search saves

Potato Chip Cookies ala Aunt Dean

Another from my high school graduation present, a handwritten cookbook from my Aunt Margie Dean (aka Dean).

Ready In:
25mins
Yields:
Units:

ingredients

directions

  • Mix first 4 ingredients till creamy.
  • Sift next 3 ingredients and add to the first mix.
  • Add chips and nuts to that mix.
  • Shape into small balls, press down on ungreased cookie sheet with a floured fork.
  • Bake at 325 for 10 minutes.
Submit a Recipe Correction

MY PRIVATE NOTES

Add a Note
Advertisement
Enter The Sweepstakes
Advertisement

RECIPE MADE WITH LOVE BY

@riffraff
Contributor
@riffraff
Contributor
"Another from my high school graduation present, a handwritten cookbook from my Aunt Margie Dean (aka Dean)."
icons / sparkles / sparkles

JOIN THE CONVERSATION

icons / sparkles / sparkles
icons / camera
upload
icons / star / star-outline
review
icons / write-a-review
tweak
icons / question
ask
all
reviews
tweaks
q&a
sort by: icons / navigate / navigate-down
  1. nranger7
    I've been making these cookies for a couple years and I get many requests for them. I had combined two recipes that I read in the Milwaukee Journal. The only difference is I add one teaspoon vanilla after beating the butter, sugar and eggs. I also use walnuts, but only about 1/2 cup. If the dough is too sticky, you can chill it for 30 minutes or until firm enough to handle. I also let them cool for at least 30 seconds before removing them to a wire rack.
    Reply
  2. Just Call Me Martha
    I made these cookies according to the recipe, using butter instead of the shortening and I used walnuts as no specific nut was suggested. The cookies were quite tasty. I think I would use pecans next time which seems to me to be a better mix with the saltiness of the potato chips. The cookies spread out quite thin while baking and were a little tricky to get off the cookie sheet. I think next time I would try butter-flavored Crisco instead of actual butter and that might help. Taste is quite yummy and the cookies are easy to make using ingredients that are readily available. I will make these again with the changes mentioned.
    Reply
  3. riffraff
    Another from my high school graduation present, a handwritten cookbook from my Aunt Margie Dean (aka Dean).
Advertisement