decide if you want a small (5–7), medium (10–12), or large (18–20) box of snacks.

    Get it from Universal Yums for $14.67+/month.

    8. A jar of Momofuku's famously delicious chili crunch to give all your meals an extra sizzle. Buying multiple jars is strongly recommended.

    jar of chili flake oil

    Seriously just put this stuff on everything! It just makes food taste better. This chili oil comes with seasoned salts, Mexican chilis, dried garlic, and shallots.

    Get it from Momofuku for $10.

    9. Candy Club β€” this might be the bane of your dentist's existence, but will be your favorite service of all time. Monthly candy shipments? Who are you, Willy Wonka?

    six jars of candy in a box
    Candy Club

    Each box comes with 6 or 13 containers of sweets. Their selection of options is outrageously diverse so even the pickiest sweet tooth can find something to enjoy. Personally, I'm a huge fan of the pineapple rings, sour belts, and dark chocolate mini-mels. This box makes for a great gift, but honestly you deserve this kind of joy in your life. All the candy is really fresh and unique, so you can try something you wouldn't find next to the checkout line at the grocery store.

    Get it from Candy Club for $29.99+/month.

    10. A bag of cheddar cheese powder to help you achieve the boxed mac 'n' cheese you've been craving, even if you're trying out pasta alternatives at the moment.

    bowl of really cheesy looking mac and cheese next to the bag of powdered cheese

    Other reviewers like it in their potatoes, bread, and scrambled eggs.

    Promising review: "My 6-year-old son is super picky with his mac 'n' cheese (as in, would only eat Kraft) so when he had to go gluten-free it was one of the things he missed the most. We tried all of the prepackaged gluten-free ones and he hated them. We found that he liked Barilla brand gluten-free elbow pasta so I needed to find a gluten-free cheese to go with with it. This was a hit! I mixed it with a little milk and butter, and he ate two bowls. This is real cheese, all natural ingredients and they suggest keeping it refrigerated. I'm glad we finally found a replacement for his mac 'n' cheese!" β€”Naomi A. Dejesus Howard

    Get it from Amazon for $11.95.

    11. A DIY hot pot kit with all the essentials you need to recreate the experience at home. You can add the whole kit to your cart or just pick which elements you want (things like Sichuan hot pot base, noodles, red Thai chili, baby bok choy, purple sweet potatoes, and even beef short ribs).

    all the ingredients that come in the kit

    Umamicart was co-founded by Andrea Xu who wanted to create an online Asian grocer. The brand prioritizes Asian American led businesses, immigrant-led businesses, and mom-and-pop suppliers and producers. You can find kits, pantry staples, snacks, and even fresh produce.

    Get the whole kit from Umamicart for $105.95.

    12. A Royal Dansk tin that *le gasp* is actually packed with buttery shortbread cookies as opposed to sewing supplies. Your morning coffee won't know what hit it.

    Promising review: "I remember getting these buttery cookies as a kid, but only during the holidays. The iconic blue tin, the buttery cookies in different shapes nestled in paper cups just reminds me of childhood Christmases. They taste just as I remember them, delicious, and just the right size." –JZ

    Get it from Amazon for $6.70+.

    13. A bag of chili-dusted watermelon gummies for a sweet treat with a spicy kick. I can see the commercial now: First they're sweet, then they're setting your tongue on fire.

    sticky watermelon gummies with chili powder

    Promising review: "I cannot stress this enough β€” ONE BAG IS NOT ENOUGH. The sweetness, the saltiness, the spicy!!! A trifecta of deliciousness for my tastebuds!!! I am OBSESSED with this candy. Gotta go β€” I'm on my way to buy MANY more!!! πŸ₯°" β€”Joanna

    Get it from ChiliChews for $9.99.

    14. Some vegan hot dogs and bratwursts just begging to be brought home and thrown on the grill. These plant-based, hand-rolled "sausages" are sure to be a hit with vegans and carnivores alike.

    two packs of sausages with colorful packaging
    Yeah Dawg

    Yeah Dawg is a queer-owned business run by Marino Benedetto.

    The hot dogs have a blend of beets, sweet potatoes, potatoes, carrots, sunflower seeds, gluten-free flours, herbs and spices, while the brats have chickpeas, oyster and shiitake mushrooms, sunflower seeds, potato, sweet potato, carrots, herbs and spices. Aaaand both will have your heart as soon as you taste them. <3

    Get a package of each from Yeah Dawg for $25.

