Get your stretchy pants ready.
Thanksgiving Dinner Pringles came back, and they came in hot. The limited-edition Pringles Thanksgiving Dinner includes turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie flavors.
The other flavors of last year’s Pringles feast included cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and green bean casserole. The eight Thanksgiving flavors came in a TV-dinner style tray.
Yuvraj Arora, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Kellogg's, said. “It was so exciting to see Pringles fans’ positive reactions at last year’s launch.”
Although losing the dinner-style tray, this years launch is only releasing the three most popular flavors of the eight Thanksgiving varieties tested out last year.
The Turkey Pringles review put this can at the top of the Thanksgiving trio. It is savory and re-snackable, but it does have that chip-that-cried-roasted-meat flavor.
The Stuffing Pringles are the truest to the original Thanksgiving side dish. It is salty, and crunches with celery and sage.
The Pumpkin Pringles, which sound the most disgusting, are surprisingly pleasant. They are sweet and salty, without the “spice” of pumpkin pie.
For the bold: try all three together, and tell us what you think.
The novelty chips will be available through the Kellogg's website for a limited time beginning Nov. 6 at 11:59 p.m. A three-pack sells for $14.99, and the link to get them is here.