Pringles Scorchin Wavy Loaded Nachos bring the boldest flavor

Pringles Scorchin Wavy Loaded Nachos photo provided by Pringles
Pringles Scorchin Wavy Loaded Nachos photo provided by Pringles /

Love nachos but hate the soggy chip or messy bite? Pringles Scorchin Wavy Loaded Nachos bring all that bold flavor but without the fear of spilling on your shirt. As the latest flavor joining the Pringles Scorchin line, it seems that everyone continues to crave big, bold flavors.

Snack trends tend to come in waves. From pickle forward chips to flamin hot, the traditional flavors must share prime shelf space with the culinary creativity. For snackers who want to keep the bowl interesting, there are many options on the shelf.

With the new Pringles Scorchin Wavy Loaded Nachos, the crisps capture that complete flavor in a single bite. Although flavor stacking will always be part of the Pringles brand, this bold flavor keeps snacking fun.

According to Gareth Maguire, senior director of marketing for Pringles, “Pringles Scorchin’ has been coming in hot since the line launched a year ago. Our newest take, Pringles Scorchin’ Wavy Loaded Nachos, sets a new standard for any heat-loving, spicy nacho fans with bold, zesty flavors bundled into just one bite.”

The flavor is a blend of “creamy queso, sour cream, corn tortilla, spicy jalapeno and cayenne pepper.” The cayenne pepper adds an approachable spice flavor, even with the touch of jalapeno the heat isn’t overpowering.

Given that the snack features the Wavy Pringles, the texture adds to eating experience. From a little extra flavor here and there, it is similar to how a plate of nachos eat. Not every bite is piled high with all the toppings. Sometimes the little details add to the authenticity.

The new Pringles Scorching Wavy Loaded Nachos are available in select stores now. A larger release will happen in 2022. The suggested retail price is $2.09 for a 4.8-ounce can. The other flavors in the Scorchin line include classic BBQ, Cheddar, Chili & Lime flavors.

What is your favorite Pringles flavor? Are you looking to stack the snacking deck in favor of bold flavors?