10 geeky snacks you can buy right in stores or online to fill up your fandom appetite
Everyone has those days where they wish they could eat something more exciting than the regular, bland food they usually eat. But why be like the rest when you have these fantastic and fun treats that speaks to your inner love of all things super heroes, star wars, Harry Potter, or even Monty Python? All of these treats are ready to buy either in stores or online. No prepping, no cooking, just good ol’ fashion buy and eat! Stock up for binge watching your favorite show or pack some of these for a delicious lunch. It’s all up to you how you want to eat these geeky treats!
Spider-Man string cheese
I couldn’t believe my eyes when I was walking down the aisle of the grocery store and this caught my eye. Let your friends see who the real hero is when you pull one of these out of your lunch box.
You can find grab this snack at select stores.
Star Wars Lightsaber Ice Pops
Could there possibly be a better way to spend the hot summer days than with these Star Wars freeze pops? You can even collect all 8 bookmarks on each box!
You can find these freeze pops in stores or on Flavor Ice‘s online store for $2.89.
Star Wars Macaroni & Cheese
Who could possibly go back to eating regular Macaroni when you can eat ones shaped as you favorite characters? If your itching for a challenge go grab some lighsaber chopsticks and dig in!
You can find this delicious and cheese at select stores or on Kraft‘s Amazon for $3.60
These delicious Ghostbusters drinks were a hit point of nostalgia for many fans, and now they’re back with the awakening of a new Ghost buster movie.
Another Ghostbuster treat, these “key lime slime” Twinkies are sure to be a steal for Twinkie and Ghostbuster fans alike. We’re not surprised this certain treat was picked to play a promotion part, as the Twinkie actually held it’s own little scene in the first Ghostbuster film where Dr. Egon Spengler used it to scale the psychokinetic energy in the New York area.
Just don’t forget to act fast as they are limited edition. With how fast the Ecto Coolers are running out, you may want to grab yours soon! You can grab them at select stores ($4) or second hand on ebay for around $10-$20.
Ever wish you could eat the candy and snacks you see in your favorite anime? Well, now you can with Sushi Noms! While being located in the UK they ship world wide so you can get treat like Pocky, Ramune, Japanese Kit-Kats, and bundles of different snacks.
Harry Potter Bertie Botts Every Flavour Beans
Many of of us remember these from our childhood. Who could forget flavors such as vomit and rotten eggs? These colorful treats will either give you a delicious taste or one reminiscent of Voldemort.
You can get these jelly beans online at Jellybelly‘s site for $2.25.
Candy LEGO Blocks
Who says you can’t play with your food? With these lego-like candy blocks it makes it a lot easier to! They’re a perfect treat for any kids needing something gluten free, Peanut free, Tree Nut free, and/or vegan. Better yet, it comes in a 2 lb bag, so there will be some to play with for a while (unless your planning on building something awesomely big).
Go order them now over at Black Tie Mercantile‘s Amazon for $14.
Monty Python’s Wafer Thin Mints
Coming right from a classic Monty Python scene, these mints are the best after a nice, big meal. Dont worry if you’re too stuffed, “it’s only a tiny, little, thin one.”
Find them over at ThinkGeek‘s site for $6.99 – $10.99.
Justice League Poptarts
If you’re tired of the same ol’ boring poptarts then you’re in luck! These poptarts star some of your favorite superheros to save your breakfast! With heroes such as Batman, Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Cyborg, and Aqua Man these poptarts are sure to pack a punch.
Find them over at Kellogg‘s Amazon for $19.48.
All of these amazing treats are sure to bring a smile to you or a child’s face. How could anyone give up the opportunity to incorporate their geek pride or fandom love into their daily snacks and meals? Tell us your favorite geek snack, listed or not, in the comment or on our Twitter/Facebook!