I’m thrilled to be visiting the Southern Plate kitchen today!
I grew up on potato chip cookies. Didn’t realize they weren’t your normal variety until I was much older and got the questionable look from others. This special recipe is from my grandmother, Mama Ann and it is a great use for those bottom of the bag, left-over, nobody wants to eat potato chips. Just try it! They taste like shortbread and are so EASY to make!
I’d love for you to pop on over to Southern Plate for the recipe for a plate full of Mama Ann’s warm Potato Chip Cookies. There’s a story…Click HERE.
Plus, you may be interested in some of the Hodgepodge Southern Plate favorites. We’ve made it a routine, as part of our habit of Cooking Fun, to adapt Southern Plate recipes to fit our allergy-friendly needs:
- We shared our variation of Southern Plate’s No Bake Peanut Butter Balls on the SunButter blog. SunButter Balls with Homeschooled Kids
- Hodgepodgedad mentioned another favorite, No Bake Cafeteria Bars, on the SunButter blog around Father’s Day in his: A Dad’s Perspective: Steve discusses his favorite SunButter recipes
- Here’s another Southern Plate Sunbutter variation: SunButter No Bake Cookie Bites
- These are a huge breakfast-y sort of delight: Butter Rolls and Hash Brown Casserole
A big thank you to Southern Plate for inspiring afternoons of cooking fun. And for having me for a visit in your kitchen!
Love the facial expressions in your photos, but then again…good ol’ southern cooking will do that to you won’t it?!? Glad to see someone else has enjoyed potato chip cookies. Thanks for sharing some new ideas too:)
Most definitely Jenn! Glad to know a fellow potato chip cookie lover in you 🙂