These limited-edition treats take the “holiday flavors” concept to a whole new level!
Pringles debuted these flavored chips for the 2012 Christmas season. Our editor sampled them and reported back that each flavor is both salty and sweet.
Interested in trying Pizza Hut’s Christmas Pizza? You’ll be disappointed to learn that it’s only available in China, Japan and Singapore (where it’s served up with ham, pineapple, corn, green peppers, and cheese—and a cherry on top).
These festive Doritos, which are roast turkey flavored and shaped like Christmas trees, are unfortunately only sold in Taiwan.
Fans of the salty-and-sweet combination might like Chex Mix’s Muddy Buddies Peppermint Bark flavor.
Baskin-Robbins first introduced their turkey cake in 1976. Since then, they’ve also added individual drumsticks cakes, which are made with sugar cones.
Oreo fans looking to try something new might test out this limited edition gingerbread flavor.
Target’s Market Pantry brand sells this limited edition holiday milk, which promises to taste just like red velvet chocolate.
Kellogg’s Frosted Pumpkin Pie Pop Tarts are filled with pumpkin-pie filling, nutmeg, cinnamon and clove.
Polar introduced these seasonal seltzer flavors in 2011.
Another salty-and-sweet combination: Pretzel Crisps seasonal treats, which come in both dark and white chocolate (with peppermint!) flavors.