Using Potato Chips

August 10, 2015

When I have those little "crumb" chips left in the bag, I grind them up in my "buzz" blender. Store in a container in the refrigerator, adding more as available. I add these crumbs to my mix a Tbsp. at a time when breading something.


To keep chips crisp and not getting soggy, store in the refrigerator (from Frito-Lay Customer Service).

For "fun" lay a piece of clean plain typing paper on a table or counter top and set a bag of unopened chips on top of it. Leave it overnight, then in the morning remove the bag. What do you see?

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February 26, 2002

What do you do with stale cereal, crackers and chips?

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August 5, 2019

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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March 25, 2010

I've thought of a way to get twice as much for my money when using the meat coatings that you "shake" in a plastic bag. I buy the store brand which saves me even more, then I mix each packet with an equal amount of finely crushed potato chips.

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