The Most Popular Ruffles Potato Chip Flavors

Ruffles are iconic and the classic star of parties, picnics, and snack time.

Large bags of Ruffles potato chips

The original ridged chip is perfect for catching and holding any dip you want to plunge it into. And that fried, crispy, salty potato flavor is out of this world. 

Ruffles come in so many great flavors you don’t even have to dip them if you don’t want to. Or you could experiment with your favorite Ruffles flavors and your favorite dips and spreads.

You can even use them in unconventional places in your cooking. 

However you eat your Ruffles, see how your favorites rank on our list of the best Ruffles flavors. 

Cheddar and Sour Cream Ruffles

Cheddar and Sour Cream Ruffles blend the flavors of smooth, rich cheddar cheese and the tangy mellowness of sour cream.

The sour cream takes the cheesiness to places other chips dream of. This is a chip that will add a smile to every plate.

It’s a tremendous eat-alone flavor that you can pack in your bag just in case you get snacky on the road. 

Original Ruffles

Original Ruffles are a salty, hearty treasure of a chip. Simple, but full of possibility.

Are you having a Superbowl party, a birthday party, or some friends over for no particular reason?

When in doubt, pick up a bag of Original Ruffles. There’s nothing plain about this chip.

Grab a selection of dips to satisfy anyone’s flavor needs. These also go great beside a sandwich to add a little salt to the meal. 

All-Dressed Ruffles

The All-Dressed Ruffles is one of the best Ruffles flavors from Canada. What does all-dressed mean?

Have you ever taken a cup to a soda machine and mixed all the flavors? The All-Dressed Ruffles is the chip equivalent to that.

It comes seasoned with ketchup, salt, vinegar, barbeque, sour cream, and onion. Savory, sweet, and salty, this is all the chips in one. 

Sour Cream and Onion Ruffles

Consistently rated high on the rankings of best chip flavors, the Sour Cream and Onion Ruffles are a pairing of cool, creamy sour cream and the herbal zestiness of green onion.

It’s like having dip all over your chip without getting your fingers dirty! For a bit of fun, use these as breading for homemade chicken nuggets.

Queso Cheese Flavored Ruffles

The Mexican restaurant-inspired Queso Cheese Flavored Ruffles are smothered with queso cheese, peppers, and spices.

It is a smoky, cheesy, and spicy Ruffle. Try them alone, with a seven-layer dip, or even as a base for nachos. 

Flamin’ Hot Ruffles

Flamin Hot flavors have taken picnic tables and lunchboxes by storm.

If you’re a Ruffles fan, try their addition to the cannon, the Flamin Hot Ruffles.

It’s that bright red, spicy flavor that will stain your fingertips and add excitement to the side of a bologna sandwich.

If you want to get crazy, crumble some up to sprinkle over a boring salad. 

Check out other spicy chips if you love these!

Jalapeno Ranch Ruffles

Ranch fans, don’t feel left out! If you don’t mind a bit of spice, the Jalapeno Ranch Ruffles might be the best Ruffles flavor for you.

They have the herbal tang you want from the ranch with the addition of the spicy, green kick of jalapeno.

Try with grilled cheese for a bit of jalapeno popper flavor action. 

Flamin Hot BBQ

If the regular Flamin Hot is a little one-note for you, you are in luck.

The Flamin Hot BBQ Ruffles blends the spicy Flamin Hot seasoning with BBQ’s classic sweet and smoky flavor, adding a nuance of flavor to your burn.

These are a must-eat at a cookout full of grilled hamburgers and hot dogs. 

Flamin Hot Cheddar & Sour Cream

Another flavor designed in collaboration with NBA players, the Flamin Hot Cheddar and Sour Cream Ruffles, takes that over-the-top spice of Flamin Hot and mellows it out a touch with the smooth cheddar and cool sour cream flavors.

They’ll still burn your mouth, but the flavor has more depth. Be bold and try these instead of breadcrumbs for your next meatloaf. 

Lime & Jalapeno Ruffles

At the bottom of our list of the best Ruffles flavors, the Lime & Jalapeno Ruffles blends the bite of jalapeno with the citrusy zing of lime.

These Ruffles are oddly hot and refreshing.

They would be great served with guacamole, pico de gallo, or a plate of homemade enchiladas.

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Written by Brian Nagele

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