    15. A colorful bag of Asheville popcorn (white cheddar and salted caramel) because who doesn't enjoy a good salt and savory combo? This particular treat comes from a small North Carolina business called Poppy and has a charming illustration by Annie Riker.

    ziploc bag with bear mountain bus cardinal and other illustrations related to asheville

    Poppy is hands-down one of the best popcorn brands out there. They have lots of unique flavors like pimento cheese, everything bagel, dark chocolate pretzel, cinnamon bourbon pecan, and more. Everything has been bursting with flavor and overwhelmingly delicious. This bag comes with nine cups of popcorn.

    Get it from Poppy $13.

    16. Loretta's NOLA gift basket, a selection sure to make your heart pitter-patter when you realize it comes with fresh pralines, decadent cookies, praline sauce, Cafe Du Monde coffee, and flavored pecans.

    the gift basket

    Psst, you can take a peek at this New Orleans guide and drool over even more curated products from small businesses ~by the bayou~. It's a great way to feel like you're traveling β€” sans airplanes and well, actually traveling.

    Get a gift basket from Loretta's starting at $39.75.

    17. No Sugar Aloud β€” a sugar- and gluten-free brownie mix that's already divvied up into baking cups for easy and fast treats that everyone can enjoy. Not everyone has the ability to whip up a single baked treat on command like Annie from Bridesmaids, even though we all wish it so.

    the cooked brownie in a tin with peanut butter and chocolate chips and peanuts on top

    They're made with Callebaut Belgian chocolate. Just add water, mix, bake, and add toppings. They're good for vegan, keto, and diabetic diets.

    Promising review: "These brownies are rich and delicious! I made two in the microwave and four in the oven so I could compare the difference. I found the microwave version to be light and airy while the oven baked version came out fudgier, which I liked. I topped my brownies with the peanut butter, chopped nuts, and chocolate chips, and it was delicious! I am watching my carb count and these really help satisfy my sweet tooth without adding carbs! I will definitely order more." β€”Michelle Griffin

    Get six from Amazon for $19.99.

    18. A Daily Harvest delivery if you often skip lunch in the name of "productivity" β€” because preparing meals in the middle of a workday feels really damn distracting. I feel that. I live that. Simply stock up on frozen flatbreads, smoothies, soups, and market bowls that are a delicious (and easy) way to get in your fruits and veggies.

    a sweet potato flatbread with kale and coriander / Via @dailyharvest

    The organic flatbread pictures above is made with sweet potato, red cabbage, kale, cauliflower, spinach, and coriander!

    Get started at Daily Harvest for about $7.99/per day.

    19. A pack of *~stuffed~* strawberry shortcake cookies reminiscent of everyone's favorite fruity ice cream pop. These things are so unfairly delicious, there's a chance you'll bite your own finger from wolfing these down so fast.

    vanilla cookies with pink centers and pink and white crumble on top
    D'vine Cookies

    D'Vine Cookies is a small business based in Detroit and founded by Rebecca Abel Buick.

    I looooooove these things and if you're a big fan of strawberry shortcake ice cream pops, you will be too. Trust me! The flavor is spot on thanks to the crumble on top and perfectly tart strawberry cream. Each cookie is individually wrapped so they stay nice and fresh, aka soft and fluffy until you're ready to enjoy. I'm not going to tell you what to do with your cookies, but I strongly advise against sharing at all costs.

    Get a pack of six from D'vine Cookies for $28.

    20. Samyang Jjajang hot chicken ramen, a delectable noodle choice boasting over 1,000 positive reviews thanks its slurpable texture, amazing flavor, and extreme heat. Some reviewers say this is a taste you'll never forget. Are you sold yet? Because... *adds to cart*

    noodles in thick bean sauce in front of the green package with chicken on it

    Promising review: "These are the BEST. They’re not at my local store so I HAD to buy them online. They have the perfect amount of heat and I am in love with the black bean flavor. If you like black bean anything, just GET THESE." β€”Lucy

    Get five packs from Amazon for $7.99 (there are other flavors, but way more expensive).

    21. A TokyoTreat box, curated snackies imported from Japan that include the likes of everything from DIY candy kits and peach parfait KitKats to ginger tempura chips and the iconic Asahi Melon cream soda.


