Some Potato Chip Tricks

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.

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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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August 15, 20150 found this helpful

If you do this, keep them also for baked potatoes, soups and salads. I also do the same with sweetened cereal for pudding, ice cream and hot cereal. Great ideas abound!!

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September 1, 20180 found this helpful

I always have a lot of crumbs in different kinds of potato chips because the grandkids always munch them....so I squash them down and put in a jar and use them for my meatloaf....sometimes I have BBQ and regular chips...makes the meatloaf really good.....

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