Monday, April 11, 2011

Ultimate Sweet & Salty Fix

Danger! Tasty treat recipe ahead!
What is it?

Chocolate covered potato chips!

It may sound weird, but once you try these tasty little tidbits, I promise you'll be hooked:

I prepared an entire pan for our art academy class tomorrow.
Last week I was talking about how good they are and nobody believed me so I volunteered to bring some to our next class.

When I made them last time, I dipped about half of the chip in chocolate but I was under a time crunch before our class tomorrow so I came up with this brilliant idea: Spread the chips out on a piece of parchment paper and drizzle the melted chocolate over the chips. Then sprinkle ever so lightly with sea salt.

Are you hungry yet? All it takes is a bag of Old Dutch potato chips, one cup of milk chocolate chips (or use semi-sweet or dark, whatever you prefer). Melt the chips at half power in the microwave, transfer into a ziploc bag, snip a small portion off the corner and squeeze the chocolate all over the chips. Sprinkle kosher style flake salt lightly over the chocolate covered potato chips. Let cool and enjoy!


Can do mom said...

I don't know what the problem with Blogger is, but I cannot edit this post. Some lines have two spaces between them, others just one. It's maddening I tell you! Not as maddening as trying to resist these potato chip treats which must be saved until our class tomorrow, but almost... ;)

Farmchick said...

I have the same problem with Blogger. Why won't they fix it?!!! Seriously it makes some of my posts look crazy. I LOVE these chips. I have had them before and they satisfy that salty/sweet craving.

Emily said...

These are so good! Make some for the shrine, please. ;)

Reegz said...

Yum, yum, yum! I couldn't stop eating these if I had some!

Auntie Cake said...

Don't even get me started! I have thus far been able to resist chocolate covered potato chips as they seem like a ton of work. And now you give me a shortcut! You guys have me addicted chocolate covered oranges, and now I am thinking I could get used to those! I usually never buy potato chips. I might have to break my own rule though!