Snacking Through Super Bowl
Among other things, Chef Chris Scott is an expert on all things to do with tailgating and food parties. He’ll be reporting live from Frito-Lay’s Casa de Crunch at the site of the Big Game in Miami to show off his big game party tips and latest and greatest snacks from Frito-Lay.
Chef Scott will give a tour of the tasty venue and share how to create a great party with fan-favorite Tostitos, Doritos, Cheetos, and Lay’s which all have an amazing array of new snacks debuting in time for the biggest snacking day of the year.
Great snacks are a must for every watch party. Frito-Lay says that according to the latest U.S. Snack Index, 90 percent of Americans say Super Bowl is not complete without snacks and dips.
With 83 million Super Bowl parties expected to take place this year, Frito-Lay says that they have all the snacks needed to get your guests excited.
The Casa De Crunch experience is in Miami through Super Bowl. It’s an actual house with rooms themed to Frito-Lay snacks including Tostitos, Doritos, Cheetos and Lay’s. All four brands have new products that launched just in time for Super Bowl. Guests visiting Miami for the event can come in and try all the new snacks from Frito-Lay, and everyone at home can find them at retailers nationwide now.
FAVORITE NEW SNACKS
This year, just in time for the Super Bowk, Frito-Lay has announced new flavors from Tostitos, Doritos, Cheetos and Lay’s. Tostitos feels they have the perfect new pairing for Super Bowl parties: Tostitos Strips and Avocado Salsa.
Two new, bold flavors are now available from Doritos: Flamin’ Hot Limon that brings the heat with a twist and the new Doritos Cool Ranch that is now packed with even more Cool Ranch flavor. Embrace the Cheetle, the official name for Cheetos dust on fingers with the newest product from Cheetos, Cheetos Popcorn, that comes in both cheddar and Flamin’ Hot flavors. Finally, there are three new Lay’s flavors, including Lay’s Cheddar Jalapeño, Lay’s Poppables Sea Salt & Vinegar and Lay’s Kettle Cooked Flamin’ Hot. ◊