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Heap brand curated thai spicy snacks
Heap brand snack box with spicy thai snacks

Welcome to the world of Thai cuisine, where every bite is an explosion of flavors and spices. Thai food is famous for its liberal use of chilies and bold flavors, and there’s no better way to experience this than through the delicious Thai snacks. Test your spice tolerance level with crispy chili and Tom Yum flavored chips. Then, cool down with a glass of cold chrysanthemum tea. Thai snacks are not only delicious but also a great way to introduce yourself to the world of spicy Thai food. A common word you’ll hear when visiting Thailand is เผ็ด (Phed) spicy. And if you like it extra spicy then just say “Phed Mak”.

Enjoy Spicy Thai Food!

Thai spicy potato chips in thai snack box

A popular spicy chips to test your tolerance level. The thinly sliced potato chips are fully coated with spice powder and every bites are very flavorful.

Main ingredients: potatoes, palm oil, hot chili flavoring

Allergens: wheat, soybeans

May contain: shellfish, eggs, fish, peanuts, milk, tree nit, sulfites

Crispy chili Thai snack. Original flavor with white sesame

Test your spice tolerance with this crispy chili snack. Don’t worry, it’s not as spicy as it looks.

Main ingredients: red chili, soybean oil, seasoning, corn flour, salt, white sesame

Allergens: wheat, soybeans, sesame

May contain: milk, peanuts

traditional Thai cookes made with coconut. OTOP local thai snack

◊ Special OTOP item ◊

This traditional dessert was introduced into Thailand by the Portugese back in the Ayutthaya era (12th Century). It is called ขนมผิง (Kanom Ping) in Thai meaning dessert made by resting agaisnt fire (as back then there were no ovens around!)

Main ingredients: pineapple, sugar, wheat flour, palm oil, tapioca flour

Allergens: wheat, barley, malt, soybeans

May contain:

Salt and sour tamarind flavored Thai candy

Tamarind is a tropical fruit that is very sour. Sometimes it is used as lime alternative in cooking. When eaten alone, it’s usually dipped in salt and chili powder mix to reduce the sourness.

Main ingredients: glucose syrup, sugar, vegetable fat, non-dairy creamer, vitamin C

Allergens: soybeans, milk

May contain: 

Larb spicy salad flavored biscuit stick

“Larb” is a traditional Thai dish with a great meaning of “good fortune”. It’s usually made from minced pork, chili flakes, lime juice and toasted rice powder. Varieties of herbs such as culantro, shallots and mint help spice up the dish.

Main ingredients: wheat flour, vegetable oil, larb seasoning, sugar, shortening, salt, wholewheat flour

Allergens: wheat, milk, soybeans, barley, rye, oat

May contain: peanuts, fish, shellfish

Chrysanthemum instant tea from Thailand

Cool down the heat with this herbal tea. Thai people love to have it cold but a warm tea is also soothing and calming.

Main ingredients: chrysanthemum extract, sucrose, honey


May contain:

Tom yum koong flavored potato chips. Local Thai snack

Tomyum koong, spicy prawn soup, is a popular Thai dish with the perfect blend of spicy, sweet and creamy flavors. It’s usually served in a hot pot to keep the soup hot throughout the meal.

Main ingredients: potatoes, vegetable oil, seasoning

Allergens: milk, soybeans, fish, shellfish (Contains: Phenylalanine)

May contain: –

Spicy flavored tamarind candy

This tamarind snack has 4 flavors; sour, sweet, salty and spicy! Usually tamarind has alot of seeds but this snack makes it convenient to enjoy it on-the-go.

Main ingredients: tamarind, sugar, salt, modified starch, chili


May contain: –

Spicy fish snack coated with chili sauce

Dipping sauce is an essential condiment to Thai food, especially with seafood dishes. Most dipping sauces contain chili which helps to boost the taste. Experience Thai seafood dish with this classic snack.

Main ingredients: fish meat, seasoning, sugar, tapioca starch, cuttlefish, wheat flour, salt, chili

Allergens: shellfish, soybeans, wheat, milk, corn, mustard, tree nut, eggs

May contain: 

Lotus brand hot and spicy biscuit stick Thai snack

Biscuit sticks are called “Kha Gai” (Chicken legs) as originally they were made in long and thin sticks that looked similar to chicken legs?

Main ingredients: wheat flour, sugar, palm oil, potato starch, potato, chili sauce, iodized salt, chili

Allergens: wheat, fish

May contain: –

Spicy fish snack. Thai souvenir

A popular Thai souvenir that is even quite spicy for some Thais. If it’s too spicy, try popping it into a fridge and you’ll be amazed by the new taste and texture.

Main ingredients: squid, surimi, wheat flour, tapioca stach, seasoning, sugar, salt

Allergens: fish, wheat (Contains: Phenylalanine)

May contain: –

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