Subscription Box Try Treats from Germany #internationalsnacks #holidaygiftguide2015
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I got in my newest Try Treats Subscription Box and I decided to show everything via video rather than trying to pronounce it lol. I’ll post a list of what all is included following the video. When I saw it was from Germany, I was excited. I have an aunt from Germany (love to hear her talk) and I love everything she fixes EXCEPT turtle soup *shudders*. It’s been a few years since I was able to see her at a Ramsey reunion we had in Florida. These snacks brought back childhood memories of visiting her as a child.
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Here is what you will receive in your Treats from Germany box:
This box like all of the others was filled to the rim with goodies for everyone. There wasn’t anything that I didn’t like in this box and I dare you to try to eat just one of everything.
I’m going to start with the Hanuta Hazelnut Wafers. These wafters have a chocolate spread and hazelnuts, two of my favorite combos, and is a crunchy delicious snack.
Next up are the Pomsticks Sour Cream which I couldn’t wait to dive in to. I’m obsessed with these sour cream flavored crunchy potato sticks that are sunflower oil baked.
Talk about yummy. It’s a good thing there were, yes were, 8 Kinder Chocolate sticks in the box because we all wanted these immediately. They are individually wrapped and have a creamy milk filling. I can see why they are one of Kinders most popular snacks. They recommended to try them frozen but we were too impatient.
I knew the Smurf Gummi’s were going to be a hit with the kids, I just didn’t realize they were going to be such a hit with me as well. It didn’t take me long to bite into one. They’re raspberry flavored and since that’s one of my favorites, I had to try them. These little blue guys are Gluten free and fat free so let the kids enjoy without feeling guilty (and yourself too lol).
Are you ready to hear about the Kinder Bueno? These chocolate covered waver bars had a hazlenut cream filling and are both individually wrapped. I ate one and hid the other from the kids. I figured I’d stop a fight over who was going to get it and treat myself in the process. Can you see why I really saved the other one for myself? :)
The Choco Moo cookies have a layer of milk chocolate and are crunchy and addictive. I ate one while sipping on coffee and there’s not much, if anything, better to have with coffee or milk.
I was really impatient to try the Nic Nacs because I’ve never tried peanuts like this. They have a crispy outer shell and is really crunchy. They are amazing. I’m actually crunching on a few while I type. *crunch crunch*
Lastly are the Crunchips Paprika. As I stated in my video, I use Paprika on just about everything I cook, from potato salad to Boston butts. So, I had a pretty good idea that these would taste amazing, and they do. They are crunchy, baked in sunflower oil, have no artificial flavors and are made from potatoes grown by Lorenz.
I’ve been pushing Treats in my holiday gift guide because I believe that EVERYONE on your gift giving list would love to receive this for Christmas. Especially those that love to travel as I do and try international foods from all over. Explore Treats from different continents for yourself and I believe you’ll see why I’ve been recommending Treats so strongly. This is my 4th box and each one just seems to get better if that’s possible.