Taste test: This "new product" containing six single-serving packs of Pringles was purely a marketing ploy, as Pringles already made individual serving size packages in little plastic containers.
But if you look at the nutritional information on those boxes, you'll find that they have 130 calories, not 100 like these. Based on the popularity of other 100-calorie packs (we love the Oreo crisp versions), I guess the good folks at the Procter & Gamble marketing department decided to bring the containers down to 100 calories. I'm not sure how many Pringles crisps they needed to remove in order to attain the magic 100 number, but there were 12 crisps inside the package I tried. 100/12 equals about 8 calories per crisp, so they probably removed 3 or 4 crisps from the other packages.
Anyway, these tasted like normal Pringles. If you like having the benefit of only eating 100 calories for a snack, grab these. Otherwise, splurge on the extra 30 calories and get 3 or 4 more crisps.
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Smell test: Smells like Pringles.
From the package: “Counting Calories? Count with Pringles!” .. “0 Cholesterol - 0g Trans Fat - 6g of Fat” ... “6 - 18g Tubs”
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This snack was discovered by Keith at Shaw's in Worcester, Massachusetts. Review published .
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