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Chocolate Chip & Potato Chip Cookie Bars


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Photo by Julia Murphy

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 22 minutes
Total Time: 32 minutes

Servings: 24 bars

Ingredients:

2 cups all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup softened butter
1 cup light brown sugar
1/2 cup granulated sugar
2 large eggs
1 tablespoon vanilla
1 cup chocolate chips
3 cups kettle cooked potato chips

Directions:

1. Preheat oven to 325ºF and grease a 9″ x 13″ baking dish.
2. Mix flour, soda and salt together in medium bowl.

Photo by Julia Murphy

3. In a separate, larger bowl, cream butter and sugars together with a hand mixer. Add eggs and vanilla, and mix until combined.

Photo by Julia Murphy

4. Fold in chocolate chips first and then chips.

Photo by Julia Murphy

5. Press dough into the pan so everywhere is covered.

Photo by Julia Murphy

6. Bake in center rack for 22 minutes, remove and let cool before eating.

Photo by Julia Murphy

Want more sweet treats? Check these out:

  • Homemade Lollipops
  • Easy Peasy Peanut Butter Rice Krispie Treats
  • Apricot Crisp
  • Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Muffins

The post Chocolate Chip & Potato Chip Cookie Bars appeared first on Spoon University.


Let’s talk about name-brand groceries for a moment. Do you buy them? Do you buy store brand? Do you really pay much attention?

I have always been one to consider the store brand when making purchases, with most things, that is. They usually do not fail me and they almost always save a few bucks!

However, there are certain things that are no-questions-asked-buy-the-real-thing kind of groceries. For example – in our house, the only mayonnaise we buy is Hellman’s. My husband practically requires Hellman’s. You will never find store-brand ranch dressing, only Hidden Valley takes residence in our fridge. You all know how I feel about sugar – I’m pretty partial to Imperial. And I grew up with nothing other than JIF peanut butter in the pantry. I don’t buy much cereal but when I do, I buy the real stuff. And lastly, potato chips just won’t do unless they are the real deal.


Growing up I always remember these certain “splurges” at the store that my mom allowed. We didn’t get chips very often but when we did, Cape Cod Chips are what we chose, and still do. Cape Cod chips are one of my #1 favorite road trip snacks – give me an iced tea and a bag of Sea Salt and Vinegar chips and I’m good to go!

And since it’s National Potato Chip Day, I thought we should celebrate with a sweet and salty treat – Chocolate Chunk Potato Chip Bars. I’m a fan of sweet-and-salty treats. I’m a huge fan of potato chips in my cookies and if you have never tried it, you should wait NO longer, my friends. It will blow you away!

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Let’s talk about name-brand groceries for a moment. Do you buy them? Do you buy store brand? Do you really pay much attention?

I have always been one to consider the store brand when making purchases, with most things, that is. They usually do not fail me and they almost always save a few bucks!

However, there are certain things that are no-questions-asked-buy-the-real-thing kind of groceries. For example – in our house, the only mayonnaise we buy is Hellman’s. My husband practically requires Hellman’s. You will never find store-brand ranch dressing, only Hidden Valley takes residence in our fridge. You all know how I feel about sugar – I’m pretty partial to Imperial. And I grew up with nothing other than JIF peanut butter in the pantry. I don’t buy much cereal but when I do, I buy the real stuff. And lastly, potato chips just won’t do unless they are the real deal.


Growing up I always remember these certain “splurges” at the store that my mom allowed. We didn’t get chips very often but when we did, Cape Cod Chips are what we chose, and still do. Cape Cod chips are one of my #1 favorite road trip snacks – give me an iced tea and a bag of Sea Salt and Vinegar chips and I’m good to go!

And since it’s National Potato Chip Day, I thought we should celebrate with a sweet and salty treat – Chocolate Chunk Potato Chip Bars. I’m a fan of sweet-and-salty treats. I’m a huge fan of potato chips in my cookies and if you have never tried it, you should wait NO longer, my friends. It will blow you away!

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Let’s talk about name-brand groceries for a moment. Do you buy them? Do you buy store brand? Do you really pay much attention?

I have always been one to consider the store brand when making purchases, with most things, that is. They usually do not fail me and they almost always save a few bucks!

However, there are certain things that are no-questions-asked-buy-the-real-thing kind of groceries. For example – in our house, the only mayonnaise we buy is Hellman’s. My husband practically requires Hellman’s. You will never find store-brand ranch dressing, only Hidden Valley takes residence in our fridge. You all know how I feel about sugar – I’m pretty partial to Imperial. And I grew up with nothing other than JIF peanut butter in the pantry. I don’t buy much cereal but when I do, I buy the real stuff. And lastly, potato chips just won’t do unless they are the real deal.


Growing up I always remember these certain “splurges” at the store that my mom allowed. We didn’t get chips very often but when we did, Cape Cod Chips are what we chose, and still do. Cape Cod chips are one of my #1 favorite road trip snacks – give me an iced tea and a bag of Sea Salt and Vinegar chips and I’m good to go!

