People.com Lifestyle Food Pringles Is Releasing Turducken-Flavored Chips for Thanksgiving—Here's How to Get Them Each kit includes turkey, duck, and chicken flavored chips to satisfy your all-in-one bird craving—along with cranberry sauce, stuffing, and pumpkin pie flavors By Morgan Raum Morgan Raum @morgan.raum on TikTok @tooomuchfoood on Instagram @tooomuchfooodny on Twitter People Editorial Guidelines Published on November 5, 2019 11:09 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Pringles Want the glorious flavor of roasted meats this Thanksgiving without the hassle of actually cooking them? Pringles has once again come to the rescue. The Pringles Friendsgiving Feast Turducken Kit is back for the third year and just might be tastier than ever. This time it comes with three kinds of bird-flavored chips — Turkey, Duck, and Chicken — along with Cranberry Sauce, Stuffing, and Pumpkin Pie flavors that are all packed into the same tray. The meats can be stacked together, which is where the “Turducken Stack” comes into play to help recreate that flavor of the famous meaty Thanksgiving creation. In 2018, the Pringles Thanksgiving Kit included only three flavors — turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie — and the year before that, the kit wasn’t even available to the public. “We pride ourselves on offering consumers insanely accurate flavors with endless stacking possibilities,” said Gareth Maguire, Senior Director of Marketing for Pringles. “For our third year, we created the perfect kit for those who are infatuated with the Thanksgiving meat masterpiece that is the almighty Turducken.” Here’s What Oprah Does With All Her Thanksgiving Leftovers Pringles A limited number of Pringles Friendsgiving Feast Turducken Kits will go on sale exclusively online this Thursday, November 7 at noon EST. You’ll find them on the Kellogg’s store website for $15.99. WATCH: Food Hack: Make Thanksgiving Leftovers Eggs Benedict If you’re looking for a different kind of easy-to-make Thanksgiving feast, check out Aldi’s Turkey Cranberry Ravioli, which features a blend of all the best traditional Thanksgiving foods: slow-roasted turkey, cranberries, stuffing, and fine cheese. No matter what you’re in the mood for, you definitely have more than enough ways to ditch the turkey this year.