Hi there everyone!
You know sometimes we all have a bad day..whether it is work related, kid related, home, an unexpected bill, etc, etc.
I have a cure for all those blues.
It’s called the Cure all potato chip!
Whatever ails you the cure all chip will fix ya!
I know, it sounds weird and perhaps I am making a medical breakthrough in Science.
But I am telling you, this chip will make you forget all your worries.
Leave it to my friend Laurian, not only to come up with the name, but also the recipe.
Did you miss her bacon crackers?
Or perhaps her Dorito casserole?
What about a dump cake?
I am telling you this girl is going to take over my blog.
It’s so nice to have a BF that loves to cook, is a true blue Southern belle, and one of the nicest friends you can have.
First you have to start with Lay’s wavy chips. They have to be the wavy kind in order for this scientific break through to work.
I have never seen Caramel bits have you? I probably could have eaten this entire bag.
And did someone say chocolate too?
Pecans, say what?
And put it all together…
and you now have the cure all chip!!
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Here is the recipe on the how to.
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Cure all chip
- Lay's wavy potato chips
- 1 bag of semi sweet chocolate morsel.
- 1 bag of Caramel bits
- 2 tablespoons of crisco
- cup quarterof heavy cream
- Pecans a handful
- First on a cookie sheet put down a sheet of wax paper.
- Layer your wavy chips in single file form.
- Melt a bag of caramel bits with the quarter cup of heavy cream
- drizzle on top of chips.
- Melt your chocolate morsels with crisco
- drizzle on top of chips and carmel
- Sprinkle pecans on top.
- You're cured!
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Yep. Cured…whatever the problem!
I could feel my backside getting bigger just reading this, lol!!!! Wowsa!
Yum Yum Yum! I think a gained a few pounds just reading this. Looks so yummy.
YUM. I want a batch right now!
Pam @ House of Hawthornes
OMG, that looks heavenly. And I like the theory she has going there. Get a little crunch with your chocolate!
Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces
OH MY…my mouth dropped open just looking at these. Thanks for sharing!
These look amazing. I bet the sweet and salty combination is delicious. I recently saw on another blog a recipe for rice krispie treats made with chips instead.
Wow! Wow!! Wow!!!!!!!
SheilaG @ Plum Doodles
You just may be right- these look like the perfect cure for the “camper blues.” 😀
WHAT A BREAK THROUGH in Science!!!! LOVE this idea. And…I do love me some tater chips! One of my weaknesses! (among others) CARMEL! Good grief…I can down a bag of those quick like and who doesn’t like chocolate! I got a feeling this will be a good little thing to whip up for the grands too! Thanks for sharing! Hugs and blessings, Cindy
Claire @ A Little Claireification
Oh. My. Word. Ok, sweet and salty? I am IN. And I have never seen those caramel bits either. Now THAT is a breakthrough! Pinned!
If these don’t cure your problems. they may kill you. Either way they are awesome!
Ok, I’m speechless!
:looks decadant. However, for those copying the recipe, it does not list pecans.
I had the pecans in the directions, I just added them to the ingredients:) You only need a handful
Now this is my kind of potato chip. Salty and sweet. I can just imagine eating them right now.
Well, would you mind passing the plate please?
STOP! These look SO good and so amazing!! Not to mention easy! I have seen those caramel bits, I think I used them when I made mini caramel apples (that were actually green grapes).
OMG, you’re making me fat! I made the bacon crackers this weekend and they were a hit!!!!~~Angela
Oh boy, how wonderful!!
Just out of curiosity, why the Crisco? I kinda vowed never to buy it again. Can I just melt the chocolate without it? REALLY want to make these 🙂
I think because it makes a tad creamier when drizzling it over the chips. Plus, my friend is southern, nuff said!
Hi there! The Crisco helps the consistency for drizzling but also allows it to remain solid when it cools. Debs right though…. Crisco is a southerner cooks kitchen staple!! 🙂 does wonders lol
Do these keep for any time? I am going to Parents Day at my sons fraternity – it’s a day of tailgating (we never actually go see the game 😉 and we all bring something for potluck lunch (which is probably better then a bunch of college boys cooking for us)…this year we fall in the dessert category – so I’m trying to come up with something that says “tailgate” but is creative and different than the brownies all the others will bring 😉 BUT – I need to make them ahead of time (like Thursday night as we have to travel Friday to get there and the party is Sat.) SO – long way to the question – will they keep for 2 days? Thanks for any info 🙂
I would say NO..they would get mushy with all the toppings. I do have a slutty brownie recipe that I am telling you the kids will LOVE! Plus you can tell them they are slutty lol!! They will love the name as well. Here is the link to those:http://www.debbie-debbiedoos.com/2014/02/how-to-make-slutty-brownies.html
THANKS!!! Especially for understanding that I’m one of ‘those moms’ that has to cook to impress 😉 Figured when he went away to college those days were over…thankfully NOPE 🙂
You’re welcome! ENJOY, sounds fun to me.
Oh Debbie! This is soooo dangerous, lol! My family will go crazy for these loaded chips!
Thanks for sharing! What a fun treat for everyone and I can make them gluten free too.