Photo courtesy of Kellogg's
Don’t feel like cooking on Thanksgiving? You could always eat a tray of Pringles for dinner.
Pringles Thanksgiving Dinner features eight Turkey Day flavors: Turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, creamed corn, green bean casserole, mac & cheese and pumpkin pie.
The chips are served in a tray that resembles a TV dinner, with different compartments for each “side item.”
Food science breakthrough. Pringles launches Thanksgiving flavors. I don't know whether to go hmm or recoil in horror. pic.twitter.com/sjoozZTjKh— Larry Dignan (@ldignan) November 16, 2017
Food science breakthrough. Pringles launches Thanksgiving flavors. I don't know whether to go hmm or recoil in horror. pic.twitter.com/sjoozZTjKh
I have so many questions. https://t.co/X7RdAyYzXc— Pamela (@pamelaflinn3) November 16, 2017
I have so many questions. https://t.co/X7RdAyYzXc
Senior Director of Marketing Kurt Simon said the concept came as a new way for snack lovers to enjoy Thanksgiving classics.
Pringles Thanksgiving Dinner is a pilot test and has limited availability this season.
Kellogg's officially rolled out the concept Thursday.