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A recipe for Chocolate Covered Potato Chips. Chocolate Covered Potato Chips, the perfect party food. Happy Halloween! Since I’m not too into sweets, but know that Halloween is one of the biggest candy holidays of the year I thought I’d compromise and present you guys with this awesomeness. Yes. Chocolate.Dipped.Potato.Chips. Okay, so maybe we’re cheating a little because this isn’t really a full “recipe” per-say….but the fact that it’s Chocolate.Dipped.Potato.Chips. makes everything okay, right? You’ll forgive us, won’t you?! I think the only way this could possibly get any better would be to sprinkle a generous amount of  crumbled bacon over the chocolate before it hardens…but that’s just me. A good thing to note:the thicker the chips the better (i.e. ridge chips, kettle chips). Using thin potato chips sort of makes them a little soggy after awhile and I also feel like you kind of lose the saltiness and crunch from the chips, which is one of my favorite parts. Anyways, I hope everyone has a great and safe Halloween, whether it be sitting at home watching horror movies, pretending to not be home because you forgot to get Halloween candy, or dressing up as Whorey Potter and partying it up…..hey, no judgement here!
xx Jenny

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Chocolate Covered Potato Chips
Makes 1 (15 ounce) bag

Ingredients:
1½ cups chocolate chips (milk, semi-sweet, dark is your choice)
1 (15.25 ounce bag) bag ridge-cut potato chips

Directions:
1. Place chocolate chips in a heat resistant bowl and place over a pot of simmering water. (make sure the water doesn’t touch the bottom of the bowl)
2. Completely melt chocolate until smooth and begin dipping the chips, about ½ way.
3. Shake off any excess chocolate and place chips onto a baking sheet lined with wax paper.
4. Allow chocolate covered chips to dry completely before serving.
5. Store in an airtight container for up to 1 week.

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  1. Tang Not Specified Not Specified

    This is intriguing… I’m a chip lover, but iffy on mixing with sweet… but this looks so good! Happy Halloween!

  2. Vanessa Not Specified Not Specified

    Awesome – actually reminds me of trips to my Nanas – she used to give us chips and choc at the same time and the salty/sweet taste always intrigued me.

    Beautiful pics too

    Vanessa

  3. maggie Not Specified Not Specified

    I recently discovered Trader Joes has a milk chocolate ones. Too good. Not something I “needed” to discover, but I “need” to just make my own :)

    Anyone who is skeptical should realize this is tame compared to Bacon & Chocolate- and no one ever questions chocolate covered pretzels, the reigning Sweet & Salty Champion.

    And one last thing, if you like these you definitely HAVE TO try the Ben & Jerry’s: “Late Night Snack” Jimmy Falon’s flavor. Vanilla Bean Ice cream with caramel ribbons and little chunks of Chocolate covered potato chips!

  4. The Sweet Cupcaker Not Specified Not Specified

    I’ve had this treat before. It’s fabulous because it’s like peanut butter and chocolate. The perfect combo of sweet and salty. I want these so badly so I can eat them while I watch dancing with the stars and pass out candies to the little ones! Or over some ice cream!

  5. nicole {sweet peony} Not Specified Not Specified

    i’ve been curious about chocolate-dipped potato chips for awhile but i’m pretty sure i’ll love them. chocolate + salty = heaven, in my opinion :) happy halloween!!

  6. Ashley @ Peace.Love.Pastries. Not Specified Not Specified

    This is something that I would have never thought of, but now it looks so weird that I just HAVE to try it. I’m sure it is delicious! Thanks for the post.

  7. ZuVuYah Not Specified Not Specified

    I had no idea these could be so simple to make! THANK YOU! Must try soon!

  8. Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar Not Specified Not Specified

    Mmm how simple is this?! Love it.

  9. Nicole Franzen Not Specified Not Specified

    Ahhh! you tempt me with the most amazing junk food. I actually had chocolate covered chips for the first time not too long ago. Now an addict. Anything salty with chocolate has my heart. I am a closet pretzel and chocolate eater. I eat them in solitude and would never admit it ;) I think I have a problem haha

  10. my honest answer Not Specified Not Specified

    Wrong on so many levels, and yet, I have to try them. They look amazing.

  11. Erica Not Specified Not Specified

    This is such a cute and fun idea! I will definitely have to try this soon… I LOVE sweet & salty flavors together.

  12. rachelsdigestif Not Specified Not Specified

    These look dangerously delicious…love it!

  13. Jesica @ Pencil Kitchen Not Specified Not Specified

    Hmmm… combination of salty snack and well…. chocolate… yum!

  14. Kocinera Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh my gosh, those photos are about to make me start drooling! I love the salty-sweet combination!

  15. Angelica Not Specified Not Specified

    Love this! I’ve bought chocolate covered potato chips before and have found the chocolate to be overpowering and too think where I can’t taste the salty potato chip. I’ve been thinking about this but it’s just been a thought. The photos make me want to go ahead and make these as soon as possible! Thanks!

  16. Purabi Naha Not Specified Not Specified

    What a great party idea!! Loved your style.

  17. Health Maniac Not Specified Not Specified

    I’ve been coating a lot of different foods with chocolate lately but never thought of this combination. Thanks for the idea!

