Pringles Stix Honey Butter

While shopping one day, I decided to pick up a new snack to try … Pringles Stix Honey Butter. I wasn’t entirely sure what they would taste like but they reminded me of the hard “bread sticks” that are sold packaged up.
Opening the package the stix resemble a lighter colored pretzel. They’re crunchy yet softer, if that makes sense at all. As one would assume, they’ve got a very distinct honey butter flavor which makes them more of a “dessert” type snack. The honey is far more noticeable than the butter but they are quite good.  These are one of the most flavorful varieties out of the brand that I have tried so far.
A serving (for the product in this bags packaging) is 1 ounce – which is 130 calories or 3 points plus values. If you purchase the Stix that are individually wrapped and sold in a box, the points plus values decreases to 2.
Have you tried any of the Pringles Stix?

Fat Free Sour Cream & Onion Pringles

These Fat Free Sour Cream & Onion Pringles have been a staple on my grocery list for years.  Sour cream and onion is one of my favorite potato chips flavors.  I admit, I don’t purchase them often because even though I love potato chips buying a whole bag of regular full fat sour cream and onion chips just isn’t really worth it for me.
When I first saw that Pringles offered a Fat Free version of their sour cream and onion chips, I was intrigued and figured out what the points plus values were.  It was really low, actually half the points plus values of regular potato chips and the serving size was as plentiful as regular chips.  I admit, I was really hesitant at first and assumed it would taste like cardboard.  Thankfully, I was wrong.
I was really surprised with how good these Pringles are!  They taste just like the original full-fat Pringles. You get 15 crisps in a serving size and they are only 2 points plus values!  They are great as a snack and are perfect to pair alongside a sandwich.
The one downside is they are somewhat hard to find. My regular grocery store doesn’t carry them – but I’ve been able to find them at Target, Walmart and K-Mart.
Have you tried the fat free Pringles?