10 Everyday Snack Foods with Flavors You Haven’t Tried (Yet!)
Go ahead—give 'em a try.
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Flame Grilled Steak Pringles
The U.K. has a completely different set of Pringles than the U.S.—including the meaty Flame Grilled Steak flavor. It may not be the usual snack, but they’re crunchy, salty and, according to reviewers, have real beef flavor.
Mr. Pringle is one of the top food mascots of all time! See the rest of ’em here.
Georgia Peach Coca-Cola
Coca-Cola famously got its start in Atlanta. The brand has its HQ there today, and celebrates its roots with Georgia Peach Coca-Cola. It’s made with cane sugar and served in the iconic glass bottle.
In Japan, Kit-Kat bars come in all sorts of flavors—like sweet potato, strawberry and matcha. Your friends will be impressed when you pull out this Orange Kit-Kat. The fresh flavor is similar to an Orange Dreamsicle.
Jelly Belly Tabasco Jelly Beans
Yep—Tabasco Jelly Bellies are actually made from Tabasco sauce. The beans pack some serious heat!
Ranch Dressing Soda
It’s no surprise that Americans love their ranch dressing, but in soda form? Lester’s Fixin’s has made itself known for crazy soda flavors, but this ranch dressing pop might just be the best. (Or worst—your call!)
Dill Pickle-Flavored Sunflower Seeds
Yes, it’s a thing. Bring a bag of dill pickle sunflower seeds to your next baseball game. Eat the seeds straight out of the bag for a quick snack and spit the hulls from the dugout.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie Oreos
The best snack is Oreos dipped in creamy peanut butter. The next best snack is Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie Oreos, which have the PB built right in.
Sure, the Princess Goldfish are made with 100% cheddar, like most of the other fish. But the crackers are a playful shade of pink!