Fall Comfort Food: Potato Chip Cookies

livvyland-blog-olivia-watson-austin-texas-lifestyle-blogger-cape-cod-potato-chip-cookie-recipe-2Is your mouth watering yet?! …Mine totally is! Last weekend I got into fall mode and decided to try a cookie recipe incorporating Cape Cod ® Sea Salt Potato Chips. Sweet, salty, comforting…trust me, these cookies are SO GOOD and the chips on their own sure are delicious, too! If there’s one thing I am forever a fan of, it’s a sweet treat and a hot cup of coffee. Add some pumpkins, a cuddly pup and a cozy flannel to the mix and I am one happy gal! The weather in Austin has finally cooled off a bit and this weekend called for jeans, plaid and some quality time spent soaking up the weather from our patio!

livvyland-blog-olivia-watson-austin-texas-lifestyle-blogger-cape-cod-potato-chip-cookie-recipe-12livvyland-blog-olivia-watson-austin-texas-lifestyle-blogger-cape-cod-potato-chip-cookie-recipe-3livvyland-blog-olivia-watson-austin-texas-lifestyle-blogger-cape-cod-potato-chip-cookie-recipe-11When Cape Cod ® reached out about incorporating their crunchy, flavorful chips into a fall recipe, I jumped at the chance. Not only because, well, pregnancy cravings (chips + cookies = HEAVEN), but because I’ve been eating this brand of chips for as long as I can remember. Whether the Original or Waves version, they perfectly pair with a sandwich for lunch, with a yummy seasonal dip for holidays and now as a fun ingredient in a classic dessert. Not a whole lot can compare to the beauty that is a warm, doughy cookie and a relaxing afternoon at home. Pure gold, if you ask me!

All that said, let’s get to the recipe!

Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes
Serving Size: 12 cookies

½ cup of butter

½ cup of brown sugar

½ cup of granulated sugar

1 large egg

1.5 cups of all-purpose flour

½ teaspoon baking soda

¼ teaspoon salt

½ teaspoon vanilla

1 cup chocolate chips

*Add 1 cup Cape Cod ® Sea Salt Waves or Original Potato Chips



  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Combine butter and sugars, mix until soft
  3. Add in eggs, flour, salt, vanilla and baking soda and mix
  4. Add chocolate chips and Cape Cod ® Sea Salt Potato Chips (I crunch them to be about a centimeter in length – you don’t want them too small!)
  5. Refrigerate dough for one hour
  6. Spray pan with cooking spray, apply cookie dough balls
  7. Bake for roughly 10 minutes or until they have a golden look
  8. Let cool for 5 minutes
  9. Pour yourself a cup of coffee (or cold glass of milk) and ENJOY those cookies!

What’s your favorite fall treat? Let me know in a comment below!

A big thank you to Cape Cod ® Potato Chips for sponsoring this post! All opinions are my own.


  • briana says:

    Ooh these look so good! They remind me of the Compost Cookies from Milk Bar in New York 🙂

    briana | youngsophisticate.com

    • livvy says:

      Ohh that sounds amazing!! A restaurant here in Austin used to have a cookie similar to that called the “cowboy cookie” – it was basically like half a pantry in a cookie haha…it was SO GOOD. Hope you have a great week, xoxo!!

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