Pringles just supersized Thanksgiving with the Turducken Triple Threat


Concerned over making the perfect Thanksgiving feast? With Pringles Turducken Triple Threat, the meal is in the stack.

Pringles flavor stacking is a great way to enhance your snacking fun. Bringing new flavors together in a single bite can take some culinary ingenuity. In some ways, the flavor stacking could be the food trend that never gets boring.

With Thanksgiving around the corner, everyone is starting to think about the ultimate culinary feast. But, there is a lot of pressure when it comes to that perfect meal. Will the turkey be dry, will there be enough sides, and will there be lumpy mashed potatoes?

This year, don’t fret over making the perfect Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving feast. Pringles has you covered with the Turducken Triple Threat. In one perfect bite, and no cooking required, you can enjoy all those Thanksgiving flavors. Why bother turning on the oven and spending all that money, when you now have the one bite solution.

The new Pringles’ Thanksgiving offering features the Turducken Stack. For those unfamiliar, a turducken is a turkey stuffed with a duck stuffed with a chicken. It is the poultry trifecta. While incredibly tasty, it is rather difficult to cook correctly.

The Turducken Stack features Turkey, Duck and Chicken. While Pringles has pushed the envelope with some of its flavors, these offerings are a departure from the norm. It will be interesting to see how these crisps taste.

In addition to the Turducken Stack, the Pringles Friendsgiving Feast includes Cranberry Sauce, Stuffing and Pumpkin Pie flavored crisps. Again, this feast is like having the entire meal in a more convenient form.

Thinking about this offering, it would be curious to see how the poultry flavors pair with other Pringles flavors. Who hasn’t put stuffing on a turkey sandwich? The same can be said of cranberry. Wonder if there is a way to create the ultimate Thanksgiving sandwich stack.

The Pringles Friendsgiving Feast Turducken Kits will be available for a limited time. Sales begin on Thursday, November 7 at noon Eastern. The kit will sell for $15.99 at the

If you want to try one of these kits, act quickly. It seems likely that they will sell out quite quickly.

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What do you think of the Pringles Friendsgiving Feast? Are you going to try to snag one?