Skip to comments.Lay’s Manages to Make Potato Chips Even Worse For You by Smothering Them in Chocolate
Posted on 11/03/2013 3:10:06 PM PST by Daffynition
Tis the season to be gluttonous, so Frito-Lay is rolling out milk chocolate-covered wavy potato chips.
The limited-edition $3.49 5-ounce bags will be shipped to Target stores starting today and will be on sale throughout the holiday season, a Frito-Lay spokesperson tells TIME. If consumers like them, the company will evaluate whether to make them permanent.
While chocolate-covered pretzels are a familiar sight, USA Today also cites the trend of sweet and salty potato chip flavors that have been on the market like Kettles maple-bacon or sweet n salty Bugles flavors, like caramel and chocolate peanut butter.
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You don't mix salty with milky/creamy, or salty with sweet. It simply is not done.
Time is suggesting “there otta be a law”. Surely, with so many pages of law and regulations, someone thought to make such snacks illegal.
It will be nice to hit both food groups (sweet and salty) in one shot. I call that balanced nutrition.
Some idiot at some office Winter Solstice party will be seen dipping them in guacamole dip and choking them down.
Looks awesome to me! soecialty candy stores have been doing this before..they are great!!!
and just think about the anti oxidants in the chocolate!
One of these years, I want to try the chocolate-covered bacon. I understand it’s delicious.
Lays was grandfathered in. But only through 2014, and then you’ll have to shop around for another chip.
Where is Moochelle on this?
Make it dark chocolate and bacon bits and I am there!
I’ve tried it..it IS awesome!!
I think the antioxidants should cover the preventative care requirement. The antidepressant activity of the chocolate will cover us for the mental health requirement. And then if we eat enough, we’ll have our birth control covered for sure.
It’s a winner!
Prices like that make a grown man holler.
You sir, are nuts. Greatest taste there is buttered Popcorn& a Hershey bar
I say, bring uhm on!
Do you put skittles in your chicken soup? Marshmallows in your sausages?
Flies in the face of the correct order of things.
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