I didn’t get my own pictures of everything before we devoured it all, but I thought I’d share some of the junk food we found worthy enough to stuff in our already full suitcases and bring back to Germany with us.
Cheddar Jalapeño Cheetos – 2 Bags
I actually had never had these before moving to Germany. On one of our trips to the US, one of Mr. Faultier’s friends requested these specific Cheetos and we were curious why she wanted these and not Flamin’ Hot or the regular ones. So we bought our own bag to try them out, and they were delicious!
Pumpkin Spice Poptarts
I’m about as basic as they get, and I love Poptarts. Of course these were going to end up in my suitcase.
I haven’t found any candy like these in Germany, which is a shame, because they are delicous! I think something happened to our box on the journey, though, because some of the balls had become uncrispy and squished.
Correction: Mr. Faultier has informed me that you can get Maltesers in Germany. I no longer understand why we grabbed Whoppers.
Same story as the Whoppers, minus getting squished during the trip. They come pre-squished usually.
I love Hot Tamales, but, like with Whoppers and Milk Duds, there isn’t really an equivalent candy here. Don’t get me wrong, Germany has tons of great candy – hundreds of varieties of Haribo and super high quality chocolate, but sometimes I just want the movie theater junk from back home.
Don’t tell my dad (we’re a Twizzlers family), but I really like Red Vines, so I snuck a box into the house to put in my suitcase.
I guess Germans are just better bakers than Americans, because we couldn’t really find the “just add water” pancake mix. I tried to make pancakes from scratch a few times, but it just wasn’t the same. So we got two full boxes from Target to bring home with us. That’s a decent chunk of weight for our suitcases! But I think it was worth it.
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