Recipe by DRUMNWRITE
"This is a fun recipe for a children's party...but found adults love it even more. Experiment with various potato chip flavors. I happen to like barbecue chips, but my husband enjoys the sour cream and onion variety. Serve with honey mustard dressing, ranch dressing, thousand island dressing or ketchup for dipping"
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skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - cut into 1/2 inch cubes
crushed potato chips
lollipop sticks from a craft or party store
I've run into issues with the tenderloins drying out before, so I soaked the tenderloins in buttermilk this time, then took them out and breaded them with sourcream and cheddar baked Lays. This is so good!!! I wish I had seasoned the chicken first, but the baking time was perfect and I dipped it in ranch dressing. Awesome recipe!
These were a fun dinner for the kids, they loved the whole chicken on stick idea. I used nacho chips and a ranch dressing for dipping. I thought that the dish was too bland. i will make these again, but next time i will be sure to doctor up the chicken with sasoning before rolling in chips.
Drumnwrite- I tried this recipe because I loved your Sweet Potato Fries. Well, we loved this too! Instead of potato chips, I used Bugles, and they came out great. Fun to eat also.
Now I have to try your other recipes. Thanks again.
You weren't kidding! My boys ate this so fast that I missed them even eating it! I did not make the whole recipe, and I wish I would have. I used BBQ chips and followed the recipe exactly. I used bamboo skewers and put 4 chunks on each skewer. It was really easy to make. I served them up with 3 little sauce dishes containing Ranch Dressing, Ketchup, and BBQ sauce. They felt so important!
I've made these several times, using various flavors of chips. The biggest hits were doritos and tonights winner, CHEETOES! They were awesome! The cooking time is a lot longer than stated, but my oven is on crack, so 5 stars anyway!
We just finished eating this dish for dinner and it went over extremely well with the whole family! My two "5-and-unders" quickly polished them off and begged for more. I used a mixture of sour cream & cheddar with plain chips - very cheesy and delicious! The recipe says it makes 10 servings, and maybe if you're serving them as appetizers that's true, but if it's being served as a main dish, don't plan on it feeding 10 people - they're just too good! I followed the advice of another reviewer and served this with buttered green beans (and carrots)-a perfect combo! THANK YOU! This treat will be returning to our table soon!
I gave this recipe a try at a cocktail party, believe it or not. I used Kettle cooked potato chips and served with ranch dressing mixed with 1 tsp of chopped chipotle peppers in adobo sauce and a spribkle of scallion on top...What a rich indulgence! to reference the woman who referenced McDonalds...Rest assured if you make it with chicken breasts...you could roll it in crisco and it would still be healthier than McDonalds!! Will use again!
These were so fun for the kids! aand the adults loved them too. We used bbq chips and it gave it a ton of flavor. I did season the chicken a little before i dunked them. :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chip Chicken Lollipops
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 66
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