Potato chips are usually thought of as a lunchtime companion -- a crunchy side to your sandwich or wrap -- but their time has come to shine as a breakfast star. Think of them as a low-effort breakfast potato, which is the best kind of breakfast potato, especially on those morning where frying something seems impossible.
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The no-bowl choc slice (or seven-layer bar in the US) is a magical confection in which a bunch of crunchy, sweet things are layered on top of each other and held together by sweetened condensed milk. They are very good, but very sweet, and -- like everything -- benefit from the addition of potato chips.
A potato chip dipped in some sort of creamy dairy product is one of the most satisfying snacks around, and Bon Appetit has taken the delicious duo to a whole new level with their chip and cheese pairing guide.
As you've probably heard by now, Pringles has changed the shape and recipe of its popular potato chips and the internet is not happy. The "new and improved" version are smaller and fattier than before. Most controversially of all, you can no longer fit your hand inside the narrower tin. But how do they taste? We compare the new to the old.