Thursday, May 3, 2012

Potato Chip Cookies!


I need to you to stop whatever you are doing and make these cookies.  


They.  Are.  Good.


Potato Chip Cookies

1 c. butter
1/2 c. sugar
2 c. flour
1 tsp. vanilla
1/2 c. chopped nuts
1/2 c. crushed potato chips

Mix all ingredients. Roll into small balls; flatten with bottom of glass dipped in sugar. Bake at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes.

Dip these suckers in chocolate or just smear some across the top.

I took these to work this week and I do believe my co-workers are now constructing a statue of me in the office wing.  

You need to make these cookies.  


Butter (Dairy)

Potato Chips (Vegetables)

Pecans (Protein)

Flour (Grains)

Sugar (for Energy)

Vanilla (better you get it here rather than chewing on a scented candle)

Really, it's a health issue if you think about it.



Catherine said...

My girlfriend makes these all the time ~ aren't they heavenly? Mmmm... makes my hips grow just looking at them. ;)
xo Catherine

My Mind's Eye said...

OH MY GOODNESS BB where do you find this most delicious recipes?
Heck we could have those for breakfast they have so many good nutritional ingredients.
Hugs and a big TU

Teresa Evangeline said...

Sweet and salty. Heavenly combo.

Laura said...

Sounds like just what is needed here!

Leah J. Utas said...

Health food for heaven's sake. They sound good.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Chewing on a scented candle isn't much fun anyway.

Leanne said...

I've decided that you must be dark Betty . . . For only "Dark Betty" would haunt me with POTATO CHIP COOKIES and THEN smear CHOCOLATE on them!!!!!!!!


For shame, dark Betty, that you live so far from me. For shame!!!!!! ;)


Alison said...

Well, don't forget one of the side benefits: an excuse to buy potato chips and chocolate! Miss Chef will defile your name for enabling my two greatest snack addictions...but probably not after she tastes these. hee hee

CiCi said...

I will give them a try, using my almond flour and have my gluten free friends share with me.

Old Kitty said...

You mean crisps right?!!? Crisps in cookies?!!? That's essential! We love crisps in cookies! Yes please! Oh but what flavour crisps!?!? Oh gosh! Decisions!

Take care

Green Monkey said...

I love how spinach is balanced with cookie!

Pearl said...

Never heard of this but now I want it.


Gail Dixon said...

The sweet and salty marriage sounds divine!

Ms. A said...

Thank you... I just might be able to handle these!

Brian said...

I just know they smell terrific too!

Gigi said...

Potato chips...inside cookies? Sounds intriguing. I may have to try this.

Joyful said...

They look positively scrumptious1

Connie said...

Yummy! Thanks for the recipe, Betty. :)

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

One of my children brought these cookies home from his family living class at school and we made them. Very delicious.

Lin said...

I'm not wasting something so yummy on my co-workers!

faye said...

I'll try it...
a statue would be nice too !!

jenny_o said...

Somehow I think you're getting better comments on all these baked yummy things than you would be if you posted your exercise schedule!!

These look GOOD.

Pat Tillett said...

It sounds yummy and like health food to me!

Carrie Lynne said...

I have never heard of these.will have to try them for sure. Thanks