New Mexican Cheetos Street Corn will give you a combination of citrus and spice

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UPDATE: February 9, 2022 at 2:54 p.m.

If you didn’t get a chance to try Cheetos Mexican Street Corn when it was first released almost a year ago, you have a second chance. Frito-Lay has brought the snack back to the shelves, we can only assume, for a limited time.

Classic Mexican street corn consists of corn on the cob, mayonnaise, sour cream, lime juice and spices. People have also mashed up Flamin’ Hot Cheetos to put on corn, so Mexican Street Corn Cheetos doesn’t seem like a wacky bite. You can expect a spicy yet lemony treat to wake up your taste buds.

We can thank various Instagram accounts, including @threesnackateers, for alerting us that Frito-Lay has brought the snack back. In case these are a limited edition offer (again), don’t let the time pass without trying them!

ORIGINAL STORY: April 1, 2021 at 11:16 a.m.

For some, Cheetos isn’t just a snack, it’s the nibble. Frito-Lay knows this and continues to produce fun new creations that make it almost impossible not to try. The final snack that will allow us to do just that is Cheetos Mexican Street Corn.

For years, people have used mashed Cheetos to coat their corn on the cob to make Flamin’ Hot Elotes. This new snack, however, is traded because it’s Mexican street corn that’s coming to the Cheetos‘ territory. The classic side dish is corn on the cob coated in mayonnaise, sour cream, lime juice and spices. So now we can’t wait to see how these elements will be combined in the crunchy treat.

The Cheetos Mexican Street Corn rumors first appeared on the food Instagram account @markie_devo. Granted, the image was blurry, but it gave us something to look forward to. It looks like it’s almost time to enjoy the snack, as @markie_devo and @snackbetch got their hands on the actual bags (or at least pictures of them). Apparently the new Cheetos are set to release in May 2021.

As seen on the packaging, Chester Cheetah is holding a lime covered in what looks like Tajin chili powder. So we expect this crunchy bite to have a savory combination of sweetness, citrus and spice. We’ll keep you posted as Frito-Lay releases official information, because we’re just as excited about Cheetos Mexican Street Corn as you are.

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