15 Discontinued Chip Flavors We Want Back
Sour cream and onion. BBQ. Salt and vinegar. You know all of the classic potato chip flavors, along with the classic chip brands like Lay's, Doritos, and Tostitos. But what about some of the underrated chip flavors and brands that didn't make the cut over the years?
To reminisce about some truly wild snacks, we decided to round up some of the best discontinued chips out there. Get ready for some serious nostalgia!
And for more strange potato chip options, don't miss The 20 Weirdest Potato Chip Flavors to Ever Exist.
Pringles Cinnamon & Sugar Potato Crisps
If you've ever wanted a churro-chip hybrid, Pringles had them in 2014. Something about the salty-sweet combination just worked.
Planters Potato Chips
You know their nuts and those infamous Cheez Balls. But once upon a time, Planters also made ridge-cut potato chips, which came in a Pringles-style tube.
Lay's Wavy Fried Green Tomato Chips
For a brief time, this Southern delicacy was available in chip form. And it was a flavor for the superior wavy Lay's, too.
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Lay's Southern Biscuits & Gravy Chips
Fresh-baked biscuits and gravy? Yum. Biscuits and gravy-flavored chips? Well, it was definitely an inventive flavor, we'll give it that.
Lay's Bacon Mac and Cheese Chips
Bacon-topped mac and cheese is already perfect. But when you combine those flavors with the crunch of potato chips? The execution is flawless.
Whatever you do, steer clear of The Unhealthiest Potato Chips on the Planet.
Daddy Crisp Chips
If you're a child of the '70s, you might remember Daddy Crisp, the chip brand that prided itself on being loud because the chips were so crunchy. But the chips' tagline was "Love Your Daddy," which hasn't exactly aged well.
You can still dip your Doritos in guacamole, of course. But there was something special about having that guacamole dust on the chips.
And if you'd rather make homemade chips, try our Smoked Paprika Potato Chips Recipe.
This is more of a concept than a flavor, but we still wish it would make a comeback. Pringles Prints were printed with jokes written in edible ink, a bonus treat with every bite.
Jumpin' Jack Cheese Doritos
Sure, we still have nacho cheese Doritos. But back in the '90s, there was also this Colby and Monterey Jack version. We still miss it.
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Keebler Munch 'Ems
The tagline for these snacks was "crackers that crunch like chips," so they fit on this list, right? These cracker-chip hybrids came in ranch, onion, and cheddar flavors.
Wild n' Mild Ranch Fritos
Original Fritos are great, but the '80s brought us ranch Fritos, which were even better. Why are Doritos the only chip that gets to enjoy ranch seasoning?
Pringles Sloppy Joe Chips
You could make Sloppy Joes…or you could pop open a can of these Pringles. At least, you could while this limited-edition flavor was still available.
Sun Chips Sweet & Spicy BBQ Chips
This flavor of Sun Chips was launched in 2013, but it appears to have been discontinued. It's a real shame—the combination of sweet BBQ sauce and multigrain Sun Chips really worked.
OK, so these aren't exactly potato chips. But what '90s kid doesn't want to see these mini, three-dimensional Doritos on shelves again?
These pizza-flavored (and pizza-shaped) crisps were all the rage in the '80s. They were delicious, but they couldn't compare to a fresh slice of pizza.
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