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[Snack Attack - Canada] Pringles Groovz Applewood Smoked Cheddar

Day 2 of trying Canadian chips brings with it Pringles Groovz Applewood Smoked Cheddar flavor.

I've actually really been loving the Pringles Groovz (click here to see) I've tried in America. The chips are slightly thicker than the typical Pringles crisp, so it means that the flavor powder gets stuck in the ridges (or groovs, you could, and probably should, say).

The Applewood Smoked Cheddar flavor was pretty darn cheddar-y and I could definitely taste the slightly sweet, but smokey applewood flavor.

I would say that this was a pretty salty tube of Pringles, but maybe I'm not used to the salt content because I have been trying to cut back on my chips consumption even though chips are my #1 food group.

As with any tube of Pringles, once you pop, the fun don't stop...that's still the slogan, right? I did eat the whole tube, but I'm not sure I would purchase it again. I liked some of the other flavors more (I'm looking at you jalapeno flavor).

I would recommend this to a cheddar cheese lover, though. It kind of reminded me of the Annie's Mac and Cheese in the aged cheddar flavor (this one, if you're curious). I think these may also taste great if you were to crumble them on a salad or something to add a bit of a cheesy crunch. I know it's a weird thought, but I just wanted to throw it out there.

Oh, one last thing! I find that there are fewer crushed crisps in the Groovz tubes than in the original Pringles tubes. Maybe it's the structural stability of the ridged crisp (I'm not good at physics, so I don't know if that makes any sense) or maybe I have just been lucky so far that no one appeared to have manhandled my tubes of Groovz.

What is your favorite flavor of Pringles?

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