Potato Chip Cookies

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Potato Chip Cookies Potato Chip Cookies

Servings: 6 doz. cookies
Difficulty: Easy

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2 cups (4 sticks) butter, softened
1 cup sugar
3¼ cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon vanilla
1½ cups coarsely crushed potato chips
¼ cup confectioner’s sugar





Preheat oven to 300 degrees.

In a large mixing bowl cream butter and sugar.  Slowly blend in flour and vanilla.  Add crushed potato chips and mix well.  Drop by rounded teaspoon, 2 inches apart onto ungreased cookie sheet.  Using a fork, flatten each cookie slightly.  Bake 18-20 minutes, or until light brown around the edges.  Remove to wire rack to cool.  Sprinkle with confectioner’s sugar.

Notes From the Paula Deen Test Kitchen:  When using a fork to press cookies on baking sheet dip the fork in flour first and the batter will not stick to the fork. These cookies were sinfully delicious and disappeared as fast as we could bake them

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Reader Comments:


Your potatoes chips cookie how many calorie dose it have in one cookie? And can you make them with light butter? This cookies taste so good, You can't stop at one, It is the potatoe chip you can't stop eating them either you just wanted more.I do wanted to make it for my mom.But with less calorie Thank you Marge Stephen

By marge on May 21, 2013


I made a 1/2 batch and found out they were a big HIT so i am going to be making full batchs as i have not found anyone that don't like them.

By John Farrer on March 09, 2013


These cookies are the all time favorite at Christmas when I make them...

By Paula on December 29, 2012


These cookies are the all time favorite at Christmas when I make them...

By Anonymous on December 29, 2012


Add butterscotch chips! Wonderful

By Bonnie on December 22, 2012


these are yummy recipes

By Anonymous on December 17, 2012


Do you have a reciepe for suger free fudge. I have a diabetic family member who loves chocolate and fudge. Thank you

By Jodie Owens on November 19, 2012


Wonderful cookies! A real keeper.

By Laura on November 11, 2012


Wonderful cookies. Remind me of a cookie I had years ago, but instead of potato chips, we used rice krispies. I'm wondering if rice krispies would work as well?

By Lynda Moore on July 12, 2012


These are great, I drizzled chocolate because I love chocolate covered potato chips

By DeniseRotell on June 28, 2012


I've heard of these cookies! Now I've GOT to try them!!

By Katie @ The Hill Country Cook on June 20, 2012


I looooooove Paula Deen. She's the BEST EVER and my INSPIRATION !!!!!

By ShelbyStull on January 20, 2012


Are the temp. and the cooking time correct on here? I want to make these but thought that seemed a little off.

By Sheri on January 06, 2012


In table etiquette, when a brass bass plate is used, at what point of the meal is it removed from the table?

By Carroll Klingensmith on August 23, 2011

My grandmother made these in West Monroe Louisiana when I was a little girl. This is the same recipe.They are great. I recently made them for my family and they were a huge hit. Especially with my Husband who Turned his nose up a the thought of “potpato chip cookies” and tried one when I left the room only to confess their tastiness later.

By Jennifer on October 16, 2010

I just made another batch of these yesterday. They’re so addictive! My boyfriend and I are hooked on these! Thank you

By Allie Deal on August 09, 2010

I am so glad to find this recipe again as I have missed placed mine. You made my day. Elaine

By Elaine on January 30, 2010

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