Sweet and salty game time snack recipes

Chef Anne Burrell and Food Network Magazine Editor-in-Chief Maile Carpenter share their recipes for snacks that satisfy all your cravings, including chocolate chunk oatmeal cookies and cereal and potato chip bars.
3:18 | 10/06/17

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is now in full swing and we've got great dishes for you next tailget and, of course, we tuned in and teamed up with the food network for a game time challenge to turn sweet treats into salty snacks. With us host and chef Anne Burrell and food network editor in chief maile carpenter. We welcome you both. Michael is with Anne. Amy with maile. Carly and Jalen are helping me out. You and Anne are making what we're hearing is Taylor Swift's favorite cookie. Tweeted to me directly and told me my chocolate choke oatmeal cookies were a turning point in Taylor's life. That's a moment. She'll write a song about it. We have to say congratulati congratulations about your new restaurant in Brooklyn. Good time lounge. Good time lounge. Thank you. Come and see me. You should make these cookies for the lounge? We're doing them as part of an after-school snack for kids in the neighbor. Sort of like, hey, come and have a little grilled cheese sand wi6, a glass of milk and, of course, a half price glass of wine for mom and dad it's a basic chocolate chip cookie, brown sugar, white sugar, oatmeal and try to put a little healthy stuff in there. How do you get the salt. Walnuts and Macadamia nuts and these beautiful little lovelies are finished with a Little Rock salt on top. So it really give -- takes a chocolate chunk cookie to a whole other level. Yes, indeed. We have two thumbs up from our tasters. Yeah, all right, there we go. You get cooking over there? Just put that anywhere. I pushed the release. There we go. How about you stick -- That's why I stay out of the kitchen. We'll work on the chocolate chip and send it down to Amy and maile. Right, so tell us what you're doing. You're mixing salty and sweet in a different way. We are making the world's easiest snack. These are like your standard marshmallow treat but throwing potato chips in which is like a magical ingredient. A little salt and changes everything. We're also -- you want to throw those in? Do you put the -- Right in there with the cereal -- we'll add -- so sweetened cereal and potato chips and marshmallows. That's it then dehydrated strawberries which is like a magical ingredient. Where do you get those. At most grocery stores, and you can grind them up and add to popcorn. Amazing then you end up with a little twist on the stand dard treat. The other trick is a lot of recipes call for a 9x13 pan. When you use one of these smaller pans you get a nice thick one which is the trick. So cut these up so everyone can have it. I think Lara took a bite already. I did. What did you think? I knew I had tasters but had to get involved. Sweet, salty, delicious and easy to make. Very happy right now. Tasters are super happy. I want to say Taylor Swift, I understand your passion about Anne's cookies. We thank you. We have all the recipes for you It all started when Sophia stopped into Marshalls and found a mug

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