Sunday Supper Beans, Cheese & Chips

Catherine Thompson Floyd


My Mom would put this together for a super quick, satisfying meal. Now I fix it for my vegetarian husband who enjoys it. Kids, adults, even party goers enjoy this. Once I fixed it for a girl that really hated kidney beans and she even loved it! If you detest kidney beans maybe you will enjoy them this way. Just something a little different. Nice to make for camping, beach parties, quick office lunch.


★★★★★ 1 vote

5 Min


  • 1 can(s)
    red kidney beans, rinsed and drained
  • 1 pkg
    plain potato chips, wavy or plain
  • 2 scoop(s)
    cottage cheese, any type

How to Make Sunday Supper Beans, Cheese & Chips


  1. Divide kidney beans between two plates. Add scoop of cottage cheese and a small pile of potato chips
  2. Using the potato chips as scoops, gather up a bit of cottage cheese and then beans and pop directly into mouth. It is best to keep the chips away from the beans on your plate to keep the chips from going mushy. Can use spoon to scoop up cheese & beans and pop into mouth with chips!
  3. Easy clean up, use paper plates and just toss when done!

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