Pringles made Thanksgiving dinner in chip form, and you can buy it beginning at 8:59 p.m. PST TONIGHT (Election Night).

Last year, Pringles made chips with different Thanksgiving flavors, but it was just a test. They weren't for sale. But what an idea. An entire Thanksgiving meal's worth of flavors in one package. There were originally eight different very familiar flavors: turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, mac & cheese, creamed corn, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie.

The test must have gone ridiculously well, because now they are on sale, baby.

When it's time, tonight, you better hustle to www.kelloggstore.com because supplies are limited. They won't be sold in stores and cost more than the average can of Pringles, which sell for around $2 at most stores.

Sold as a three-pack of mini cans, the Pringles Thanksgiving crisps are $14.99.

Last year's special chips came packaged in a TV-dinner-style tray with separate sections for the flavors.