And since it’s National Potato Chip Day, I thought we should celebrate with a sweet and salty treat – Chocolate Chunk Potato Chip Bars. I’m a fan of sweet-and-salty treats. I’m a huge fan of potato chips in my cookies and if you have never tried it, you should wait NO longer, my friends. It will blow you away!

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Let’s talk about name-brand groceries for a moment. Do you buy them? Do you buy store brand? Do you really pay much attention?

I have always been one to consider the store brand when making purchases, with most things, that is. They usually do not fail me and they almost always save a few bucks!

However, there are certain things that are no-questions-asked-buy-the-real-thing kind of groceries. For example – in our house, the only mayonnaise we buy is Hellman’s. My husband practically requires Hellman’s. You will never find store-brand ranch dressing, only Hidden Valley takes residence in our fridge. You all know how I feel about sugar – I’m pretty partial to Imperial. And I grew up with nothing other than JIF peanut butter in the pantry. I don’t buy much cereal but when I do, I buy the real stuff. And lastly, potato chips just won’t do unless they are the real deal.


Growing up I always remember these certain “splurges” at the store that my mom allowed. We didn’t get chips very often but when we did, Cape Cod Chips are what we chose, and still do. Cape Cod chips are one of my #1 favorite road trip snacks – give me an iced tea and a bag of Sea Salt and Vinegar chips and I’m good to go!

And since it’s National Potato Chip Day, I thought we should celebrate with a sweet and salty treat – Chocolate Chunk Potato Chip Bars. I’m a fan of sweet-and-salty treats. I’m a huge fan of potato chips in my cookies and if you have never tried it, you should wait NO longer, my friends. It will blow you away!

/>

Print Recipe


Let’s talk about name-brand groceries for a moment. Do you buy them? Do you buy store brand? Do you really pay much attention?

I have always been one to consider the store brand when making purchases, with most things, that is. They usually do not fail me and they almost always save a few bucks!

However, there are certain things that are no-questions-asked-buy-the-real-thing kind of groceries. For example – in our house, the only mayonnaise we buy is Hellman’s. My husband practically requires Hellman’s. You will never find store-brand ranch dressing, only Hidden Valley takes residence in our fridge. You all know how I feel about sugar – I’m pretty partial to Imperial. And I grew up with nothing other than JIF peanut butter in the pantry. I don’t buy much cereal but when I do, I buy the real stuff. And lastly, potato chips just won’t do unless they are the real deal.


Growing up I always remember these certain “splurges” at the store that my mom allowed. We didn’t get chips very often but when we did, Cape Cod Chips are what we chose, and still do. Cape Cod chips are one of my #1 favorite road trip snacks – give me an iced tea and a bag of Sea Salt and Vinegar chips and I’m good to go!

And since it’s National Potato Chip Day, I thought we should celebrate with a sweet and salty treat – Chocolate Chunk Potato Chip Bars. I’m a fan of sweet-and-salty treats. I’m a huge fan of potato chips in my cookies and if you have never tried it, you should wait NO longer, my friends. It will blow you away!

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Print Recipe


Let’s talk about name-brand groceries for a moment. Do you buy them? Do you buy store brand? Do you really pay much attention?

I have always been one to consider the store brand when making purchases, with most things, that is. They usually do not fail me and they almost always save a few bucks!

However, there are certain things that are no-questions-asked-buy-the-real-thing kind of groceries. For example – in our house, the only mayonnaise we buy is Hellman’s. My husband practically requires Hellman’s. You will never find store-brand ranch dressing, only Hidden Valley takes residence in our fridge. You all know how I feel about sugar – I’m pretty partial to Imperial. And I grew up with nothing other than JIF peanut butter in the pantry. I don’t buy much cereal but when I do, I buy the real stuff. And lastly, potato chips just won’t do unless they are the real deal.


Growing up I always remember these certain “splurges” at the store that my mom allowed. We didn’t get chips very often but when we did, Cape Cod Chips are what we chose, and still do. Cape Cod chips are one of my #1 favorite road trip snacks – give me an iced tea and a bag of Sea Salt and Vinegar chips and I’m good to go!

And since it’s National Potato Chip Day, I thought we should celebrate with a sweet and salty treat – Chocolate Chunk Potato Chip Bars. I’m a fan of sweet-and-salty treats. I’m a huge fan of potato chips in my cookies and if you have never tried it, you should wait NO longer, my friends. It will blow you away!

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Print Recipe


Let’s talk about name-brand groceries for a moment. Do you buy them? Do you buy store brand? Do you really pay much attention?

I have always been one to consider the store brand when making purchases, with most things, that is. They usually do not fail me and they almost always save a few bucks!

However, there are certain things that are no-questions-asked-buy-the-real-thing kind of groceries. For example – in our house, the only mayonnaise we buy is Hellman’s. My husband practically requires Hellman’s. You will never find store-brand ranch dressing, only Hidden Valley takes residence in our fridge. You all know how I feel about sugar – I’m pretty partial to Imperial. And I grew up with nothing other than JIF peanut butter in the pantry. I don’t buy much cereal but when I do, I buy the real stuff. And lastly, potato chips just won’t do unless they are the real deal.


