We all know that the crumbs near the end of the potato chip bag are far less desirable than the whole chips at the top. So, here are five delicious ways to use up those salty shards. Check out these ideas for your potato chip crumbs.
This is a vegan muffin that will attract even the dairy-guzzling carnivores in your life. Loaded with bananas, fiber, and chocolate chips, these muffins are perfect for an on-the-go snack.
Make a smokey, backyard appetizer on the grill with spiced, grilled tortilla chips and a garlic hummus dip.
A delicious healthy mint chocolate milkshake with a surprise ingredient.
These are adult chocolate chip cookies. With a healthy dose of espresso, dark chocolate chunks, and spiked with coffee liqueur, they are a rich dream come true.
Without dirtying a slew of bowls, make these rich chocolate brownies topped with a gooey chocolate chip cookie dough layer for a truly heavenly bite.
Rich, chewy, decadent brownies are made with mint chocolate for a fun wintery flavor. Satisfy your chocolate cravings with delights.
Soft, chewy chocolate chip cookies put on their fall flavors with the addition of cinnamon and the iconic pumpkin.
Chewy pumpkin bars are loaded with chocolate and oats for a sweet dessert that is actually quite filling and loaded with fiber from flaxseed.
There are few things that chewy chocolate chunk cookies with chopped dark chocolate and milk chocolate chip can’t fix.
Soft cookies with an adult spin that are easy to make with a dose of bourbon and liquid smoke to highlight the dark chocolate. Enjoy with a glass of milk.
A chewy chocolate chip cookie bar filled with chocolate chips. These are the perfect treat for a classic chip cookie lover with no time to scoop and bake.
Wine-spiked ice cream sits between salted chocolate chip cookies for the perfect cool dose of chocolate and wine to satisfy a sweet tooth.
A giant brown butter cookie baked in a cast iron skillet, complete with crunchy edges, melted chocolate and a gooey center.
A deliciously luscious chocolate chip cookie skillet is updated with butterscotch for an extra decadent dessert. Don’t forget ice cream, too.
Spruce up plain chocolate chip cookies with a salted caramel. A classic gets a great update when stuffed with caramel and topped with sea salt.
Even if it is too cold for a campfire, these graham cracker crumb cookies with chocolate chips and marshmallows will keep you satisfied.
For those that adore a golden, crisp cookies this recipe is for you and even comes with a gluten free twist.
A banana batter base with creamy peanut butter, topped with chocolate chips for the ultimate gluten free, Elvis-inspired muffin.
This is not just any cookie cake – it’s a chewy, soft, four layer chocolate chip cookie cake with buttercream. Perfect for all ages.
It’s a gooey in the center, crusted on top cookie in a flaky pie crust. What more could anyone want? Grab a glass of milk and get baking.
This moist and gooey, one bowl wonder cake is chocolate to the max, and fudgy, with a hint of banana flavor throughout. Perhaps just what you need today.
Easy beet chips are a fun way to eat your vegetables. Bake the thin slices in your oven with spices and olive or truffle oil for great flavor.
Think of them as the ‘love child’ of the two baked treats everyone just loves – banana bread and muffins. Oh, and there are chocolate chips in there too.
Crisp sweet potato strips can easily be pan fried or baked. Top with lime, salt, and paprika seasoning for a mouth-watering snack.
For an indulgent start to your day, try these rich chocolate waffle studded with more chocolate chips.
Orange and chocolate go well together, especially in a cookie and when early grey is invited, too.
Browned butter is whisked into these chocolate chip cookies, flaked with maple and rye.
Baked Vegetable Chips are easily made in your very own oven. Peel, slice, and bake. Eat. Enjoy with a tangy tahini dip.
These cookies are packed with flaxseed, oats, almonds, and they’re gluten-free, too.
You heard right. Pancake muffins, which will serve as the perfect breakfast-on-the-go all week long.
Enjoy this eggless white chocolate chip cookies recipe from Siri Pulipaka.
Let the almond butter and the cookie get to know each other, add sweetener, vanilla and salt, and let your tongue mingle with the blade of the processor.
This recipe is so easy to put together–just one bowl, and you can toss in whatever you have (just remember to adjust the sugar if you do candy bars).
Hannah Messinger urges you to make these super moist, toasted oatmeal and chocolate chip cookies.
Try a “skinny” version of Chocolate Chip Muffins. No butter, no oil.
These cookies are no science. But they sure are delicious.
These pumpkin bars are perfectly spiced, studded with chocolate chips, then drizzled with a cream cheese frosting.