Friday, March 8, 2013

Friday Finds: Lay's New Chip Flavors

I am a sucker for advertisements, packaging, new things, etc. so when I saw these new Lay's Chips I knew I had to give them a try. I actually brought this to my friend's birthday party so everyone got to try them out. 

1. Sriracha: Probably the favorite of the group. If you like sriracha then you will probably like these. 
2. Garlic Cheesy Bread: These were probably my least favorite. I didn't think they really tasted like garlic bread and made me want actual garlic bread.
3. Chicken and Waffles. To me these tasted like a combo of chicken ramen and syrup. The majority of the group didn't like these except for the birthday girl who loved them.
I was not a fan of any of these. While I didn't hate any of them, I will not being buying these again. No one else had strong feelings about any of these except for that one weird friend of mine who loved the chicken and waffles ;) It was a fun test to try with a group of people but give me plain ol' BBQ or Wavy Chips any day and I'll be happy.


Has anyone tried these? What do you think about them?

Have a wonderful weekend :)

4 comments:

  1. I'm surprised you were able to find all three flavors. I've had people on my news feed who have collaborated with each other and had to go to different stores to find all the flavors...

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  2. My son wanted me to participate in this so much... but I could never think of just one flavor. I have not seen these in the stores yet... but I saw some signs. I agree with you.. I do like the idea of sriracha. :)

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  3. I haven't seen any of these in stores yet, but am interested in trying them. And a little afraid, haha. I'm surprised the garlic bread wasn't better. Your post makes me even more curious!

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  4. lol omg.. thank god you tried these! ive been wanting to scope them out.. i have a feeling sriracha will be my fav too. the chx and waffles is appealing but i'm not interesting in the garlic bread one at all! so funny! :)

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