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Pringles Friendsgiving Feast Kit includes turkey, duck, chicken, stuffing, pumpkin pie and cranberry sauce potato crisps. Thanks to our friends at Pringles , we were able to try the Friendsgiving Feast Kit before it hits the Kellogg’s online store. As the box suggests, we first tried the Turducken stack
If the rule of threes applies to traditions, then this year's annual release of Pringles' Thanksgiving-flavored chips officially hits tradition status. The potato crisp brand has released itsin snack food form, but with one major poultry addition to the turkey: Duck and chicken. When stacked up and eaten together that, my friends, is a chip version of a Turducken.
The Friendsgiving Feast kits, as they're called, are available online only in limited supply. But Pringles sent us one to try for ourselves and relay the results of this year's mix, which forgoes somefor the tripled amount of meat flavors. Here's what we (as in the amalgamated comments of our editors and writers) thought of Turkey, Duck, Chicken, Stuffing, Cranberry Sauce, and Pumpkin Pie Pringles and, of course, the Turducken stack:
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"Each Pringles Friendsgiving Feast Turducken Kit includes Turkey, Duck and Chicken flavored Pringles crisps that can be stacked to satisfy your "Complementing the Turducken Stack, the Friendsgiving Feast Turducken Kit also includes Cranberry Sauce, Stuffing and Pumpkin Pie flavored
Turkey: Reminds us of turkey skin specifically because of the crispy factor, with a fattier mouthfeel than the chicken flavor. There seems to be a hint of some of the stuffing herbs and spices (or standard turkey flavorings) in here, too.
Duck: Noticeably more duck-like than the other two poultry chips (it's honestly hard to put a finger on)—sort of like a gamey Chicken-in-a-Biscuit.
Chicken: Packs the most punch with spices and chicken flavor, more akin to a.
Now for the side dishes...
Stuffing: A bit like a ranch dressing-flavored with a little something extra. Celery? Onion? (For most stuffings, that would make sense!)
Cranberry Sauce: Tart and very berry-forward, which is an odd combination—actually the oddest of the bunch—with the starchy potato chips. We wanted it to taste like dipping a potato chip into cranberry sauce, but it... doesn't.
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Pringles has unveiled a seasonal food-flavored chip feast, and it's poised to replace the whole Thanksgiving spread. Two words: Turducken . They're all part of Pringles ' "Friendsgiving Feast Turducken Kit," but what kind of friend would you be offering guests who expected a hearty meal a
Yes, Pringles has announced the launch of its Turducken -flavored " Turducken Stack" just in time for the holidays. The brand tried something similar in 2017, rolling out eight Thanksgiving flavors that were served in a TV dinner-style tray. The limited-edition chips were so popular that Pringles decided
Pumpkin Pie: Another weird non-savory flavor in the mix, but this one delivers on the pumpkin pie spices as well as a rounded-out gourd flavor on the finish. (I personally thought it tasted like sweet potato pie more than pumpkin, but I was alone on this!)
But let's get to the main course/event...
Turducken Stack: When combined, the three meaty chips create almost a barbecue flavor. It's salty, a bit herbaceous, and both the duck and chicken are the most present. While it's definitely more than the sum of its parts, the individual chips are also satisfying flavors. While it might be more difficult to market turkey or duck flavors—than, say, a more familiar chicken—to the masses, the duck especially stands out as a chip we wouldn't mind having in a tube all its own.
The Pringles Friendsgiving Feast kits were available for $15.99 at the, but as of this writing, they're, sadly, sold out.
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