You can taste the flavors of the state fairs of the Midwest in Lay's® Fried Pickles with Ranch Flavored Potato Chips (15.25 oz.). It's no surprise that this flavor made it through to the shelf. After seeing how well Lay's Dill Pickle Chips were received, the company had to know this new flavor of pickle potato chips would be a hit as well.
How Are the Lay's Fried Pickles with Ranch Flavored Potato Chips Seasoned?
Lay's worked with experts from the Midwest to create a Fried Pickles with Ranch Seasoning that would taste as much like the actual food as possible so that these pickle flavored chips would be an authentic representation of that area's cuisine. Some of the spices and other ingredients are garlic powder, yogurt powder, canola oil, sugar, onion powder, tomato powder, paprika and sour cream.
What is the Nutritional Content of Lay's Fried Pickles and Ranch Flavored Potato Chips?
These Lay's pickle chips have 160 calories per serving. There are 10 grams of fat and no trans fats. Each serving only has 150 milligrams of sodium. The total carbohydrates are 15 grams per serving, which includes 1 gram of dietary fiber and 1 gram of sugar. You'll also get 2 grams of protein.
How Many Servings Are in This Bag of Lay's Potato Chips?
This large bag has around 15 servings in it. The serving size is 1 ounce of chips. That's about 15 chips per serving. This bag is good for taking on picnics or having out at get-togethers so you can share it with friends and family.
Is This One of the New Lay's Chips Flavors?
Yes, it absolutely is. In 2018, Lay's rolled out a campaign called the "Tastes of America" to find flavor inspirations that would represent popular foods in different areas of the country. Fried Pickles with Ranch was one of the flavors that was launched out of that campaign in the summer of 2018. The other seven flavors were Chile con Queso, Deep Dish Pizza, New England Lobster Roll, Cajun Spice, Sweet Thai Chili, Pimento Cheese and Chesapeake Crab Bay Spice.