NORTH CAROLINA (CNN) — You don’t have to spend hours basting and baking to get the taste of Thanksgiving.
Pringles is releasing a turkey-flavored version of its popular chip.
It’s part of what it’s calling the “Friendsgiving Turducken Kit,” which will also include duck and chicken-flavored chips, as well as cranberry sauce, stuffing and pumpkin pie flavors.
The three meat flavors can be stacked together for a “Turducken” chip medley.
You can find the Thanksgiving chips online when they go on sale Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Kellogg’s store website.
For just $15.99, you can taste for yourself whether the chips are an offense to Thanksgiving or Pringles is just ahead of its time.