No cooking is required for this “Thanksgiving Dinner.”
Thanks to Pringles, the holiday meal is available in stackable chip form and comes in a can.
The three-pack of mini cans priced at $14.99 went on sale at midnight Wednesday and were sold out by Thursday morning. They won’t be sold in stores and cost more than the average can of Pringles, which sell for around $2 at most stores.
Last year’s special chips came packaged in a TV-dinner-style tray with separate sections for the flavors. Mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, macaroni and cheese, green bean casserole and creamed corn-flavored chips were available in last year’s feast.