Made from peanut butter flavored-puffed maize, this puffy snack is a popular junk food in Israel. It is a unique alternative to popcorn or chips.
Belgium is known for its Belgium waffles, so it's no surprise people love to pig out on them any time of the day. They're often topped with some pretty ridiculous toppings, but this one, topped with strawberries, bananas and chocolate, looks mouth-watering.
Spam Masubi: Hawaii
Spam Masubi is found in many convenience stores across the islands. It is a piece of grilled Spam placed on top of a bed of rice and held together with seaweed. This island favorite is a far cry from the bag of chips you find at your local convenience store, but delicious to say the least.
Honey Butter Chips: Korea
This popular junk food in Korea grew so large that stores had to start limiting the number of bags people could purchase to one per customer. These honey-flavored buttery potato chips sure must be good!
Patatje Oorlog: Holland
Ditch the cheese fries because this Holland junk food favorite is even better. A bed of fries topped with onions, mayo and peanut sauce is the perfect salty combination.
This sticky favorite is a ball made from rice flower and filled with peanut powder, sesame and adzuki bean paste.
Dona Pepa: Peru
Dona Pepas are cookies that are the equivalent to Oreos in the United States. Simply a chocolate covered cookie doused in sprinkles, it's no wonder the Peruvians love to snack on them!
Fried Mars Bar: Scotland
The people of Scotland love their Fried Mars Bars, or anything fried for that matter. 'Cause what's better than a deep fried candy bar?
The buttery dough is filled with spiced chicken meat, rolled in bread crumbs and then deep-fried to perfection! Talk about a hearty appetizer!
This pizza chain isn't your typical Pizza Hut. It offers a variety of flavors including this one, Sausage Rim Bacon Potato. What better comfort food than pizza?
Nutella Snack And Drink: Italy
Your favorite Nutella snack pack to-go just took a step in the right direction. These Nutella snack packs in Italy include a pouch of iced tea as well!
Pains Au Lait: France
Pains au lait is a popular snack food for kids to munch on when they get home from school. They're simply a puffy roll that's a little less rich than brioche.
Takis sure do look a lot like Flaming Hot Cheetos! They are tiny corn taquitos that come in many flavors such as fuego hot chili pepper and lime, guacamole and crunchy fajita.