Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Last year, while shopping at Five Below, I ran across some fun flavored Pringles for Thanksgiving, and I brought them home as a treat for the kids. Of course they loved them! First off, Pringles are amazing, and second, Pringles combined with a delicious flavor are perfection! As a fun stocking stuffer or gift just to show you care this year, why not pick up a can or two of flavored Pringles? There are some fun flavors out there to choose from!
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So this is the flavor I found last year, and since I got them for my kids, they were nice enough to share. Roasted Turkey flavored Pringles are a win. You should definitely pick up a can for your special family or friends you celebrate Thanksgiving with!
I have not tried a Wendy’s Baconator sandwich, and I have not tried Baconator Pringles, but I’m willing to go out on a limb here and guess that they are pretty tasty. After all, bacon and anything is pretty much perfect and something I’d be willing to try. I’m guessing you have a bacon lover you know? Bet they’d love a can of these!
I am a huge fan of buffalo ranch wings, and if Pringles can taste like that, then I am in! Also, the can design is so cute, with the little boots and hat. This Buffalo Ranch Pringles ranch looks like a place I’d like to visit!
Sweet corn just sounds so much better than regular corn, and if you’ve ever compared the two side by side, then you might think they taste is better, too (I do!). Sweet Corn flavored Pringles sound nice and subtle, not over-the-top, and the perfect side-can to the roasted turkey Pringles above!
There are so many flavors of Pringles, but I’m willing to bet that ketchup lovers worldwide want to try ketchup flavored Pringles! Just look at these! It’s Pringles with ketchup, which for any ketchup lover is a dream come true. I like that these are imported from Canada. Do they not make them in America? Inquiring minds want to know!