Aldi's Bizarre Thanksgiving-Flavored Potato Chips Have People Talking

Making Thanksgiving dinner can come with an extra-large side of pressure, especially if you don't have years of experience cooking the meal under your belt. From dry turkey to gluey mashed potatoes to forgetting to bake the rolls, there's a lot that can go wrong — so it might be a good idea to have a backup plan should things take a turn for the worse. Aldi's new and strange Thanksgiving-flavored potato chips just might be the answer you're looking for (via Aisle of Shame).

While these chips are a little unusual, they could make for an interesting snack during cocktail hour. These new chips are essentially the main parts of the festive meal, packed into a single crunchy bite. Delish reports they are meant to taste like turkey and stuffing, which is quite a bold pick for a potato chip flavor, but is definitely something that grabs your attention and makes passing up the novelty difficult.

Here's what you need to know about Aldi's Thanksgiving chips

The exclusive Clancy's Turkey and Stuffing flavored wavy potato chips (via Potato Pro) are slated to start appearing in Aldi stores this month, according to Delish. Each 9.5-ounce bag will sell for just $1.69, which means you'll definitely want to pick up several of them before Thanksgiving (via Aldi). Snacking on these wavy chips seems like the perfect way to get in the turkey day spirit all month long. Plus, you might even decide you want to incorporate the tasty snack into one of your meal's dishes.

While Delish suggests using these turkey and stuffing flavored chips in a sweet treat like cookies, there are so many options if you get creative. One dish that we think could benefit from Thanksgiving-themed potato chips is a casserole. From your classic green bean variety to cheesy mashed potatoes, you could crush up the holiday flavored chips to add a savory, crunchy twist on top of these baked dishes. It couldn't get much better than that, so be sure to keep an eye out for these bags of chips at your local Aldi. You'll definitely want to stock up before they're gone.