Food & Nutrition

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.

Lay’s New England Lobster Roll


As part of their Lay’s Tastes of America campaign, the notorious potato chip line has released eight flavors inspired by different regions across the U.S. Coming at a from the Northeast is their New England Lobster Roll, which evokes similar feelings of yumminess you’ll get from fresh lobster served on a buttery grilled roll. Get ’em while you can, these will only be available until September 23. Don’t miss the reason why potato chips are so addictive.

Lay’s Fried Pickles with Ranch


If you love the salty crunch of a fried pickle dipped in Ranch dressing, has Lay’s got a chip for you. These will make you feel like you’re at a Midwest state fair, minus the crowds and long lines of folks waiting for their fried favorites. If you have a hankering for these, keep in mind that similar to the brand’s New England Lobster Roll chips, the Tastes of America varieties will only be available through September 23.

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

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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!

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