Just in time for the holiday season, Pringles is bringing back three Thanksgiving-inspired flavors.

While the original 2017 release included flavors such as mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, creamed corn and green bean casserole, the company decided to return only with three flavors.

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For a limited time, you can enjoy turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie flavored chips. Yum.

Why those three flavors? Well, they’re the most accurate, according to Pringles parent company Kellogg’s.

“When we launched Pringles Thanksgiving Dinner last year, it was so exciting to see Pringles fans’ positive reactions celebrating how insanely accurate the flavors were,” says Yuvraj Arora, senior vice president of marketing for Kellogg’s U.S. Snacks division. “We knew that we had to get Pringles Thanksgiving flavors in more people’s hands this year—particularly hearing that turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie not only were delicious, but truly tasted like the real deal.”

The turkey flavor is described as tasting like a traditional oven-roasted turkey. Stuffing chips taste like their herb-y counterparts, and the pumpkin pie chips are “sweet and spiced.” It’s a full Thanksgiving meal all in one easily packaged chip form.

And speaking of packages, the three flavors are sold in tins mimicking canned goods. You can buy all three together for $14.99 from Kellogg’s and other major grocery retailers, starting Nov. 6 at 11:59 p.m. You can pick it up on Kellogg’s website here.
Ramen-flavored Pringles?

This isn’t the first time they’ve gotten weird with its flavors. Previously, the chip brand released a ramen-inspired flavor. Because apparently ramen and chips go hand in hand, there’s also Pringle-flavored ramen.

The chip brand sold chicken-bone soy sauce and squid fried noodle flavors. This is also not the first time it has had a ramen flavor.

Top Ramen chicken-flavored chips began selling exclusively in Dollar General stores in April and throughout the summer. This limited-edition flavor can still be found in some store locations.

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