Pringles’ New Sugar Cookie Flavor Is Peak Sugar-Meets-Salty, But Will It Work?

This year, Pringles is skipping right over the pumpkin spice-flavored-everything bandwagon and heading right into the holiday season with its new flavor — Sugar Cookie. The chip company’s latest limited-edition flavor, which will replace last year’s White Chocolate Pringles, will be sold exclusively at Walmart nationwide in early November at $1.69 per can, Consumerist reports.

Sugar Cookie will join Pringles’ other holiday-themed sweet-and-salty flavors, Pecan Pie and Salty Caramel, which are making a return from last year. Pecan Pie and Salty Caramel will only be available for purchase at Dollar General’s across the country for the same price of $1.69 each.

The Pringles’ brand said they’re ready for “sweater weather” in their Oct. 19 announcement on their official Twitter, and the holiday cans go along with the theme by donning ugly holiday sweaters with added ornaments and bows. Although all three cans will never sit side-by-side on shelves in stores, they sure do look super cute in photos together.

And if you’re wondering where Pringles’ pumpkin-flavored chip is, the company debuted their Pumpkin Pie Spice-flavored crisp way back in 2012. Back then, taste testers at the Huffington Post said it “wasn’t exactly a slam-dunk” but was the “least offensive flavor.” No wonder Pringles decided to keep that in the past.

So, sweet-and-salty fans — are you ready to try Sugar Cookie?

(Via Fortune and Consumerist)