Sezme Sesame Snaps

Bought a new snack for cycling at REI - a box of Sezme Sesame Snaps. Just honey and toasted Sesame seeds, made with care in Poland (I'm 1/8 Polish, yeah let the jokes begin). I like the taste and the high calorie count. Ask me for a sample next time you see me.


Anonymous said...

Don't think I have tried that brand before but honey and sesame snaps are awesome! I love them but they aren't very filling so I end up eating tons of them. And the sesames break up as you eat them, making a bit of mess.

No polish jokes here - I am 1/4 polish (plus a mix of lots of other stuff - pure mutt).

mtb w

Anonymous said...

Between the fritters and these sesame snaps, you are the biking snack food king!

mtb w

Keith Moore said...

I "discovered" Sesame Snaps a couple of years ago. They've gotten me through a number of century rides. My (100% Polish) wife Kasia likes them because they remind her of childhood.

Safety Tip: Careful eating these "on the go". Inhaling those little sesame seeds is not fun.

KanyonKris said...

I don't hear Pollock jokes much these days. They were big when I was a kid. Have they gone away / out of style?

My daughter likes Chuck Norris jokes.

mtb w - "biking snack food king", eh? Not sure that's such a prestigious title.

Keith - Thanks for the testimonial and the safety warning.

Anonymous said...

Hey, Kris, thanks for leaving the tasty treat on my Jeep last night!
BTW, the other guys were about 20 minutes behind you.


Ski Bike Junkie said...

I've been snacking on those for a few years. Wonderful stuff. Not my favorite race fuel, but for long group rides, you can't beat them.