Christmas: Pringles Xmas Turkey

Pringles Xmas Turkey

Last year was the turn of Pringles Pigs in Blankets, this year it is the turn of Pringles Xmas Turkey Feast. Fear not for those who loved the piggies they are still doing them this year but we are about the turkey today.

A 190g tube cost the standard £2.49 and was from Ocado. These are also available in Asda but are pretty few and far between. I haven’t seen these anywhere else so if you have please do let me know. 

Pringles Xmas TurkeyPer 30g: 153 kcal, 1.0g sat fat, 0.7g sugar, 1.3g protein

Forever the iconic shape I cannot help but do the duck, anyone know what I am going on about or am I just sounding slightly crazy! As always they were crispy and oh so moreish, seriously they’re right, once you pop you just cant stop! I love Pringles for the very reason that they always have stacks of flavour, and these were no exception. These had a slight herby flavouring and tasted very meaty but not so much of turkey, more on the air of chicken. It seems nailing the turkey favour in crisps is pretty much impossible. These aren’t at all salty as some of them have been so that is a bonus however I was left yearning for the turkey. 

Although these Pringles Xmas Turkey are tasty and we would all happily demolish the pot, they don’t have that real turkey flavouring and thus aren’t exactly christmassy. The search for the real turkey crisp lives on. 

Nibbles ‘n’ Scribbles x

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  1. Kellie
    24th March 2019 / 12:36 pm

    OMGosh I can’t believe how much it cost for one package of Pringles over there!! Here in the US I buy Pringles for $1.44 at Walmart…which would be £1.09. It is so weird how different countries get different flavors of products. Until today I never even heard of Pigs In Blankets or Turkey flavored Pringles. Although I love turkey I don’t know about turkey flavored chips lol but I would love to have tried the Pins In Blankets flavor because….BACON!! LOL. Over here we have pigs in a blanket but the ‘blanket’ is actually a roll. It is a sausage or some ham with cheese in the middle of a soft yeast type of roll…very yummy. I like the idea of bacon wrapped around the sausage…and then stick it in the roll…a complete breakfast and it’s ready to take with you. Btw, on google I saw some weird Pringles from Japan….seaweed flavored, spicy green curry flavored, octopus ball flavored, wasabi nori flavored, mayo cheese flavored, Manhattan clam chowder flavored, soft shell crab flavored and shrimp flavored ewwwww!!!

    • Nibbles 'n' Scribbles
      6th May 2019 / 2:23 pm

      It seems that America is so much cheaper for Pringles, Oreo’s and all manner of things really. It’s annoying that other countries have differing flavours, I get why but still leaves you a bit green eyes. Oh a pig in blanket is the thing of deliciousness, so much better with a roast dinner!! x

  2. 10th December 2016 / 1:16 am

    Great review! Agreed I’ve never tasted chips that can give the right nuance between various meats. poultry bullion and beef bullion seem to be the only distinctions that can be made. Would love to try these but never seen them in the states. I do love the design of the can! – Hugh Gallon, Hungry Dads Podcast

  3. Cupcake
    9th December 2016 / 8:31 pm

    I think I need to go on a Pringle hunt or something.. I never found the Pigs in Blankets and I haven’t seen these either! Xx

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