Last week, I was asked to go down to London for a very special mission! I had no clue what it was about until I received a very well packaged box. I told myself do not open the box until I am home. Somehow I managed to resist opening it, but it was probably just as well as they may have been gone by the time I got home and the family would not have been happy with me!
I am very excited to introduce you to the Pringles Limited Edition flavours: Mint Choc and Sweet Cinnamon!
Christmas is coming soon and these two flavours have just come in time to celebrate the season! They both come in their usual size tubes. If you have tried Pringles before, you will know each chip is nicely stack in the tin. The unique new flavours lightly consistently cover each chip.
Mint Choc is the classic holiday blend of cool peppermint and smooth chocolate flavour. The flavour has really surprised me. It tastes very refreshing. My son is a big fan of mint chocolate and he loves it a lot. Ms C was not that keen as she has never liked anything minty. I would say this is definitely worth a try – you won’t be disappointed!
Sweet Cinnamon is the people’s choice in our house! We all loved it and could not get enough of the chip. It is sweet and spicy (not hot spicy) in every bite. I salivate just thinking about it now! Pringles always seems to get the right strength of flavour for me, and this is follows that trend. I will definitely buy this again and give this 5 stars out of 5.
Mint Choc and Sweet Cinnamon Pringles crisps will be available from 19th October 2013, with a RRP of £2.49 for 190g and will be on special offer in Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons throughout the festive season.
I personally would prefer to each it directly out the tube but if you are feeling brave, why not try these cheeky suggestions.
THE TOP 5 TIPS FOR UNEXPECTED FESTIVE FUN
1. Pringles Sweet Cinnamon buttie: A sweet and tasty twist to one of the nations’ savoury favourites
2. Pringles Mint Choc in vanilla ice cream: The decadence of the ice cream and the crispy texture of the Pringles combine for a luxurious dessert
3. Pringles Sweet Cinnamon and guacamole: You won’t be able to go back to regular chips and dips after indulging in this mash-up
4. Pringles Mint Choc topped over apple pie: The sweet mint choc flavour elevates the classic dessert to a new level of deliciousness
5. Pringles Sweet Cinnamon and Greek yoghurt: The light flavour of the yoghurt compliments the aromatic cinnamon flavour of the Pringles
I would suggest to making Pringles Sweet Cinnamon mochi. Mochi is a Japanese rice cake made of mochigome, a short-grain japonica glutinous rice. The rice is pounded into a paste and moulded into the desired shape.
Cover the mochi with crushed Pringles. Yum yum! I am heading to Tesco on Saturday morning to stock up some! Can’t wait!
Disclosure: We have received the products to do an honest review.