  18. Adrianna from A Cozy Kitchen Not Specified Not Specified

    I think this is a rad idea for holiday parties. You can just make a big batch of these, put them in cute glass containers, tie a bow and gift them for hosts and stuff. CUTE!

  19. Timm Not Specified Not Specified

    I am all over this! My wife will love me forever. Her 2 favorite things. She will like me more if I only make a snack bag of them. Great Blog!

  20. Miss Holiday Not Specified Not Specified

    OMG! Sweet + salty = love.

  21. Maria Not Specified Not Specified

    A Japanese chocolate company called Royce makes awesome choc potato chips too, you can get them across Asia.

    http://www.e-royce.com/english/product_potato_potechi.html

  22. Heidi @foodiecrush Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh man. I can feel my pants getting tighter as I type. Haven’t tried Jimmy Fallon’s ice cream yet—I’m currently obsessed with Blue Bunny’s Peanut Butter Panic *youmusttry* but his war with Colbert is compelling me. Love Adrianna’s suggestion as a hostess gift.

    • Jenny Park Not Specified Not Specified

      Peanut Butter Panic?! I feel like my boyfriend will love me more if I have a pint of that waiting for him when he gets home..

      • Sandy Noe Not Specified Not Specified

        You MUST try “Talenti’s Gelato” …any flavor but the sea salt caramel is my fav. It is the most wonderful ice cream you will ever find unless you happen to go to Portland, OR and go to the “Salt and Straw” ice cream shops!!!

  23. Madonna Not Specified Not Specified

    I tried these in P.E.I. and the were delicious only the whole chip was dipped in chocolate.

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  25. KGirl99 Not Specified Not Specified

    I have had Royce’s Chocolate Potato Chips and they are absolutely wonderful. Too bad one cannot buy Royce outside of Asia. They’re usually sold out of these babies by the end of the day.

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  27. Carrie Pacini Not Specified Not Specified

    I am loving this idea! My dad is a retired Frito-Lay Exec after 49 years . I am going to have to make this next time my parents are over. Picture is beautiful too ;)

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  30. kristina@beancakes ★ Not Specified Not Specified

    i am dying over these!! ;) ;) superb photography!

    xx ~ k

  31. Steph Not Specified Not Specified

    I just made these. They are soooo good! I even tried the kettle chips made with salt and cracked pepper. Yum! I wonder how it would be with a more spicy chip…

  32. Pretty. Good. Food. Not Specified Not Specified

    I made these last night for a party – they were a hit! Super cute :)

  33. Amanda Not Specified Not Specified

    Try it with doritos! Unbelievable

  34. kellie Not Specified Not Specified

    Thanks so much! Going to add a few colored sprinkles and got a quick easy holiday gift! :)

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  44. kristina Not Specified Not Specified

    made this finally! come check it out on my site!!

    xoxo

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  47. S Not Specified Not Specified

    Ha! This reminds me of an Amelia Bedelia book where she is asked to make chocolate chip cookies for a camping trip. Instead, she makes something along the lines of this :)

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  49. Emma Green Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh my gosh, these look so good! I keep seeing similar things at specialty food stores, but I haven’t thought that I could just make them myself! Thank you so much for posting… I think that some of my family will be getting these for Christmas!

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  51. Valarie Sanders Not Specified Not Specified

    Hey, great post- this is delicious. I just re-blogged about this AND the chocolate covered ritz peanut butter sandwiches (including a link back to you, of course) with a bunch of other sweet and salty combo treats, if you want to go check them out. http://www.mommyinapinch.blogspot.com/2013/01/sweet-and-salty-recipes.html

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  55. Anne Not Specified Not Specified

    I *wonder* if they could be dipped in peanut butter and THEN dipped in chocolate???! How would THAT taste?!

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    These look absolutely delicious!! I’ve featured you in my roundup of 9 Best Potato Chip Recipes in honor of Potato Chip Day!

    http://www.lifeaccordingtolina.com/2014/03/potato-chip-day.html

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  60. Aimee Not Specified Not Specified

    Am so excited to make these tonight! Wondering if I could use the chocolate discs that you put in the microwave for chocolate covered strawberries…

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  66. Catherine Not Specified Not Specified

    *Whorey Potter*… roflmao!!!
    Oh, and thanks for this “recipe”…heading to get “groceries” shortly ;)

  67. American Beauty Not Specified Not Specified

    Why do people leave comments about what they think about the recipe–instead of actual reviews? Who cares if you think it looks great? So what? Try the recipe and then leave a valuable comment. Makin’ me crazy. And yes, I realize my comment isn’t a review.

  68. connie Not Specified Not Specified

    Chocolate covered ruffles – WOW. Another good combination (salty and sweet) are chocolate covered raisins with ruffled chips. YUM! Don’t knock it until you try it.

  69. Karenzo Not Specified Not Specified

    Chocolate covered potato chips aren’t new to me. About 30 years ago, a work colleague brought some to work. She found them at a gourmet store.

  70. joan montecino Not Specified Not Specified

    Haven’t had anything like this in ages. As a teenager, I used to love to eat potato chips and drink a chocolate malt. I must try this one. Sounds like heaven to me.

  71. Anne Carter Not Specified Not Specified

    I love these. Me and my bff Rosanna had them at a chocolate festival. They are so good.

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