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Monday, January 30, 2017

Pringles Loud Crisps

Pringles Loud Crisps

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Everyone knows that Pringles® majors in flavor, and now, the snackable crisps are introducing a bold, new line-up – Pringles LOUD. The crunchy corn- and grain & veggie-based crisps are layered with flavor, and available in five mouthwatering varieties
I think it's safe to say I am a junk food junkie. I've been weaning myself off the 'sweet' snacks, because I don't want to be rude in front of Mama Melissa. So, Pringles have become our 'go to' snacks, because they work well with her pre-diabetic diet.

I was fortunate enough to get a preview of the new line of Pringles Loud crisps for review. Let's have a look at the flavors.


^^actual cans I received^^

Fiery Chili Lime
The corn crisps will blast your taste buds with spicy tomato flavor, splash some lime and finish with a delicious heat.

Spiciest one of the bunch, in my opinion. What I really like about these is, unlike other ‘Chili Lime’ flavored crisps, I actually could taste the lime flavoring on these. There is a nice kick of lime. The chili flavoring actually tastes like chili, or at least chili sauce. Most snacks that are ‘chili flavored’ just dump a bunch of chili powder on the chips and call it done. To be able to taste actual chili was a real treat!
TASTE: 8/10

Mighty Margherita Pizza
This grain & veggie crisp is layered with the classic ingredients of the popular pizza – tomato, basil and mozzarella – inspired by the colors of the Italian flag.

Let me be honest here; I’ve never KNOWINGLY eaten Margherita Pizza. So, going into this flavor, I was expecting a flavor very similar to the Pizza flavor Pringles already makes, just ‘spicier.’
This is not the case. These are very heavy on the tomato and the basil flavor, not so much on the mozzarella taste. It is there, but very faint. I also seem to taste some oregano flavoring to these crisps. These are pretty good, but I’m not sure these would be a ‘must buy flavor’ for me.
TASTE: 7.5/10

Salsa Fiesta
In Spanish, "salsa" means "sauce,” and "fiesta" means "feast" – which traditionally involves a celebration. So, these corn-based Pringles are a saucy celebration in your mouth.

Honestly, I don’t taste too much of a salsa flavoring on these. I’m not even sure what I taste on these. I was honestly expecting to taste some other salsa ingredients on this, like fresh diced tomatoes, peppers and onions, similar to what I have tasted with other Salsa flavored snacks. It’s just more of a spicy tomato paste flavor. These are the ones that fall flat for me.
TASTE: 5/10

Spicy Queso
Who doesn't love delicious, melty cheese and peppers with corn crisps? Enough said.

Even though snacks like these crisps make my acid reflux flare, Sometimes, it’s just WORTH it.
And the Spicy Queso flavor is one of those times.
If you’ve ever had the Lance’s Captain's Wafers Jalapeño Cheddar Sandwich Crackers or the Buck Wild Jalapeño Jack chips, then you pretty much know what these taste like, just crunchier.
I’m actually surprised I like these, since I can’t handle eating jalapeños straight. These are my absolute favorite of what was sent, and I can see myself buying these.
TASTE: 10/10

Super Cheesy Italian
The main ingredient in any Italian dish – aside from parmesan and herbs – is enjoying the meal with friends and family. Grab a can of these new grain & veggie Pringles and invite everyone you know to dig in.

These have an AWESOME dose of parmesan cheese to them. It tastes like I took like a veggie-based dish and dumped a good amount of grated parmesan cheese on the dish. These are my second favorite flavor.
TASTE: 9/10

There is one downfall to these crisps. Because the crisps are made with corn and other grains, and not potato-based like typical Pringles crisps, these crumble and break very easily. While that’s great for my oral issues, it makes eating them from the can a complete chore. I had to dump the ‘crumbs’ and broken pieces into bowls and eat them with a spoon, just to be able to eat them all. This is the problem I see disabled people having. Otherwise, if you can chew other Pringles crisps, I don't see there being an issue.

These crisps are available from most major retailers, starting at $1.98 (Walmart pricing -- your local store may differ).

FINAL THOUGHTS
Very delicious, but also very crumbly.
STARS:
WOULD RECOMMEND: An absolute and emphatic YES.

**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**

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