SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Boulder Canyon Backyard BBQ Peach Cobbler Kettle Chips

Boulder Canyon Backyard BBQ Peach Cobbler Kettle Chipsc

Yum? (Spotted by Robbie at At Home.)

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11 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Boulder Canyon Backyard BBQ Peach Cobbler Kettle Chips”

  1. Oh heck yea!! Those look absolutely amazing! What a novel flavor idea! Oreo, take notes!

    Too bad I’ve never heard of the store Marvo said these were spotted in and will probably never see them or get to try them 🙁

    1. It’s funny because where I found them is a huge mega store that focuses on home decor…and when you check out…they have different types of munchies like these…I always feel you find the coolest things in the places you’d never think!

      1. Lol no doubt! Well that gives me hope then. About 45 minutes from me there are several stores like that. Menards, Lowe’s, Sams etc. I’ll check them out!

          1. Yeah, I would check Home Goods, Marshalls, TJ Maxx, etc. They have food brands that aren’t usually sold elsewhere.

  2. I’ve seen the brand at World Market but haven’t been lately. Hope they have these.

  3. They’re horrible. Seriously. I found them at Fresh Market in Norfolk, VA along with a corn flavor, and a bratwurst flavor. The corn flavor was delicious, but I didn’t buy the bratwurst.

  4. I disagree with Jessica. These chips are incredible. Tart peaches and a little cinnamon. I was with two friends and we were all impressed.

    1. Not even my two small children wanted to eat them after the first taste, and they’ll literally eat anything.

  5. I was surprised by these and, after eating a few and getting used to them, kinda loved them. I found them, and the corn flavored ones (also good!), at my neighborhood Foodtown here in Brooklyn.

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