How to Make Chip Cakes: Pop Chips, Tortilla Chips, and Chip Cookies

Posted September 26, 2018 12:50:58Chip Cakes are the perfect summer treat.

These homemade chips are simple, but also flavorful and full of flavor.

They can be used in many ways.

You can make them as a dip for your favorite dips, as a snack, or in a quick snack or a meal.

You can also make chips in a sandwich, or serve them with homemade dipping sauces or other condiments.

If you’re looking for something a little bit different, try adding some cheese chips, chip cookie dough, or even tortilla chips.

These chips are quick and easy to make and are a perfect snack or quick treat.

Here are a few tips on making chip cakes, including tips for how to mix them up.

Use a pizza crust.

A pizza crust is perfect for these.

It’s a nice texture, so it stays crunchy and chewy.

You should make a crust for your chip cake.

If you’re making it for your guests, make it a little larger.

You don’t have to use the crust.

Just roll out a layer of dough, and then roll that out on a cookie sheet or parchment paper.

Then, place it on a baking sheet and bake it for 20 to 30 minutes.

Once you’ve baked it, transfer it to a baking pan.

If it’s on a rimmed baking sheet, you’ll want to bake it on that sheet.

You might also want to roll out the dough a bit, so you can spread the chips on top.

Then roll it out on parchment paper to flatten it.

Place it in a small baking pan and bake for about 20 minutes.

After it’s done baking, transfer the dough to a cooling rack to cool completely.

Make them into a cookie.

If your cookies are big enough, they’ll fit perfectly on the pie plate.

They don’t need to be a perfect circle.

If they’re not perfect, just pinch them a little.

The edges will get crispy and they’ll stick together.

You don’t even need to use a cookie cutter.

Just use a pastry brush to brush them all over.

You won’t need the crust on top of the cookies.

They’ll hold their shape.

Place them on a plate and top with a sauce.

Then top with another sauce, if desired.

Serve immediately.


Chip Cake recipe by Sara L. from Dorset, England.

More fun and easy recipes like these are available in my new cookbook, “How to Cook with the Family”: How to Cook With the Family, available now at your local bookseller.