Junk Food Fiasco: 15 Worst-Sounding Potato Chip Flavors

Potato chips are one of the most delicious parts of a July 4th barbecue. Of course, we try to stick to the baked, not-as-terrible-for-you kind (honest). But if we were to indulge in some fried, greasy goodness, you can bet we’d never nosh on any of these varieties. We found 15 of the weirdest, worst-sounding potato chip flavors on the market (a.k.a. crisps, abroad). Are you brave enough to crunch these chips?

1. Utz Crab Chips

2. Walkers Scottish Haggis Crisps

3. Doritos Late Night All-Nighter Cheeseburger Flavored Chips

4. Walkers English Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding Crisps

5. Shearer’s Home Run Hot Dog Chips

6. Walkers Irish Stew Crisps

7. Herr’s Heinz Ketchup Potato Chips

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8. Lay’s Seafood and Mayonnaise Flavored Potato Chips

9. Calbee Seaweed and Salt Crisps

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    • zanna

      I like Utts Crab Chips. They taste like old bay seasoning and are a widely enjoyed local novelty in the Chesabeake Bay area.

    • KT

      CRAB CHIPS TASTE LIKE OLD BAY! They are amazing and spicy. Everyone in Baltimore loves them!

    • vanilla beans

      I think I’m beginning to love your site, I love junk foods….

    • Donkaloosa

      Crab chips are awesome!!!! I had them when I visited Maryland and they are amazing. And addictive, I might add.

    • Nemephosis

      Oh God, I tried the Cheeseburger Doritos once. Ate two at once, and didn’t even manage to swallow them before I was throwing the bag away. ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING. They taste nothing like cheeseburgers, they’re just… I don’t know what it tastes like, how would one describe “awful” as a taste? Steer very much clear of these if you see them on your grocery store’s shelves.

    • stephanie

      Ketchup chips are amazing!!!!!!!!!! Come to Canada, we have them in every store. . . as well as dill pickle, all dressed, salt and vinegar, mesquite bbq, sour cream and onion, crispy bacon, mexican chili and au gratin (OMG YUM)

      We also have those roast chicken, they’re tasty!!!

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