May 112012
 

What is a guest post? For people new to the blogging world, this question is inevitable. After a quick internet search I found that guest posts are considered as posting or writing a special post for someone else’s blog. Now getting to ‘guest blog’ in just 2-3 months of starting my blog is quite exhilarating. This recipe caught my eye as I was browsing “Crazy about Cookies” book by Krystina Castella. The idea of baking cookies with potato chips was so unique and that is something I wouldn’t miss to try. Of course I had to add my personalization so I successfully cut the amount of fat required in the original recipe by half by adding some almond milk and silken tofu. To give a little Indian spin, I added some fine sev along with the potato chips. The cookies were salty and slightly sweet at the same time rendering an unique taste and my kids just loved it. I am happy to share this recipe with Kalyani’s …Eat Healthy. Love Life Blog !! Check it out and let me know your comments, would you?

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  7 Responses to “Potato Chips & Fine Sev Cookies –My Guest Post for Kalyani’s Blog”

  1. loved the cookies and the little twists u have given to the recipe jeyanthi- nice guest post !

  2. Thanks Priya for your encouraging words.

  3. Off to see the post. Looks yum and love what you have described.

  4. Saw at Kalyani’s space, beautifully done and addictive cookies Jayanthi.

  5. Love the twist of adding that fine save to cookies superb…..

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