Recipes with Food Should Taste Good Chips

When we knew we’d be creating some recipes with the Food Should Taste Good potato chips, several ideas came to mind.  We received several recommendations from others, but decided that instead of playing it safe and just pairing the chips with a new dip, we wanted to make a dish that we have never attempted. A sweet potato chip breakfast hash is what we came up with.

Sweet Potato Chip Breakfast Hash

To start you’re going to need:

1/2 bag of Food Should Taste Good Chips (crumbled)

1/2 jalapeno pepper

1/4 finely diced white onion

16 oz package of turkey sausage

2 eggs

Start with two frying pans, one to cook the turkey sausage and the other to start warming the jalapeno peppers and onions. When the turkey sausage is completely cooked mix the contents of both pans together and then stir in the crushed sweet potato chips. Fry and egg and put it on top of your hash. Note: The grease from the sausage will soften the chips a little so don’t add them in too early or you’ll lose the crunch.


Sweet Potato Crisp Rice Treats

While growing up I’ll always remember the rare occasion when Rice Krispy treats would get made. It was truly an easy dessert that presented the one complication of making sure the marshmallows stayed soft just long enough to stir everything in. Don’t get me wrong I think the original recipe with a total of 3 ingredients (if you count the butter) is wonderful. There are times when messing with a simple recipe can be disastrous even, but when we saw the marshmallows in the grocery store and already had the sweet potato chips in our bag we decided to give it a shot.

You’re going to need:

3 tablespoons of butter

1 package of marshmallows

4 cups of crisp rice cereal

1/2 bag of sweet potato chips (crushed)

Start by adding the butter to a large saucepan on the stove, as soon as the butter is almost entirely melted add your bag of marshmallows. It’s wise to also have your cereal and chips all measured out to start. Continuously stir the marshmallows in the pot until creamy, remove them from the heat,  and quickly add them to the cereal and chips mixture. Mix everything together and move to a 9×9 pan (that you’ve already coated with cooking spray), and allow to rest.

What you’ll get in the end is that same classic treat that we’ve always loved with some complimenting flavors to complete it. We decided to melt some chocolate over top of it and serve it with ice cream.


We’re going to try and coat some chicken tenders in crumbled multigrain chips next for a modified crispy chicken dinner. Have you ever incorporated potato chips into a meal of yours? Beyond adding chips to a peanut butter sandwich (which for the record I still believe is brilliant!)

This post is brought to you in partnership with Food Should Taste Good. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Bon Appetite!




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    1. If I had a blog like yours, I totally get how it would be fun to do these sponsored type posts and create new recipes, etc. But I have to say, as a reader, it seems sort of jarring because it doesn’t fit in with the rest of your blog (which has been very much focused on DC-specific things and relationship/personal life things). Obviously you guys have the right to do whatever you wish with your blog, and I certainly plan to keep reading because I enjoy it overall, but just wanted to provide some honest feedback here, And, to be fair, I’m probably annoyed because I’ve seen a few other DC area blogs (that are not about recipe creation) with the FSTG sponsor thing, and my annoyance is probably compounded by that fact

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