Pringles are my obsession. If I was the kind of blogger who wrote poetry it's what I would write about. Pringles are going to be the death of me and my cholesterol count.
I love all kinds of Pringles. I do not hate on any kind of Pringle. I do not discriminate. I try them all. I eat them all. I put them into my body and they turn into unintentional weight gain that I do not support running in the 2016 Presidential Campaign.
Quite recently, I broke my own eat healthy guidelines. They had new Pringle flavors out and your world famous blogger bought two cans.
One was Bacon flavored and the other was Wasabi and Soy.
Now, I don't actually have any recipes that use Pringles in them. I'll google some good ones for you. I'm sure someone crushes up Pringles and using it as breading. Other people put them in chocolate bars. I've had one and they are just as delicious as you imagine. There is no sarcasm in that statement.
Of course the real topic of discussion are these new flavors I stumbled upon. I have tried a lot of crazy Pringle flavors. Most of which I enjoy. The seasonal flavors are surprisingly good. I stand by the Peppermint White Chocolate and I even feel the Pumpkin Spice flavored Pringles, even though I'm not a pumpkin kind of boy.
Pringles did not go wrong. These were amazing. I paced myself. Ate them over the course of two days. Did not gain a pound. The only strange thing is that the can looks like the Original can, so it's hard to differentiate. I even ate the crumbs. I tilted that can and sucked it up. Did one of my coworkers judge me? Yes. Was it worth it? Also yes.
The Wasabi and Soy Sauce. Where do I even start. They were green. I was watching Hot In Cleveland. I ate one. It made me want to throw up. It was hot and disgusting. I threw the can away. Love yourself and don't buy this flavor. Trusts me. I am speaking the truth.
Does this change my love for Pringles. Absolutely not and now I have new ways to enjoy them and I am more then down for that.
2 cups of Butter
1 cup of Sugar
2 teaspoons of Vanilla
4 cups of Flour
1 cup (2/3 can) of crushed Original Pringle's
1 cup of Chopped Nuts
Red and green sugar for coating cookies
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cream butter, sugar and vanilla. Add flour; mix well. Stir in crushed Pringle's and chopped nuts. Combine thoroughly. Form into 1 inch balls. Roll in either red, green or granulated sugar. Place on ungreased baking sheets. Flatten with bottom of a glass dipped in sugar. Bake at 350 degrees for 14-16 minutes or until edges are lightly browned. .
1 pound of White Chocolate
1 small can of Salted Peanuts
2 cans of Pringles
Crush potato chips slightly and mix with the nuts. Melt the chocolate in saucepan. Stir chocolate and nut mixture together and spread onto cookie sheet. Let cool and break into pieces.
3 Chicken Breats
1 cup of Milk
1 container of Pringles
Lay the chicken breasts flat on a cutting board. Slice through them with your knife parallel to the cutting board, making thin cutlets. Set aside.
In a bowl, whisk the egg. Add the milk and whisk together.
Place the Pringles in a plastic zippy bag. Crush with a rolling pin until you have uniform crumbs. Pour into a shallow bowl.
Spray a baking sheet with cooking spray.
Dip each piece of chicken in milk mixture, then in crumbs, completely covering in the Pringles. Place on the baking sheet.
Bake 20-30 minutes, until chicken is no longer pink in the thickest portion.