Nom or Vom: Another Holiday Delight


960067_10201471622127265_1500428319_nI’ve heard that pecan pie can be difficult to make so it gels correctly; I’ve never gone to the trouble to make it myself, and now I don’t have to since Pringles stepped up with a pecan pie flavored chip. It’s pie, but it’s also a snack! Dessert you can eat alongside your sandwich, or if you’re bold, IN your sandwich!

Pros: You don’t have to fiddle around making pie, the comforts of two comfort foods at once.

Cons: Not quite a sweet, not quite a savory, inhabits that no-man’s land of the inbetween snacks that have a place neither during nor after a meal.

Would you eat pecan pie pringles?

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2 Comments Nom or Vom: Another Holiday Delight

  1. stationary December 26, 2013 at 7:35 am

    I don’t like pecan pie (don’t like pecans to begin with, it’s usually too sweet, and the texture combination is enough to make me willing to surrender my Southern card), but these were actually pretty good. Not as good as the cinnamon and sugar variety, though; those are a truly delicious form of unnatural.

    1. Mellzah December 26, 2013 at 11:37 am

      What was your impetus to try the pecan pie pringles as someone who doesn’t care for pecan pie?

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