The Caribbean has no shortage of savory dishes, including mangú, mofongo, and tostones—but it's got a sweet side, too.
Pocky snacks, which can be found online or in Japanese markets, are a movie night staple.
Tim Tams, a crunchy biscuit with a creamy center coated in milk chocolate, was launched in 1964 and captured the hearts of Australians.
Haw flakes, a traditional Chinese fruit candy, are made from the mashed fruit of the Chinese Hawthorn tree, called “haws.”
Tayto potato chips are so iconic to the Irish that they even have an amusement park in its honor, Tayto Park, now called Emerald Park
South and Central America, the Caribbean, and parts of sub-Saharan Africa often incorporate yuca frita, or fried yuca, in their daily dishes.
These sweet, savory, and semi-salty rice crackers pair perfectly well with soups, salads, dips, or on their own.