Pringles Select | Junk Food Blog

03 November, 2006

Pringles Select

Pringles SelectProctor & Gamble is now offering a new kind of Pringles known as, "Pringles Select".

It's like a gourmet line of their famous potato crisp.

Pictured here is the "Cinnamon Sweet Potato Crisp", which they describe as follows...

"By adding a sparkle of cinnamon spice, this candy-like treat will have your taste buds delighted to the ultimate snack."

Other varieties include "Parmesan Garlic Potato Crisps", "Sun Dried Tomato Potato Crisps", and "Szechuan Barbecue Rice Crisps".

You can get them in 5.5oz bags priced between $2.49 and $2.99. There's also an 8oz bag variety as well.

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Anonymous said...

Pringles Select sounds like a joke. But I'll probably buy these if they come my way! Or I may soon find them in my local Big Lots.

Anonymous said...

i'm pretty much addicted.
the szechuan barbecue leaves an aftertaste as if i just left a real chinese restaurant, and the other flavors taste like the things that their names describe, as opposed to so many other chip/snack flavors.
give these a try. or not.
for three bucks a bag, the price is a little high.

Anonymous said...

I tried the Szechuan Barbecue flavor, and now I'm hopelessly addicted. The taste is unique, unlike any other snack I've ever tried...and I've tried a lot... Good texture, pleasing aftertaste (almost better than the taste itself) and just the right amount of heat. I think "Barbecue" in the name is misleading, though; these aren't anything like the typical BBQ chip.

Anonymous said...

Saw the Pringles Select "Szechuan Barbecue Rice Crisps" at the local Wal-Mart. Wow, they taste like General Tso's chicken! I think I'd definately try the others.

Anonymous said...

Pringles Select are GREAT! At least the sweet potatoe and cinnamon one really caught my attention. Ever had pie crust cookies? Where you flatten out the crust and put cinnamon and sugar on the crust, cut it and bake on a cookie sheet? That is what these remind me of!! They are great... or like the taste of pumpkin pie crust.. I don't want them to go away!!!

Anonymous said...

They are evil good, don't be fooled. Run away. You will get addicted

Anonymous said...

These cinnamon sweet potato crisps are awesome. I've been looking for a HEALTHIER alternative to regular potato chips. . . And these are great. THANKS!

Anonymous said...

Can anyone come up with a recipe for a dip that would be good with the sweet potato chips? Like something pumpkinny for fall?

Anonymous said...

Did anyone else notice that Pringles ina can doesn't ahve as much seasoning as it used to?
I encourage everyone to call the 800-568-4035 and complain and get the seasoning back

Anonymous said...

how about thate crate full of sea lions?

Anonymous said...

Pringles Select taste like Mr. Noodles. And I like 'em.

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