Make Chocolate Drizzled Potato Chips

quick and easy chocolate drizzled potato chips

I’ve got a quick and easy idea for you today, and it’s going to appeal to all the “sweet & salty” lovers. It’s these super easy chocolate drizzled potato chips.

These were originally seen here, but sometimes an idea is so good it just needs to have a space of its own, so it gets recycled and re-introduced. There’s not a lot to explain here, but I will give you some tips on how I created mine.

chocolate drizzled potato chips

Chocolate Drizzled potato chips

  • I used Kettle brand Krinkle Cut™ salt & pepper potato chips. I really think they’re the best tasting and texture, for this application especially.
  • I used dark chocolate to drizzle. My go-to melting chocolate is Sephra, a brand that’s made specifically for fondue. I use it because it tastes great and melts beautifully. I also use it for dipping brownie popscheesecake pops, or strawberries, etc.
  • Melt chocolate over a double boiler, using low heat.
  • Lay a sheet of wax paper on a baking sheet pan.
  • Spread potato chips out in a single layer on the wax paper.
  • When chocolate is melted, use a spoon to drizzle it in a zig-zag pattern over chips.
  • Place sheet pan with chips in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes so the chocolate can set up.
  • Remove chips, and enjoy at room temperature.

These are a terrific snack in the afternoon, or would be a nice little take home treat for guests after a party. You can make them as sweet as you like by adjusting the amount of chocolate you drizzle over top. I like mine to be very evenly balanced – not too sweet. And of course, you can use milk chocolate too, if you prefer.




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  1. Can’t wait to try this…salty sweet….delicious.
    Does the sephra chocola set up to be touchable/firm not melting on your hand. If used for cake pops does it stay firm on the pops?

    1. Hi Lexy. Yes, the Sephra chocolate sets up beautifully and it’s not soft at all {unless, of course the environment is hot}.

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