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Ketchup chips best tasting.

Before lay's changed their ketchup chips taste, they had some really tasty ketchup chips, now they're bland, right now what is the best ketchup chips available in Toronto/scarborough?

the 80's had some amazing tasting ketchup chips.

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  1. Growing up in the 80's Hostess used to be my fave ketchup flavor chips. Now if I am in the mood I go for Herr's brand--you can usually find them at Loblaws or No Frills.

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    1. re: ParsleySage

      Old Dutch Ketchup.. hard to find sometimes but so worth the effort. Corner stores usually carry them sometimes the grocery stores do too.

      1. re: MiniMom

        the best thing in life?
        getting that Old Dutch ketchup chip that's DARK RED.

        mmmmm

    2. The 80's had some amazing tasting chips period. Those were Hostess before Hostess were bought by Lays. If you remember Lays chips were gawd awful!!! until they purchased Hostess and basically swapped the labeling on the hostess bags to the Lays brand. Not sure if they have since changed the recipe however I enjoy the different PC choices for flavoured chips

      1. GOTTA BE HERR'S!! Heinz ketchup flavour at No Frills, they are COATED

          1. Not sure if Krispers can be counted as chips but the ketchup flavour was my fave. Nearly ate a whole bag by myself in one go! Love them.

              1. I actually really like the new lays kettle cooked chips(ketchup of course)

                1. Not a huge fan of ketchup chips but I recently had Herrs at a friend's house and they were excellent. It's the only brand of ketchup chips I really enjoyed.... so far.

                  1. +1

                    herr's ketchup is pretty intense, and if i recall they are rippled so another plus (for my tastes). herr's ranch is definitely one of my favourites - much more tangy than other ranch snacks, almost a hint of heat. herr's cheddar is weak and their bbq rib is average.

                    misc from the 80s: o'grady's au gratin. mmm...

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                    1. re: ta0126

                      Best I ever had was at La Ronde in Montreal where they make fresh potato chips, season them with one of the common flavors(bbq, S&V, Ketchup etc...), and they were still warm and soo addictive. I wish a takeout place in this city would make that their signature side, I mean, for a few bucks you could sell a brown bag of chips seasoned to your liking, and that would go great with a burger!

                      Anyway, i think Lays has these new Kettle Cooked chips that are great, I love the BBQ, a nice sweet flavor, but I think they have ketchup too. That might be worth a try...

                      1. re: jmarcroyal

                        Herrs are good and I have a soft spot for Uncle Rays ketchup. Totally different flavour than other ketchup chips I've tried. Plus they're super-cheap.

                        1. re: jamesm

                          where might one find Herrs chips?

                          1. re: jmarcroyal

                            all no frills and sometimes loblaws superstore

                            1. re: jmarcroyal

                              I have bought them at Walmart before, and Price Choppers.

                      2. definitely the dark red old dutch...*drool*