The best fairground snacks (youth sentiment!)

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You take every opportunity to go there or you cycle around it with a wide arc: the fair. But whether you like it or not, there is a chance that you will also have (good) memories of it. To the spider, the bumper cars or the camel race yes. But especially the snacks. Because snacks at the fair, that’s a big portion of youth sentiment 2.0. Exactly the reason that we have put together the best snacks of the fair.


In contrast to the German Christmas market , for example , there are no vitamins at all at the fair – well, most of them. It’s also nice to know where you stand, right? Like at the churros stall: the Spanish snack that you simply cannot not like.


wine balls

As clumsy as it is tasty: the wine ball. From those way too big that give off color and are just impossible to eat normally. What was left went home as a triumph in memory of an unforgettable fair day.

candy canes

That Old Dutch candy stall is perhaps even better than the haunted house and the roller coaster together. Both in terms of looks and assortment: the choice of candy canes and lollipops is endless. Bright pink, rainbow or the cinnamon stick again ?

Lolly Pop

Slush puppy

Of course you prefer to go to the fair on a sunny day. If you have room for even more sugars, then hurry to the slush puppy stall: the cooling drink from the fair. Also at home with the slush puppy? Here’s a recipe with gin in it .

potato twister

While sugar is the predominant factor when it comes to fairground snacks, there are some savory options out there. In addition to the well-known chip shop, we therefore sporadically head for the potato twister: a fried potato spiral on a stick, somewhere between chips and fries. Also fun to make at home .


Bouncing home? The cause is often the cotton candy. Because cotton candy and the fair are actually inextricably linked. And let’s be honest, such a sweet cloud on a stick is sometimes just very tasty. Just like this cocktail with cotton candy.


Deep fried doughnut balls

Do you always live to New Year’s Eve just because of the oliebollen? Not necessary at all. You can of course also make them yourself , but these fried dough pearls can also be found all year round at the fair. With currants or without, you can’t believe your luck at the pastry stall.

Dutch Mini Pancakes

If your village or city is blessed with a fairground of a larger size, there is often also a poffertjes restaurant. Restaurant yes, so no small stall, but poffertjes on stand, with a terrace. Will it ever be added to the World Heritage List?

Poffertjes with beer batter

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