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Old 11-04-2013, 03:19   #1
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Chocolate covered potato chips, anyone?

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Nothing new as far as I'm concerned. My family was making chocolate covered potato chips way back when during the holidays. They are scrumpciously yummy too. That sweet with the salty...oh a pms'ers paradise! But, unfortunately cannot have the potato chips anymore, so not an issue.

I used to love crumbling potato chips over my chocolate ice cream too. How about dipping Wendy's fries in the frosty? A meal in and of itself.

Oh, the good ole days. Just fond memories now.

Now, getting back to those chocolate covered Lay's...what if you used dark chocolate? At least you would be getting some heart healthy benefits. So, perhaps not all bad if you can handle the potato part. Perhaps fried in coconut oil too?

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I was just going to say, before I read Renee's post, this isn't anything new. The kids in our family used to dip chips and pretzel rods in melted chocolate for the holidays and then cover them in sprinkles. Lays is actually a little late with this concept. They should have called my family decades ago for pointers.


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You can get the same salty mix with chocolate covered bacon

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