Lay’s Flamin’ Hot Dill Pickle Chips are back for good

For some pickle enthusiasts, a dill pickle straight from the jar may be enough to satisfy a craving. You could even sip on pickle juice or enjoy a helping of pickle soft serve. But for something different, pick up the Lay’s Flamin’ Hot Dill Pickle Chips. There’s so much flavor bursting in just one crunchy chip!

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Flamin’ Hot Dill Pickle Chips were originally released as part of the brand’s “Turn up the Flavor” campaign, along with Electric Lime and Sea Salt and Beer Cheese Kettle-Cooked Chips. The Flamin’ Hot Dill Pickle flavor was our top pick back then, and apparently, we weren’t the only ones who loved ’em. Lay’s brought this limited-edition flavor back to the snack aisle for good.

Pickle chips, but give it an extra kick

The chips are coated with the Flamin’ Hot seasoning you know and love from Cheetos. It definitely packs heat at first, but then the cool pickle flavor helps cut the spiciness factor. You either love ’em or you hate ’em!

Want more from Lay’s? You can already try Fried Pickle Chips with Ranch from Lay’s collection of regional chip flavors. Don’t forget to take a peek at our ranking of the best Lay’s potato chips to find out which flavor reigns supreme, too.

Where can I get these hot pickle chips?

You can find Lay’s Flamin’ Hot Dill Pickle Chips in stores nationwide right now. They’re also listed on Target’s website as well as Walmart’s website. The chips are selling quickly, but now that Lay’s made them a permanent flavor, you can definitely wait for your grocery store to restock them. Enjoy these hot pickle chips at a barbecue or as a snack while you binge-watch food shows on Netflix.

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Read on for more facts about potato chips.

Originally called Saratoga chips, potato chips were invented by George Crum in 1853.

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The story goes that a disgruntled customer sent his potatoes back to the kitchen for being too thick. Crum, the chef, sliced the potatoes so that they were unusually thin. Then he fried and salted them. They were a hit!

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Potato chips have been available in grocery stores since 1895 when William Tappenden started delivering his homemade potato chips to his stores in Cleveland via horse-drawn wagon. Tappenden then opened one of the first potato chip factories in his barn.

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Now Americans eat about 1.2 billion pounds of potato chips each year!

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To make 3,500 pounds of potato chips you need 10,000 pounds of potatoes!

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The average person eats about 6 pounds of potato chips a year. That's 96 one-ounce bags!

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During the Super Bowl about 12 million potato chips are consumed!

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Chipping potatoes are the most common variety for potato chips. These mostly come from North Dakota, Pennsylvania and Florida.

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Americans spend over $7 billion dollars a year on potato chips.

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In England 'chips' are French fries and 'crisps' are potato chips.

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Potato chips are one of the most popular snacks in the world beating out tortilla chips.

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