Lay’s Just Dropped Salted Caramel Potato Chips, and We’re Already Obsessed

Salted Caramel Lay's puts a fun twist on everyone's favorite classic potato chip.

Potato chips might seem like a simple snack, but Lay’s always takes them to the next level with their inventive flavors. Just recently, Lay’s launched a line of chips inspired by restaurants, and we can’t forget about their Fried Pickles with Ranch chips flavor that rocked our taste buds over the summer. But why limit chips to only salty or savory flavors?

Sometimes, you might be looking for something sweet and crunchy to snack on, and Lay’s new chip flavor will hit the spot. Salted Caramel Lay’s packs in so much salty and caramel-y goodness into a single bite. We’ll never have normal chips again!

All About Lay’s Newest Flavor

Yep, you heard us right. Caramel isn’t just for sweet and salty popcorn anymore. Sweet and salty combos always satisfy any flavor craving, so we can’t wait to try Salted Caramel Lay’s. These thin, crispy chips will have plenty of caramel flavor that you can’t get from any regular old potato chip. For anyone with a sweet tooth, this chip is definitely worth trying out since Lay’s flavors tend to be more savory.

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There are still so many Lay’s flavors to pick from if you’re not craving caramel. Here are our favorites.

Here’s Where to Find Them

You can grab a bag of Salted Caramel Lay’s at Walmart, Kroger and other retailers nationwide, though they don’t appear to be available online. You’ll have to head in-store for these guys, and they’re a steal, each retailing for only $2 a pop. This flavor is only on shelves for a limited time, so you’ll want to be on the lookout for these the next them you go shopping—or order grocery delivery.

If you love sweet and salty snacks, make sure to snag Salted Caramel Lay’s before they’re gone for good!

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