    The classic box includes 12 full-sized items including a Japanese candy guide book, two Dagashi (popular candies), and four iconic snacks; the premium box comes stocked with 17 full-sized items.

    Get it from TokyoTreat starting at $22.50 per month.

    22. Blue Diamond gourmet almonds sprinkled with a black truffle seasoning best described as divine. These are β€” and I can't stress this enough β€” the epitome of love at first bite.

    the bag of truffle almonds

    Promising review: "My daughter gave me a bag of these almonds a few months ago. I fell in love with them. The truffle flavor is subtle, and my husband said they were a little salty, BUT THEY ARE STILL MY FAVORITE ALMOND. I also tried the rosemary, garlic, and sea salt flavors. They are all excellent. The almonds are skinless and crunchy without being hard or too dry. I already reordered all the flavors." β€”PBO

    Get it from Amazon for $5.61 (available in four flavors).

    23. A bag of brown sugar candied bacon so tasty, it'll likely haunt your dreams for weeks to come. Better stash some under your pillow for a midnight snack, just to be safe.

    jar with bacon in it

    Promising review: "This product is amazing! I have tried other brand names and they are nothing like this! The smell alone is so good. They have a nice mix of brown sugar and bacon. The meat itself is nice and tender, not dry. I like my jerky a bit juicy and this one is by far the best bacon jerky I have ever tried! I super recommend this and will be buying more as gifts!" β€”Jezrael

    Get it from Amazon for $14.97.

    24. A Cadbury chocolate box stuffed to the brim with 10 delicious, full-sized bars (including the beloved dairy milk caramel bar). Plus, they're shipped from the UK so your taste buds will feel like they're riding the tube past Big Ben with every bite.

    10 different chocolates

    Promising review: "I never knew how many different varieties Cadbury made. Each one more delicious, I can’t decide which is my favorite. It arrived earlier then stated and I was so excited to see it. Cadbury was my favorite here in the US and the English versions are even better. I already ordered another box because I absolutely love it!" β€”Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $18.52.

    25. A variety-pack of A Dozen Cousins pre-seasoned beans here to take your meal from drab to gourmet in 60 seconds or less β€” simply toss one of these bags in the microwave and voila! Dinner is served and you barely had to try.


    The variety pack includes two bags of Cuban black beans, Mexican cowboy beans, and Trini chickpea curry.

    Promising review: "Who writes a review about beans? Somebody who loves beans but had given up on them, until now. This is a great product. Canned beans from my local supermarket are always a disappointment so I stopped getting them. I don't have time to cook beans myself but A Dozen Cousins beans are fresh and taste terrific. I am trying to eat healthier and these are a great way to do that. I've been trying to avoid packaged, processed foods but the natural ingredients make these different. I can feel good about eating them. The beans are whole and not mashed up like in cans. All of the varieties are seasoned well and versatile. I've had them on their own, in salads and in wrap sandwiches. I'm really happy to have found these and hope they continue to add new flavors and products. Do yourself a favor and order some. You won't regret it." β€”Amazon Customer

    Get a pack of six from Amazon for $24.99.

    26. A necessary helping of Swedish fish for a delicious sugar fix to catapult you through yet another mid-afternoon Zoom meeting. (And an important FYI that the v. photogenic box was designed by Swedish Artist, Simon Straat.)

    the Swedish Fish candy box / Via @bonbonnyc_

    BonBon is an NYC-based candy shop that focuses on fresh Scandinavian treats that range from sweet to savory β€” think everything from strawberry marshmallows and raspberry drops to chocolate ~mushrooms~ and black licorice.

    Get it from BonBon for $7.

    27. A six-layer vanilla cake by Carlo’s Bakery (*cough* the one from Cake Boss *cough*) piled high with vanilla frosting and rainbow sprinkles for the only dessert that matters, honestly.

    the cake with rainbow sprinkles

    This 6" cake serves 6–8 people.

    Promising review: "The cake was amazing. The flavor and presentation was everything. The cake was moist with rich flavors. My boyfriend said this was the best cake he ever had and will order from you guys again." β€”Victoria P.

    Get it from Goldbelly for $69.95.

