Instead Of Dipping Your Potato Chips In This, Add Them Right Into The Casserole!
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I love dips. They are my favorite way to feel like I am snacking, but actually pack on all the calories, lol!
I eat to my heart’s content, but it never feels like much because it is a little dip at a time. Well, with the Super Bowl coming up, I knew I had to create something fun and special that I could make in advance and have it ready for game time. However, I also knew I would be starving come game time and actually want a meal. So instead of creating a dip, I made a dip into a casserole. Yep, my favorite dip of chicken potato salad got a makeover.
This ain’t your regular ol’ dip anymore! It is chock full of chicken and potato floating around in a creamy mayo sauce. But to top it all of, I added a ton of crushed chips. I pretty much took all the bags of chips I had left (you know, when it is mostly all crumbs) and dumped it over the top.
When cooked, it crisps up even more and adds a wonderful little crunch to this dish! This has got to be my new favorite creation and I cannot wait to make it again!
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Quick Tip: Add a layer of bacon if you’d like.