Lay's Fried Pickles with Ranch Chips Are Back — Find Out Where to Get Them!

The chips taste exactly like dill with a hint of fried batter and ranch dressing

Lays fried pickle with ranch

It’s time for a ce-Lay’s-bration!

After disappearing off the shelves for months, Lay’s has brought back their Fried Pickle with Ranch-flavored potato chips.

The unique snack — which was inspired by a deep fried favorite at Midwest state fairs, according to its product description — made their return to Sam’s Club and are being offered at their stores around the nation.

If you’re a pickle lover or a ranch lover (or both!) you’ll be into these chips. Lay’s harnessed all the flavors of the state fair favorite into a few bites — it tastes exactly like dill with a hint of fried batter and ranch dressing.

At this time, it is not clear what prompted the company to bring the chips back or how long they will be available in stores.

Representatives for Lay’s did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

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The Fried Pickle with Ranch-flavored chips were first introduced in July 2018 as part of Lay’s “Tastes of America” program, along with seven other flavors that were inspired by their popular regional dishes.

In addition to the Midwest-inspired flavor, Lay’s also temporarily offered Cajun Spice (inspired by the Central Gulf), Chile Con Queso (inspired by the Texoma/Mountain/SoCal regions), Chesapeake Bay Crab Spice (inspired by the Mid-Atlantic), Deep Dish Pizza (inspired by the Heartland & Mid-America), New England Lobster Roll (inspired by the Northeast), Pimento Cheese (inspired by the Southeast), and Thai Sweet Chili (inspired by the Pacific Northwest).

Each of the flavors were available in their respective market until September 2018. It is currently not clear if any of the other flavors have also made a long-awaited comeback.

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