    28. A green hot sauce that harnesses the power of avocado to add a much-needed kick to your food.


    Promising review: "So good. Favorable and just a mild hot, it's really good on anything that needs a little something β€” eggs, beans and rice, etc. Not a 'hot sauce' as much as a flavor enhancer. And, name aside, not really avocado in flavor; the avocado base just provides a little creamier, smoother, richer base for the spiciness. I can see people who don't like avocados still liking this sauce." β€”Jennifer

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99 (available in jalapeΓ±o, hot, or sriracha).

    29. A pack of hazelnut chocolate cookies with actual grins on their faces. Truly a snack that smiles back.

    square sandwich cookies with smiles

    Promising review: "Happy Face cookies are tasty, chocolatey, and crunchy. I really love it with my coffee and tea. The fact that they're individually wrapped makes it easy to grab one and bring it to work as a snack. The first time I had one, seeing the smile on the cookie actually cheered me up. I didn't expect that, and it was honestly a really pleasant experience. I always buy two boxes at a time because it's more convenient and they don't seem to expire." β€”MARIAM

    Get a pack of 24 from Amazon for $11.99.

    30. Farm-fresh jams from The Grounds of Alexandria, a former Sydney pie factory converted into a bustling garden. Decadent flavors like strawberry and vanilla bean, blueberry and violet, and raspberry and rose are sure to change your breakfast toast (and life) forever.

    three jars of jam
    The Grounds

    I lugged three of these jams in my carry-on from Sydney to New York because that's how freaking delicious these jams are.

    Get it from The Grounds for $9.50 (available in three flavors).

    31. An ice cream pint from Crank & Boom, a Lexington, Kentucky-based ice cream shop started by a husband-and-wife duo. This spot ~churns~ out decadent handcrafted ice cream in ultra unique flavors β€” think blackberry and buttermilk, Bourbon and honey, and strawberry balsamic sorbet.

    a pint of blueberry lime cheesecake ice cream

    Promising review: "I live in West Palm Beach, FL and I ordered ice cream from Crank & Boom in Lexington, Ky. Six pints were delivered in a dry ice cooler on the exact day promised and the ice cream tastes just as good as when I was actually there at the ice cream shop. I will order again!" β€”Pamela H.

    Get six pints of their ice cream from Goldbelly for $99.

    32. A Bushwick Kitchen Bees Knees available in four delicious flavors β€” because you thought your meal was already good, but think again. Wildflower honey infused with extra ingredients like citrus and habanero peppers will make your tastebuds feel like they haven't been *living* until now.


    Promising review: "I've tried a lot of honey and lived in New Zealand, home to famous honeys. This is hands-down the best honey I've had. I like to have it with chevre or burrata on toast. I also like it in chai. It's a winner. Can't wait to try more Bees Knees varieties." β€”Amigurumi Gal

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99 (available in four flavors).

    33. A gift assortment of Popbar hot chocolate sticks that'll upgrade your favorite cozy beverage into something slightly more luxe than Swiss Miss (no shade to Swiss Miss).

    the Popbar hot chocolate sticks / Via @popbar

    Promising review: "Delish! Wish I had tried them earlier, before I had already bought gifts. These are so yummy and rich, you can almost use one for two cups of cocoa. I will likely get these again next year for sweet treats and holiday gifts." β€”Jane Mitchell

    Get a six-pack from Amazon for $19.99 (available in dark, milk, and white chocolate or chocolate, mocha, and peppermint. Also available in packs of 12).

    34. A delicious macaron available in variety packs *and* individual flavors, of which there are a ton: Think colorful circles inspired by animal crackers, birthday cake, cookie butter, honey lavender, and more.

    reviewer holding up macaroon / Via @makarohn

    Get them from Ma-ka-rohn starting at $1.99.

    35. The Majority Box, a curated kit of delicious foodie gifts from Black artisans based in Memphis, Tennessee. You'll get seven items (plus free Memphis swag!) that include blueberry lemongrass jam, butter cookies, blackening seasoning, and more items that are too difficult for me to write about whilst I eat this flavorless salad.

    the box of food gifts
    City Tasting Box

    Get it from City Tasting Box for $74.99.

    36. A delectable gift from Callie's Hot Little Biscuit to bring a piece of Charleston into your own kitchen. Buttermilk biscuits, sharp cheddar biscuits, toasted maple biscuits, a biscuit of the month club β€” the list goes on, as does my drool.

    hand holding biscuit with bacon and eggs inside / Via @callieshotlittlebiscuit

    Get a gift from Callie's Hot Little Biscuit starting at $10.

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