Hula Hoops launches new flavoured potato rings you cook in the oven

Everyone loves a pack of Hula Hoops, whether you’re a beef fan or prefer original.

The crunchy, salty hoops are perfect for lunchtime – especially when eaten off of the ends of your fingers.

It just has to be done, that’s the rules.

Now, Hula Hoop-lovers can add a new foodie treat to their shopping baskets which will work great for tea time.

The beloved snack now comes in a frozen potato ring form that we never knew we needed, but now can’t live without.

Each potato hoop is coated in a crispy outer and boasts a fluffy inside – kind of like a potato smiley, but loop-shaped.

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All you need to do is whack them on a tray and put them in the oven until golden.

And, they come in multiple delicious flavours including: BBQ beef, original, cheese and onion and salt and vinegar.

Just like their crisp equivalents!

You can grab a bag of the Hula Hoop potato rings for just £1.50 from Iceland or Food Warehouse from April 12.

Instagram poster, johnssnackreviews, got his hands on a bag of the BBQ beef rings.

He said: “They smell exactly like beef hula hoop crisps.

“Have a nice fluffy potato taste and a nice crispy skin.

“Good portion and makes a nice snack.”

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