Pringles Roasted Turkey
Taste test: These chips promised to put everyone's favorite Thanksgiving dinner entree into a Pringle, but they looked mostly like plain Pringles, with a pale yellow color, plus some very sparse, very small seasoning bits with darker colors.
We crunched in to find the usual Pringles crunch and a flavor that had a good resemblance to turkey meat (like some dry white meat). At times it seemed like the flavor was indistinguishable between chicken and turkey, but at others it did say turkey more strongly, with hints of gravy as well.
We've seen turkey chips in past years from Lay's, 7-Eleven and Boulder Canyon, and they all really tasted like turkey — someday, maybe we can skip the hours of cooking a turkey and just eat the chips.
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Smell test: Fairly mild, but it does smell like turkey with some gravy.
From the package: “Limited edition!” ... “About 6 servings per container Serving size About 15 crisps (1 oz/28g)”
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Categories for this snack:
- All Pringles (146 snacks)
- Potato Crisps (414 snacks)
- Limited Editions (409 snacks)
- Snacks in Cans (293 snacks)
- Turkey Snacks (14 snacks)
This snack was discovered at Shaw's at Boston University. Review published .
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