13 Weirdest Potato Chip Flavors You’ll Actually Want to Try
Have you taken a trip down the chip aisle at your local grocery store lately? The shelves are bursting with flavors that go well beyond basic barbecue, sour cream and onion, and salt and vinegar. Here are some of the wildest chips around that you'll definitely want to devour.
Herr’s Kansas City Prime Steak
A few years ago, Herr’s introduced this mind-boggling chip. Prime steak + crunchy chip = fiery goodness? The name alludes to its taste, but you be the judge. Don’t miss the reason why potato chips are so addictive.
Zapp’s New Orleans Kettle Style Voodoo Chips
This chip will charm you with its salt n’ vinegar, smoky BBQ sweetness and spicy jalapeno kick. What’s even more spooky: they’re gluten-free. This classic New Orleans style chip will make you want to book your next flight to the bayou.
Kettle Brand Korean Barbeque
Everything you love about Korean Barbeque in one savory and sweet chip. With the delicious flavors of hoisin sauce and garlic, this chip packs a flavor bomb for your taste buds. You’ll also get a hint of smokiness. It’s like barbecue with the volume turned way up. Check out why potato chip bags are never filled to the top.
Zapp’s Spicy Cajun Crawtators
This chip is all about bringing the taste of New Orleans straight to you in its very own bag. If you love Cajun spices, Zapp’s Spicy Cajun Crawtators are a must-try, with spices like paprika, garlic, onion, hickory smoke, and more. For what it’s worth, Zapp’s also prides themselves on packing one heck of a crunch, so get snacking!
We’d be remiss if we didn’t tell you about the mouth-watering flavors from Pringles, and, boy, are we excited about their seaweed infusion. Originally created for their Asian market, a culture known for using seaweed, this chip is sure to satisfy according to raving reviews. If you want to try to make your own healthier chips at home, try these recipes for tasty baked chips.
Kettle Brand Fiery Thai Cooked in 100% Almond Oil with Lemon Grass Infused Sea Salt
With a name that long, you have to be in for something good. Kettle Brand describes the flavor as a “fusion of sweet lemongrass, ginger, and classic Thai heat” all combined in a chip. Perfect to have on hand when you’re craving a favorite Thai meal! In our opinion, all spuds are perfect, but this is the only proper way to reheat a baked potato.
Walkers Beef & Onion
No need to fire up the stove for your beef or break out the cutting board for the onions. This dynamic chip duo has got your tastebuds covered.
Deep River Snacks Ninja Ginger
The health benefits of ginger can be consumed in a variety of ways, but it’s much more fun in this chip. In a fusion of ginger, chili, pepper, and cilantro—this chip will take your tastebuds for a wild ride. The signature, thick-cut kettle chips will make you feel right at home, though.
Dirty Funky Fusion Potato Chips
Come for the interesting name, stay for the delicious taste. If you’re wondering what Dirty Potato Chips in their Funky Fusion flavor taste like—imagine the perfect combo of a french fry and an onion ring rolled up into one deliciously crunchy chip. We’re completely here for this mix of our favorite fried sides.
UTZ The Crab Chip
Crab lovers rejoice! It’s everything you love about your favorite shellfish seasoned into a crisp with UTZ’s The Crab Chip (we’re all about that infamous Chesapeake Bay seasoning). Considering the brand’s East Coast roots, we’re not surprised they serve up one mighty fine crab chip.
Tyrrell’s Honey Roast Ham & Cranberry Crisps
If you love the seasonal taste of a honey roast ham and cranberries, then these chips from Tyrrell’s are for you. A brand popular in the United Kingdom, they’re also famous for their Sunday’s Best Roast Chicken Crisps. Hey, if there are bacon-flavored chips out there, why not try a chip featuring the aroma of honey roast ham?
Kettle Brand’s Maple Bacon
Hey, did somebody say bacon? The combination of a maple glaze over bacon can easily make the mouth water, and the fact that Kettle Brand decided to encapsulate that heavenly flavor into a chip is perfection. You’ll also note a subtle chili pepper spice, making it a lovely balance of salty, sweet, and spicy. Next, find out the 50 things food manufacturers won’t tell you.
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