Blue Cheese & Bacon Chips


It just doesn't get any simpler than this folks!  Store bought chips, dressing, bacon & cheese- all things that you can keep on hand for this go to appetizer, snack, or side dish.  Perfect when you have surprise guests pop in or for snacking on movie night!
Ingredients:
1 bag Kettle Cooked Chips (Original Flavor)
Blue Cheese Salad Dressing
Crumbled Blue Cheese
3 pieces of Bacon, cooked & crumbled
Bacon isn't in this picture because it was an after thought...I just happened to have 3 pieces left over from breakfast so I crumbled it & tossed it in.  We loved the addition!  You can omit it if you want; we make it both ways.  You want to make sure you buy the kettle cooked, extra crispy type of potato chips.  Several different brands make them.  Regular potato chips won't work for this, they would be too mushy. 
 Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.  Place 1/2 of the bag of potato chips on an oven proof platter or sheet pan.  Dollop some blue cheese dressing over the chips, sprinkle on some crumbled blue cheese & bacon.  Then repeat with another layer. 
Bake at 375 degrees for 10-15 minutes, just until the chips are crisp & the cheese is melty.
Enjoy immediately.

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  3. Great game or movie night snack recipe. Going to be good, and you could really personalize with various toppings too. Thanks for a great idea, never thought of using kettle chips before always the tortilla chips.

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  4. I especially love that these are baked (and the simplicity of course). It's like blue cheese nachos! Love it. The picture of daughter in front of the oven is adorable.

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  5. MMMMMMMMMM.....

    I am making these soon. I'll go with castello blue cheese. Or maybe I'll go with http://saga-blue.com

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