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I think it is pretty standard to use crumbs from chips, snacks, etc. for breading or meatloaf, but try taking the little crumbies from potato chips and put them in a bowl, add milk and sugar, and eat them like cereal. Sweet and salty, and SO yummy.
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I'm looking for simple recipes where I can use up potato chip crumbs. There always seems to be a ton of them in the bottom of the bag and it's ashame to let them go to waste. I have put them on top of tuna casserole before.
You can use them to coat chicken and other meats. Just dip the meat in a egg wash (1 tbsp water/egg) and dip in the potato chips. Fry it up!
Add to any biscuit recipe.
Put them on the top of scalloped potatoes or anyplace that you would use breadcrumbs.
Recently I was fixing salmon patties and was going to use cracker crumbs when I thought of the potato chips I had in the freezer. It tasted great, just leave out the salt. You could use them in meat loaf or about anything of that kind. Good Luck!
I put mine on baked potatos, soup, and salads. I also use sweetened cereal and cookie crumbs on ice cream, hot cereal, and yogurt.
I see someone has already posted a recipe for potato chip cookies. I have made these for years and they are VERY tasty. The kids love them!