Hello and happy Saturday. A while ago, I shared with you some snacks I bought in Spain, and today I bring you another edition because my dad literally got me a suitcase full of food. This was all bought at El Corte Inglés, which is a must if you’re in Spain. You can get everything from fancy clothes and expensive perfumes to the snacks in the picture, all in the same place.
I’m not going to share the prices of what I’m featuring today because they were all presents and I just think it’s rude to see how much they cost. I will however link each product so that you can check it out for yourself. Let’s get started, shall we?
These are your basic chocolate cookies with chocolate chips. They are rectangular, so they actually look like mini toasts rather than actual cookies. I had them with almond milk and also on their own and they’re good.
These are salty and they have sunflower seeds in them. I think these were my favorite snack out of everything my dad got me, and I feel that even the two bags weren’t enough. I also think that the fact that they’re not sweet and has seeds gives the impression of being a healthier snack.
I hauled these last time and of course I got my dad to bring me more. These are really nice and I like both the flavor and the texture. Again, when I eat them I feel like I’m having something on the healthier side. Plus, they’re shaped like Hello Kitty, which makes them super cute.
You might not know this about me, but gummies are probably my favorite sweet. I especially the sugar coated ones or the ones with liquid filling. These were just the icing on the cake and the thing I didn’t share with anybody, and this time I controlled myself so I didn’t get sick afterwards. TMI?
This is the kind of thing I could sit down and eat all by myself in a matter of minutes. I adore chocolate and cookies, and both of them combined like this is just one of the reasons to believe life is beautiful. Also, isn’t Cadbury like iconic? I don’t know, but definitely was left wanting more of these.
Hello, my name is Camila and ever since I went to Mexico in 2014 I’ve been obsessed with pumpkin seeds. They’re probably a must when I go to the States, and now I know they’re also sold in Spain. You can get them in Colombia, but without the shell, which for me makes no sense whatsoever because I’m one of those people who, yes, eats the shell too.
Out of all these snacks, which would you try and why?
Love, Miss Camila