Chilean Food & Candy Review!

The following pictures are just a few candies & snacks(street foods) that I tried while I lived in Chile, and I just wanted to share/review them. So, here they are:

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Suny – A soft candy, toffee / caramel flavoured fudge.
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Frugelé – Soft fruit flavoured, gummy candies with a sugar coating.
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Guagüitas – A type of marshmallow mixed with a gummy candy. FUN FACT : “guagüitas” means “babies” in Spanish.
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Amberries – Rasberry and Blackberry flavoured gummy candies with a sugar coating.
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Chubi – Similar to M&Ms, with a very different flavour (they have a stronger cocoa flavour).
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Hobby – Milk chocolate bar with nougat and peanut butter center.
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Super 8 – Similar to a coffee crisp bar (without the coffee flavour).
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Capri (cherry) – Milk chocolate bar with a cherry cream center.
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Capri (cocoa) – Regular milk chocolate bar.
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Mantecol – Brittle peanut butter bar, with a hint of cocoa.
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Negrita – Vanilla wafer covered with milk chocolate.
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Manjar – The Chilean Dulce De Leche (same caramel flavour, but more creamy/milky).
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Trencito – Regular solid milk chocolate bar.
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Criollitas – Sweet hard vanilla wafer cookies with sugar coating (good for tea or coffee).
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Mote Con Huesillo – Peach juice with a full peach & boiled wheat. This was one of my favourite Chilean street foods.
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Completo – Hot dog topped with diced tomatoes, mashed avocado (and your choice of ketchup, mayonnaise and/or mustard).
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Empanadas – This particular one was fried and only had cheese & shrimp. But, there’s a more popular, baked one, with ground beef, onions, an olive and an egg (& it’s delicious). Empanadas can also be baked or fried.


Thanks for reading!
I hope this post inspires you to travel & try new things on your next adventure!


-LiveForAdventure! 🙂

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