Growing up I always remember these certain “splurges” at the store that my mom allowed. We didn’t get chips very often but when we did, Cape Cod Chips are what we chose, and still do. Cape Cod chips are one of my #1 favorite road trip snacks – give me an iced tea and a bag of Sea Salt and Vinegar chips and I’m good to go!

And since it’s National Potato Chip Day, I thought we should celebrate with a sweet and salty treat – Chocolate Chunk Potato Chip Bars. I’m a fan of sweet-and-salty treats. I’m a huge fan of potato chips in my cookies and if you have never tried it, you should wait NO longer, my friends. It will blow you away!

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Print Recipe


Let’s talk about name-brand groceries for a moment. Do you buy them? Do you buy store brand? Do you really pay much attention?

I have always been one to consider the store brand when making purchases, with most things, that is. They usually do not fail me and they almost always save a few bucks!

However, there are certain things that are no-questions-asked-buy-the-real-thing kind of groceries. For example – in our house, the only mayonnaise we buy is Hellman’s. My husband practically requires Hellman’s. You will never find store-brand ranch dressing, only Hidden Valley takes residence in our fridge. You all know how I feel about sugar – I’m pretty partial to Imperial. And I grew up with nothing other than JIF peanut butter in the pantry. I don’t buy much cereal but when I do, I buy the real stuff. And lastly, potato chips just won’t do unless they are the real deal.


Growing up I always remember these certain “splurges” at the store that my mom allowed. We didn’t get chips very often but when we did, Cape Cod Chips are what we chose, and still do. Cape Cod chips are one of my #1 favorite road trip snacks – give me an iced tea and a bag of Sea Salt and Vinegar chips and I’m good to go!

And since it’s National Potato Chip Day, I thought we should celebrate with a sweet and salty treat – Chocolate Chunk Potato Chip Bars. I’m a fan of sweet-and-salty treats. I’m a huge fan of potato chips in my cookies and if you have never tried it, you should wait NO longer, my friends. It will blow you away!

/>

Print Recipe


Let’s talk about name-brand groceries for a moment. Do you buy them? Do you buy store brand? Do you really pay much attention?

I have always been one to consider the store brand when making purchases, with most things, that is. They usually do not fail me and they almost always save a few bucks!

However, there are certain things that are no-questions-asked-buy-the-real-thing kind of groceries. For example – in our house, the only mayonnaise we buy is Hellman’s. My husband practically requires Hellman’s. You will never find store-brand ranch dressing, only Hidden Valley takes residence in our fridge. You all know how I feel about sugar – I’m pretty partial to Imperial. And I grew up with nothing other than JIF peanut butter in the pantry. I don’t buy much cereal but when I do, I buy the real stuff. And lastly, potato chips just won’t do unless they are the real deal.


Growing up I always remember these certain “splurges” at the store that my mom allowed. We didn’t get chips very often but when we did, Cape Cod Chips are what we chose, and still do. Cape Cod chips are one of my #1 favorite road trip snacks – give me an iced tea and a bag of Sea Salt and Vinegar chips and I’m good to go!

And since it’s National Potato Chip Day, I thought we should celebrate with a sweet and salty treat – Chocolate Chunk Potato Chip Bars. I’m a fan of sweet-and-salty treats. I’m a huge fan of potato chips in my cookies and if you have never tried it, you should wait NO longer, my friends. It will blow you away!

/>

Print Recipe


Let’s talk about name-brand groceries for a moment. Do you buy them? Do you buy store brand? Do you really pay much attention?

I have always been one to consider the store brand when making purchases, with most things, that is. They usually do not fail me and they almost always save a few bucks!

However, there are certain things that are no-questions-asked-buy-the-real-thing kind of groceries. For example – in our house, the only mayonnaise we buy is Hellman’s. My husband practically requires Hellman’s. You will never find store-brand ranch dressing, only Hidden Valley takes residence in our fridge. You all know how I feel about sugar – I’m pretty partial to Imperial. And I grew up with nothing other than JIF peanut butter in the pantry. I don’t buy much cereal but when I do, I buy the real stuff. And lastly, potato chips just won’t do unless they are the real deal.


Growing up I always remember these certain “splurges” at the store that my mom allowed. We didn’t get chips very often but when we did, Cape Cod Chips are what we chose, and still do. Cape Cod chips are one of my #1 favorite road trip snacks – give me an iced tea and a bag of Sea Salt and Vinegar chips and I’m good to go!

And since it’s National Potato Chip Day, I thought we should celebrate with a sweet and salty treat – Chocolate Chunk Potato Chip Bars. I’m a fan of sweet-and-salty treats. I’m a huge fan of potato chips in my cookies and if you have never tried it, you should wait NO longer, my friends. It will blow you away!

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Print Recipe



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