Pringles' newest flavor is a favorite fast fast food item

Taylor Rock

Pringles is known for wild flavor innovations. On any given day at the grocery store, you can find dill pickle- and rotisserie chicken-flavored chips, and now, there is a limited-time-only crisp in partnership with one of America’s favorite fast food restaurants. Say hello to Pringles Baconator.

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That’s right, your favorite edible hyperbolic paraboloid (aka the true shape of a Pringle) is now seasoned to taste just like Wendy’s world-famous burger. It’s got all the same notes you’d expect to find on a trip down the drive-thru: fresh, never frozen beef, American cheese, applewood smoked bacon, ketchup and mayo.

Better yet, each can of Pringles Baconator comes with a code on the seal that can be used to score a free Wendy’s Baconator, Son of Baconator or Breakfast Baconator. To redeem, you must make a purchase through the Wendy’s app. So, what will it be? Beyond the Baconator, Spicy Chicken Nuggets and Frosties are all definitely fast food menu items with a cult following.

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