GIVEAWAY: Lay’s Regional Flavors – A Taste from Home

I have a very exciting giveaway to share with you guys! Frito Lay is celebrating the unique flavors and cuisines from regions all over the country and these flavors and cuisines inspired Frito-Lay’s new delicious lineup of Lay’s Regional Flavors made with all-natural ingredients. And ONE lucky reader is going to win a variety pack of Lay’s Regional Flavors potato chips! YUM! 

In order to enter this giveaway..

  • You must leave a comment HERE (Not Facebook), telling us the flavors or recipes that remind YOU of home.
  • For an additional entry Like” Savvy Student Shopper on Facebook and come back to this post to leave comment #2 telling me you did. If you’re already a Facebook fan, your comment #2 can tell me that too.
Your variety pack will include these yummy flavors:
  • Balsamic Sweet Onion
  • Chipotle Ranch
  • Tangy Carolina BBQ
  • Garden and Tomato Basil
  • Honey Mustard
  • Creamy Garden Ranch
  • Cajun Herb and Spice
I am looking forward to the Cajun Herb and Spice and Chipotle Ranch -YUMMY!
And now it’s my turn to share my Taste from Home! Who knows, maybe it’ll strike up new flavor idea!

Maryland Crab Soup
This is a recipe that I have grown up with. My grandmother has made this soup for too many years to count. It’s a regular dish our family enjoys multiple times a year.
  • 2 Large of cans tomatoes
  • 3 Bags of Frozen Mixed Vegetables
  • 2 chopped Onions
  • 3 Tablespoons Old Bay Seasoning
  • 1/2 lb cooked beef
  • A few slices of raw bacon chopped
  • 1 pound blue crab meat
  • Steamed crab claws, pieces
  • Salt/Pepper to taste
  • Parsley and Thyme to taste
  • 2 Bay Leaves
  • 1 gallon water (approximately)


  1. Start broth with beef chunks, bacon, and bay leaves in a large pot of water. Bring to boil.
  2. Add all vegetables, crab meat and seasonings.
  3. Cover and simmer for a few hours, no rushing! The soup freezes well too!
Serve with steamed craps, shrimp, corn on the cob 🙂


Good luck on the giveaway! I’ll contact the winner via email (ending date unknown at the moment) and they’ll have 24 hours to respond with their address.
Disclosure:  Frito-Lay provided me and one lucky reader the chips to try and my blog post is a form of entry for a contest. All opinions are 100% mine.
105 replies
  1. Jessica says:

    Anything with Old Bay or J.O. on it reminds me of Maryland because you can’t get that stuff down here in SC. I love crab seasoning on popcorn. Not exactly a recipe, but it’s soooo good.

  2. Laura says:

    My mom’s delicious turkey dinner reminds me of home! I think the creamy garden ranch Lays sound yummy!


  3. Brianna S says:

    I would say that I always have liked fried chicken because it reminds me of home. I’d say anything with onion also reminds me of home.

  4. Lori says:

    i’m looking forward to the chipotle ranch and cajun spice.
    i was a very picky eater until my late twenties. i’m finally starting to enjoy and taste new stuff. 🙂

  5. Kayla says:

    Would love to try creamy garden ranch – reminds me of the ranch vegetable pizzas I used to eat as a kid!

  6. Jenny says:

    Tangy Carolina BBQ…what can get any better?! BBQ reminds me of home because we always smoke our own BBQ for family gatherings and special occassions:)

  7. Arica says:

    The Honey Mustard reminds me of my childhood. I still make honey mustard chicken when I get home sick. 🙂

  8. brandi says:

    the balsamic sweet onion reminds me of home, my parents love to use onions in homemade meals and balsamic dressing for our salad , yummy!

  9. Samantha D says:

    The tangy Carolina BBQ chips sound YUMMY!!! My fave recipe that always reminds me of home is my homemade chicken and noodles. It’s more like a stew then soup – thick and creamy


  10. megan says:

    Anything (everything) with garlic & parm cheese!
    Also buffalo wings with blue cheese & ranch – my dad is a firefighter & would make TONS of wings on special occasions (graduations, bdays, etc) @ home & @ the firestation! 🙂

  11. Brenda McClelland says:

    garden and tomato ranch, balsamic sweet onion, creamy garden ranch. these flavors remind me of home.

  12. Debbie Seevers says:

    I love Honey Mustard chicken and can’t wait to top my chicken with some crushed Honey Mustard Lays potato chips

  13. Karen Propes says:

    They all sound so good, but the Tangy Carolina BBQ would remind me of home. Live in NC and we have BBQ resturants everywhere. And I love BBQ!!!!!

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