CRISP fans will be delighted to know they can now buy bacon mac and cheese and ketchup flavoured Pringles in Home Bargains.
The new tastes are available to buy for just 99p each with one happy shopper posting his find on the NewFoodsUK Instagram page.
The bacon mac and cheese flavour is part of the crisp maker’s Street Food range which didn’t include bacon when it was initially released in 2017 exclusively to Asda.
Sadly it appears Asda doesn’t sell the Street Food selection anymore, which also included spicy BBQ ribs and Thai green curry.
We also couldn’t find any other UK supermarket selling these flavours and they’re not listed on the Pringles UK website.
It looks like they’re being sold across mainland Europe with Swedish website Gottenbitten selling the bacon mac and cheese flavour for the equivalent of £2.25.
The one being sold in Home Bargains comes in 190g tubes, which is 10g lower than the standard sizes sold in the UK.
But before you go scoffing the whole lot, you’ll want to know that 100g of these Pringles contains 507 calories.
The average UK male is recommended to consumer no more than 2,500 calories, while it’s 2,000 for women.
As for the ketchup tube, this was sold in Asda back in 2017 but only around for a limited time.
You can currently still buy this flavour on the Kingdom of Sweets website but at £3.99 a tube, it’s £3 more expensive than going to Home Bargains.
You’d also be forking out £4.99 for delivery, which is more expensive than the actual Pringles, while delivery over £19 is free.
We also found the Ketchup Pringles being sold on French websites.
The Ketchup flavour comes in 165g and contains 469 calories per 100g.
The Sun has asked parent company Kellogg’s to let us know if these a permanent fixture in Home Bargains and we’ll update this story when we know more.
We’ve also asked if they’re being sold nationwide and if shoppers can find them in any other stores.
They’re not being sold on the Home Bargains website so you’ll need to pop in store to get them.
Back in July we revealed how Asda is selling a new red chilli flavour of Pringles.
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