Is it just my family that completely forgets what breakfast is on Thanksgiving day? If you ask my parents what's for breakfast they're just going to say the food will be ready any minute. C'mon, Mom. I need something to kill the pain! Can I have a roll at least? A side of mashed potatoes? No? Okay, it's fine, I'll just eat Roasted Turkey Pringles to get my stomach to stop screaming in the mean time.
Pringles released a limited edition turkey flavor. Pringles Roasted Turkey chips can be found at your local grocery stores and Amazon. I'm pretty excited about getting my own can. It's usually the aroma of the Thanksgiving turkey that gets me in the kitchen asking my mom if the food is ready yet. I'll do my family a favor this year and will stay out the kitchen. I'll be content with my turkey-flavored Pringles.
They're here just in time for Thanksgiving, but they probably won't be around long. These limited edition Pringles will definitely stir up traffic unlike any other new flavor. Will the Roasted Turkey Pringles make a debut at your Thanksgiving dinner or friendsgiving feast? I think I'll set these turkey potato crisps right next to the cranberry sauce.
If you think Kellogg's stopped at turkey Pringles, you're in for a real treat. Pringles also released a Pringles Thanksgiving dinner called 'Turducken.' It includes chips that taste like turkey, chicken, duck, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. These limited time Pringles crisps are going fast. You'll even find packs being auctioned for over $60 on eBay.
That is quite expensive for some potato chips! Get your turkey crisps while you can. In the mean time, I'll keep an eye out for a Christmas dinner potato chip flavor. You never know what Pringles could have up their sleeve.