Are BBQ Pringles good?

Are BBQ Pringles good?

Pringles BBQ flavor was just OK. Testers agreed that these barbecue-flavored chips tasted like any generic barbecue snack. They were smokey and salty, but just not our favorite (though you can give them a try). Get real barbecue flavor with these homemade sauces.

Is Pringles BBQ?

The classic Pringle now has a spicy barbecue flavour but still the iconic crunch we all know and love. One of our Pringles branded products.

What color are BBQ Pringles?

The colour was a very pale yellow that, if it were paint, would be described as ‘White, with a hint of yellow. ‘ There was also a lot of pale powdery seasoning mixed in with some orange coloured seasoning. A Nose Plunge Test revealed a welcoming and warm Barbecue aroma. The taste was particularly sweet.

Why are BBQ Pringles so addictive?

Pringles varieties such as Texas barbecue contain citric and malic acid, sugar, MSG and salt — ingredients which stimulate four of these flavours simultaneously — giving us a massive taste explosion in one go.

Why do Pringles taste so bad?

MSG is credited with flavouring many chips and salty-flavoured snacks, and can be found naturally in potatoes, peas and tomatoes. The ‘bland’ taste referenced by furious customers is likely due to the Malaysian plant adding more potato to the mixture, something they admit on the website.

Are Pringles reduced fat healthy?

“Pringles Reduced Fat Original has only 10 calories and 2 grams of fat less than the original version.” You’re not saving enough by choosing the healthier version here. Plus, these reduced-fat chips still contain 2 g of unhealthy saturated fat per serving, making them not a great choice in their own right.

Are Pringles less flavorful?

Only the Pringles held up in texture, amount of coldness, and flavor. If anything, the ranch Pringles were even better than the original flavor, particularly at the lowest temperature, with the garlic and onion flavors still popping despite the freeze. To that I say: Go ahead and eat your lukewarm Pringles.