Will you be trying these new turducken flavored chips from Pringles? Even better, these turducken chips aren’t the only Thanksgiving holiday-inspired flavors – they’re part of a “Friendsgiving Turkducken Kit” that Pringles is releasing just for the holidays, that features additional flavors.
Whether your favorite Thanksgiving dish is pumpkin pie, stuffing or cranberry sauce, Pringles has you covered. We’ll explain how to get them before they sell out!
Where to Buy Pringles Friendsgiving Turducken Kit
The best part about this Pringles Turducken kit is that you can buy it from the comfort of your own home, from the Kellogg’s store website. It goes on sale tomorrow, on November 7th, so you might want to set a reminder… right about now.
This isn’t the first time that Pringles has released a Thanksgiving-themed chip set. Last year in 2018, they released their “Thanksgiving Dinner” kit for $14.99, which included a mashed potato chip. In 2017, they offered creamed corn, mac n’ cheese, pumpkin pie, and green bean casserole.
If there’s a flavor you missed, check out these other chip flavors that Pringles has introduced in the past…
Craziest Holiday Pringles Flavors from the Past
Once you pop, the fun definitely doesn’t stop when you consider these past flavors that Pringles has offered to their customers. Which one would you be most willing to try, if they happened to bring it back?
White Chocolate Peppermint Pringles
This is an amazing flavor combination when it comes to lattes and hot cocoa, but I’m not so sure about a peppermint-flavored potato chip.
Cinnamon and Sugar Pringles
Sign me up for this one! Just imagine dipping this into a nice side of frosting. Yum.
Pecan Pie Pringles
If you get the hankering for a side of pecan pie, Pringles apparently has you covered.
Prawn Cocktail Pringles
I guess if you don’t personally enjoy this flavor, your cats might.
This one sounds like an acquired taste, but I’m not so sure that most would ever actually acquire it.
I’ve gotta say… if it were up to me, the Cinnamon and Sugar, and Pecan Pie Pringles sound like they’d be pretty hard to mess up. I’ll wait until I get a chance to try the turducken chips before I make a final decision, however.