Pringles Multigrain Crisps Cheesy Cheddar
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  • Now these crisps aren't what I would consider a health food, not at all, but they are a healthier alternative to regular potato chips
  • Of the three flavors these crisps are available in, I like this flavor the best, and that's why I'm rating it a 10


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      I really like the concept behind multigrain crisps. They’re like potato chips, except a little easier on the body because they contain parts of grains that contribute to a healthier heart and lower bad cholesterol. Now these crisps aren’t what I would consider a health food, not at all, but they are a healthier alternative to regular potato chips.

      There’s still saturated fat and a lot of sodium though, so keep that in mind.

      These crisps have a really rich cheddar flavor. The marketing team for Pringles wasn’t exaggerating when they claimed these crisps were cheesy. They have a strong aroma to them and the moment I pop the can, I get hit with the real aroma of cheddar.


      • The flavor of these crisps is even stronger. Every bite is loaded with cheddar flavoring and these crisps leave behind a powerful cheddar aftertaste. With the strong cheddar flavor, I’m actually surprised these crisps aren’t more fattening and unhealthy, as cheese does have quite a bit of fat in them. Moving on to the texture, these crisps, similar in
        shape to potato chips, are, indeed, crispy and crunchy. This is not a quite snack!

        For a dollar seventy-nine a can, these crisps are worth the money and make for a flavorful snack or side addition to lunch. Of the three flavors these crisps are available in, I like this flavor the best, and that’s why I’m rating it a “10″.




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    Azriel says :

    Thank you for this review. I just might go grab one now already. I usually do not buy this variant of pringles because locally there’s a bagged chips version that is much cheaper and it sure was tasty. I will give it a try and see if this ia worth the additional damage.

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    CirclingCanvas replies :

    I liked them, hopefully you will as well Bagged chips do tend to be cheaper, but there are benefits to chips in a can, such as not as many small, broken pieces and they stay fresher, longer, thanks to the lid that does a good job of keeping the freshness in The way I look at it, spending a little more money is okay as long as the product is worth it.

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