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8 Fun Junk Food and Snack Finds Available in Metro Manila

These snacks are perfect for a lazy weekend!

Did you have a busy week? Whether you’re planning for your two-day break this weekend to be filled with binge-watching, gaming, or virtually getting together with the squad, such activities will surely be more delightful with some snacks by your side!

And if you’re tired of the usual treats you always grab at the supermarket, this list is for you! We’ve rounded up some snacks around the metro that will add flair to your snack time!

No Brand Ramen Snack

No Brand offers you ramen minus the broth, the mix-ins, and the cooking! Yes, you can snack on these noodles straight out of the bag. Be sure to crush it though after opening the bag for easier snacking. A 250g bag of this raw noodle snack is available for P96.50 at the No Brand website. You can also visit their branches at Robinsons Galleria Ortigas, Robinsons Magnolia, Robinsons Galleria South, and Ayala Circuit.

Photo: No Brand website

Ri-O Nori Wasabi Seaweed Snack

If you love munching on spicy foods, this Nori Wasabi Seaweed snack is for you! This baked, crispy delight combines the hotness of wasabi and the saltiness of seaweed to bring you one savory snack. It is available at Landers, with a price of P68.75 on their website.

Photo: Landers website

Herr’s Bacon Cheddar Cheese Curls

This crunchy cheese curls from Herr’s fuses the sharp tang of fresh cheddar with the savory flavor of smokehouse bacon! So if you’re looking for that bingeable snack to go with your binge-watch sesh, Herr’s Bacon Cheddar Cheese Curls is definitely worth checking out. It is also available at Landers with a price of P138.75 for a 198.5g pack.

Photo: Landers website

Pik-Nik Sriracha Ranch Potato Chips

Pik-Nik also offers a combo of blazing Sriracha and creamy ranch through their potato chips. Besides its delicious kicking flavor, this snack is also gluten-free and trans-fat free! You can grab this snackable treat via Landers, with a price of P129.75 for a 170g bag.

Photo: Landers website

Founding Farmers Okra Crisps

If you’re a bit conscious when eating junk foods, you should try the Okra Veggie Crisps of Founding Farmers. Made with 100% okra veggies, this delicious snack has no preservatives or artificial flavors. It is also gluten-free and dairy-free with zero cholesterol and trans-fat. It is also available online via BeautyMNL and Landers.

Photo: Landers website

Doowee Donut Delectables Purple Yam

The Doowee Donuts from our school days got an upgrade with Doowee Donut Delectables, adding indulgence to the snacks we know and love. A must-try flavor is its Purple Yam variant, which is a donut with purple yam coating and sweet coconut filling. It is also available in Choco Mallow. You can find this on groceries or via the Rebisco shops on Shopee and Lazada.

Photo: Rebisco on Shopee

Dutch Mill Soy Secretz Sweet Corn

This drink allows you to enjoy a refreshing serving of soy milk with just a few steps to your fridge! Not only does this Dutch Mill drink offer sweet corn goodness, it also boasts of its health benefits including Lutein which can help protect our eyes and vision especially now that we are mostly in front of gadgets. It also comes in Japanese Rice and Chocolate Hazelnut flavors for only P20 per 230mL pack.

Photo: Dutch Mill Soy Secretz on Facebook

Chocnut Spread

If you’re preparing sandwiches on your next snack time, skip the Nutella and give this local treat a try. Chocnut Spread turns our childhood favorite into a delightful palaman! It is priced P80 for 165g and P140 for 330g. They are also offering a Premium Dark variant priced P180 for 330g. You can avail it through Amarise Sweets.

Photo: Amarise Sweets on Facebook

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Homestream images from Landers, Rebisco on Shopee, and No Brand website.

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