Pringles Pumpkin Pie Spice and White Chocolate Peppermint Are Real, Here’s What They Look Like



When I think Pringles, I think sitting on a front porch in the summer making Pringles fishy lips. Don’t know what I’m talking about? Come on, FISHY LIPS? Well, if not, then you have no childhood. In any case, Pringles has become a staple in American nostalgia, known for their mustachioed mascot and their classic, deliciously simple taste.

Which is why we were flabbergasted when we found out that Pringles is planning on debuting a line of holiday-happy flavors: Pumpkin Pie Spice, White Chocolate Peppermint and Cinnamon & Sugar. This is why (most people) shouldn’t mess with a good thing. Don’t get us wrong, we love classic twists like Mojito Donuts and Deep Fried Margaritas but White Chocolate Peppermint Pringles?! We expect it to be like popping a crispy breath mint in your mouth or brushing your teeth with toothpaste you bought at the dollar store. Set to debut in November at a suggested retail price of $1.79, you’re better off spending that moola on an actual pack of mints.

Via HuffPo

Charisma has an undying love for gritty literature and drinks coffee like water. She also hails from Toronto, Canada and is a die-hard Maple Leafs fan, sigh.

  • Anonymous

    Or like chewing minty gum while eating potato chips. BLARGH. Chunky!

  • Anonymous

    I just want my Japanese flavors to be available in the USA. There are so many great ones over there I wish I could get stateside. Like the Kebab flavor! It’s awesome! But also the Bruscheta, Curry (regular Curry and the Keema curry flavors!), Firey Hot, Braised Pork (I really miss that one!), Consume, Hot & Spicy Won Ton, Indonesian Satay, Smoked Salami, Sweet Chili and Lemon Grass, and the sweet potato ones too.

    Someone needs to talk to Pringles about releasing some of these as “test flavors” in the US, to see if the public embraces them the way they did the Baked Potato and Dill pickle flavors. I think the Indonesian Satay and Hot & Spicy Won Ton would do well here.

  • bubbsy

    “Pringles Pumpkin Pie Spice and White Chocolate Peppermint Are Real, Here’s What They Look Like” — I hate when bloggers intentionally mislead with their headline to make you think they have something to share that they don’t actually have just to up their click-count. No they’re not real, they’re planned, and no you aren’t showing us what they look like. If your actual blog entry is so uninteresting that you can’t tell the truth of what awaits the reader when they click, then don’t submit the story. It’s only disappointment in the end. Guess “Charisma” knows that the accurate title “Pringles plans a flavor maybe, I have no pictures and no experience to share with you” would not get clicks. Hardly charismatic, Charisma.

  • Doobie Brothers

    Maybe Pumpkin Pie Spice, the other two, no way.

  • bubbsy

    Sorry for that comment. That was the internet version of punching a wall. I getz mad and take it out on the internetz.

  • Stephanie Lester

    Pumpkin Pie Spice and Cinnamon Sugar on a Sweet potato chip could be good