SPOTTED: Lay’s Sweet & Salty Dipped Clusters

Lay s Sweet  Salty Dipped Clusters

Update: We tried it! Click here to read our review.

If you’ll excuse me, I have to buy some vanilla ice cream to prepare for when I purchase these. (Spotted by Ken at Walgreens.)

11 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Lay’s Sweet & Salty Dipped Clusters”

  1. Highly curious as to what’s actually *in* them. I can’t, for the life of me, make it out from that picture. Definitely looks and sounds unique, though!

  2. From the package: Lay’s Sweet & Salty Dipped Clusters are the perfect treat for the holiday season. A dipped potato snack with the perfect mix of salty and sweet in one. Small poppable goodness that is perfect for sharing or having out at your next holiday event or family gathering. Fa la la Lay’s.

    Ingredients: Potatoes, Sugar, Vegetable Oil (Canola, Corn, Soybean, And/Or Sunflower Oil), Maltodextrin (Made From Corn), Almonds, Brown Rice Flour, Vegetable Shortening (Canola Oil, Modified Palm And Palm Kernel Oil), Cocoa Powder, Rice, Whey, Skim Milk, Sea Salt, Salt, Corn Starch, Artificial Color (Yellow 5, Red 3, Blue 1, Red 40, Yellow 6, Blue 2), Soy Lecithin, Natural Flavor, Enzymes, Confectioner’s Glaze, Calcium Chloride, Antioxidants (Ascorbic Acid, Rosemary Extract), Carnauba Wax

  3. These seem like they have SUCH potential and this debut attempt seems to have failure written all over it. Maybe that’s why they didn’t have any room for descriptors on them…

    Why the addition of non-pareils…why!?!

    1. Why the addition of non-pareils…why!?!

      They appear to be green and red…. holiday themed for Christmas, the back of the bag says “”

      1. I know it’s to make them “holiday” snacks and i think that they’re just a really silly addition to these.

  4. They don’t look too enticing to me, but I gotta give Lay’s credit for constantly innovating!

  5. Am I the only one that finds the term “clusters” unappealing in a product name? The fact that these are mostly oil and sugar is kinda disappointing. It’d take literally 5 minutes to whip up something very similar using actual chocolate (but, yeah, effort and all that…)

  6. These… were not fantastic. It feels/tastes like there’s shoestring potatoes in there (like the PikNik brand).

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