Recipe by Cat Hill
"We were supposed to go a local pub that serves their homemade house chips loaded with the works - melted cheese, sour cream, bacon, etc. Everything you should only have once in a great while. As things worked out we weren't able to go out. Since I was still craving that sinful appetizer and my homemade chips aren't always scrumptious, it dawned on me why not use store-bought kettle-cooked chips and top them! This was the perfect way to indulge in my loaded chip craving."
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kettle-cooked potato chips
shredded sharp Cheddar cheese
cherry tomatoes, chopped
chopped green onion
chopped cooked bacon
What a great idea! My kids loved these! I used the packages of Oscar Myer cooked bacon chips and didn't use tomato (my kids won't eat tomatoes). Will make again!!!
AWESOME! I used a whole bag of kettle cooked sea salt and cracked pepper chips, so I didn't measure any of the other ingredients, but I did use them all, including some shredded mozzarella that I had to use up, and aside from the sour cream b/c I served these w/ Semigourmet's personal recipe for 'buttermilk ranch', which was fantastic w/ these. We literally licked the plate clean, lol. We already can't wait to make these again~YUM! Thanks for sharing. :)
What a great idea using kettle cooked potato chips instead of tortilla chips. Great flavor, simple, versatile and easy to make. This went over big with guests. Thank you Cat Hill!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Covered Crunchy Potato Chips
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 250
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