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21 Insanely Delicious Snacks You Should Be Ordering From Amazon

You'll never be snack-a-lackin' again!

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1. This Japanese snack box ($29 for one box) so you can explore snacks beyond mochi.

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Oishii-t these look good.

Most promising review: "This family is the bomb! They are such good snack pickers! You will not regret buying a box and they're willing to take suggestions if you have a favorite snack they can buy in bulk in Japan." –Keishi2

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2. These red velvet Oreos ($3 for one pack) that absolutely need to be in your mouth.

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Oreo-ly?

Most promising review: "Someone should slap the s*** out of Oreo for making these Limited. I cant go back to regular Oreos after eating these. I have a full pack of REGULAR Oreos and haven't eaten not one. I NEED THOSE COOKIES!! AHHH! I'm addicted to them." –Roman

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3. These cheese and cracker packs ($16 for 30 packs) that you got in your lunch as a kid.

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The very same crackers you remember fromages ago.

Most promising review: "Brings back childhood memories. Just as good as I remember!" –nelliebutton

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4. This crunchy cheese snack ($14 for three packs) that is somehow gluten-free.

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You might say that the flavor is quite stellar.

Most promising review: "At first I was like 'Hell naw! Dis stale cheese!' but after getting through the first few pieces...an obsession ensued. I now scour the stores for this stuff. It's amazing." –GreenGirl

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5. Skinny Pop popcorn ($22 for 30 packs) that comes in over seven flavors.

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Simply a-maize-ing.

Most promising review:

"This popcorn with your first mouthful you think ok... But with your second mouthful you get hooked. The sunflower oil and not overbearing salt are in a perfect combination." —Way up state NewYorker

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6. This Rice Krispies Treats cereal ($8 for one box) that is entirely made of marshmallow and toasted rice clusters.

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A rice way to start off the day.

Most promising review: "Oh, the nostalgia of childhood. If you are sitting here wondering to yourself if this cereal really does taste like a bunch of crumbled up Rice Krispy Treats, then I can assure you that it does. And it's amazing. If you are looking for a healthy cereal, look somewhere else." –Mitchell A Bullock

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7. This dragon beard candy ($10 for two boxes) that is made by stretching honey into thin strands and wrapping it around a filling.

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Try it to see wyvern you like it or not.

Most promising review: "These are delicious and taste best chilled, so refrigerate them and then wait. They are very fresh tasting, crisp and refreshing. The mixture inside is very flavorful and has a nice crunch. This treat reminds me of being in Hong Kong, and I am glad Amazon now has these fantastic sweets." –Jonathan

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8. These green tea Kit Kats ($6 for a one bag) that will ruin you for other flavors.

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Tea-licious!

Most promising review:

"Hands down my favorite flavor of Kit-Kat; they're the perfect balance between sweet and the more rich & complex matcha flavor. I've missed them ever since I moved back to the States from Japan. I didn't mind shelling out a little extra for these, and they were the real deal."—Lina H.

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9. This Crunchie bar ($5 for six bars) that has a crunchy honeycomb center.

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Raising the bar on candy everywhere.

Most promising review:

"Crunchies are the absolute best candy bars. Why they are not sold in the US is very puzzling to me. With all the crap candy bars here in the states, it seems like Crunchie Bars would 'clean up.'"—127.0.0.1

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10. This box of stroopwaffels ($7 for a box of eight) to warm on top of your morning tea.

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Not a waffle way to start the day.

Most promising review:

"Tried a couple brands, these nail it as far as taste, freshness, & even price. As a true Dutch woman, that's a high compliment for the traditional favorite cookie of Holland! They're even the true correct size to rest atop a tea or coffee cup - not all of them are!" —Joanna

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11. This bag of dark chocolate with pomegranate filling ($19 for a two pound bag) that strains your self-control.

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Help your dreams come to fruition.

