First off, I had to Google what a Turducken was. For those of you that are clueless like me, a Turducken is a dish consisting of a deboned chicken stuffed into a deboned duck, further stuffed into a deboned turkey. When not sliced into, it looks like a regular ol’ turkey.
You can purchase Pringles’ Friendsgiving Feast Turducken Kit, which comes with turkey, duck and chicken-flavored chips that you can stack and eat. Hmmm… For me, NO THANKS. If YOU are curious to give these a whirl, you can purchase them at kelloggstore.com starting today at 11:00 am.
RED HOT TRIPLE BIRD ALERT!!! Don’t miss Pringles Friendsgiving Feast, featuring The Turducken Stack, dropping in limited quantities on Thursday at 12pm ET here: https://t.co/MYfOPw38hd. We’d start refreshing that page now. pic.twitter.com/A5M2TxuRPw
— Pringles (@Pringles) November 5, 2019
But, if you want the holiday Pringles, you’ll have to act fast. Last year, Pringles Thanksgiving Dinner flavor assortment sold out in 41 minutes. It costs a whopping $15.99, and won’t be available in stores. They don’t stop at just Turducken, though. They also have cranberry sauce, stuffing and pumpkin pie flavored chips in the tray. YUCK!
Are you into this stuff? I’d rather just have a real Turducken, but it seems like a whole lot of damn work to make one. Someone messaged me and said that Hy-Vee sells them frozen. Sounds fowl to me.