Most promising review:

"I've yet to run into a product where, after sampling, I'm asked to go buy more for the office multiple months later. Add to that the borderline health benefits that come from the dark chocolate and fruit filling, and you have the best of both worlds." —Amazon Customer

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12. These Parmesan cheese crisps ($15 for one bag) that are perfect for low-carb diets.

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It's grate for you!

Most promising review:

"Yum!! I've been addicted to the Parmesan Mr. Cheezo's for a year now, and haven't been able to find Whisps locally, so I finally broke down and ordered a bag. I'm very glad I did. They are super-delicious, and everyone who's tried a few out of my bag has loved them." —RobynB

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13. These chocolate banana Pocky sticks ($18 for a pack of 10) that'll you'll love a bunch.

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These are certainly a-peel-ing.

Most promising review:

"I can't stop eating these things. They're so good. The banana coating reminds me of banana Moon pies." —C Miller

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14. This candied bacon ($7 for one bag) is the best of savory, sweet snacks.

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So that you can literally bring home the bacon.

Most promising review:

"Unbelievably good - it really is bacon candy. Good thing it's so expensive, or I'd be buying it by the case. Sweet, sugary coating on top of thick slices of bacon (about 6 in the package). I will definitely be reordering, and will keep it in my house as a special treat." —QueenMom

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15. This nutty trail mix ($7 for one bag) is like eating a deconstructed macaroon.

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At least it won't cost you an almond a leg.

Most promising review:

"I love this fruit, nut, and coconut mix. I put in my plain yogurt with a little honey and it tastes fantastic. It is also a very satisfying snack when you're on the go."—Sue D

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16. These crunchy rice rollers ($12 for a pack of four).

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Enjoy a snack without all the sacri-rices.

Most promising review:

"These Bamboo Lane Crunchy Rice Rollers are just the treat for me. They come 8 rice rolls to a package, and 4 packages in total. They have a nice light, crunchy taste which satisfies any hunger pains I might have." —prisrob

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17. These potato chips in the shape of fries ($19 for 10 packs) that are made from Hokkaido potatoes.

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Puns so bad I'm starting to spud-er.

Most promising review:

"These things are delicious, and hard to find outside of Japan. Basically it's a potato chip in the shape of a fry. But they use some special Hokkaido potatoes that are more potato-y. Special sea salt too if memory serves. And they taste like a fry as opposed to a chip." —Hipster-Doofus

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18. This crunchy peanut snack ($20 for a pack of 24) that even babies can enjoy.

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You can't nut eat them.

Most promising review:

"Bamba is like a peanut butter cheese curl without the cheese. The taste is great and they don't taste salty or oily. They crush up nicely so even my baby was able to safely eat them, which was why I originally purchased them." —Practical Mama

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19. This snack sampler kit ($20 per box) that has over 40 different treats.

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Seems like a sweet deal.

Most promising review:

"This is so cool. I love the idea of making the outer box look like an emergency kit. A snacking emergency. This makes an awesome gift. This pack is also great to take on road trips. All the snacks come in a sturdy box with a flap lip that can be closed securely. It is very convenient to just leave all the snacks in there and grab them as needed."—stargazer

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20. This oatmeal fruit pouch ($15 for a six pack) that's gluten-free, non-GMO, kosher, and vegan.

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The flavor is oat of this world.

Most promising review:

"You know something is awesome when you keep squeezing the pouch at the ending hoping a little sliver more will come out: welcome to the Munk Pack pouches! I tried them for the first time last month and can't get enough." —Marc M.

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21. These chocolate Milano cookies ($9 for 20 two-piece packs) that will always be remembered.

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Eat too many and you might be feeling crumb-y.

Most promising review:

"I bought these for our dorm to share. All the girls love the dark chocolate and the thin crispy cookie! They come packaged in single servings of two each. Great for on the go and they stay fresh longer. Not that they'll last that long in the dorm!" —Penny Sanjabi

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