Potato chips dipped in chocolate + toffee bits

I swear I’ll post something healthy soon, but for now let’s just indulge ok? Besides, these guys are meant to be shared and savoured, so portion size is very much under control here. I saw this a while ago on Joy the Baker, and decided to take it to the next level by adding bits of Skor toffee on top. Toffee bits are pretty much crack for someone with a sweet tooth, by the way.
IMG_6923Here’s what i used: 
-1/2 a bar of dark chocolate broken into small chunks. Chocolate chips could work too.
-about 2 handfuls of Ruffles regular potato chips (try to get a bag that hasn’t been crushed)
-Skor Toffee bits
-a drop of vanilla (optional)
-a tsp of coconut oil (optional)
-parchment paper
-a small pot and bowl to fit in it
chups1chocolate dipped chips littlekokomo.comPour some water into the pot, about 1/4 full. Add the bowl (metal or glass) on top, creating a bain-marie (a.k.a. double boiler). Add the chocolate pieces, turn the heat on low and stir frequently. This method is key for melting the chocolate without burning the bottom. Once melted, add the vanilla and coconut oil, stir. Carefully dip chips and place them on parchment paper, adding the toffee bits while the chocolate sets. You can put them in the fridge for 15 minutes or so, just not too long or the chips will start to get soggy. Enjoy (in moderation!), xo.
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6 Comments

  1. atkokosplace

    You’re killling me! Hahahaha …. in a good way! This looks amazing. I’m coming over for snacks! LOL. Thanks for sharing this creation! Have an awesome week ahead! Koko ❀

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  2. StyleInBlack

    This sounds AMAZING .. will have to try it xx

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    • Little Kokomo

      You will love them! you can mix it up and add sprinkles or use white chocolate, etc. The possibilities are endless!

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  3. chef mimi

    oh my oh my oh my!!! how well do they store?

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    • Little Kokomo

      Thanks for reading! I wouldn’t recommend keeping them too long.. maybe 24-36hours? Chips tend to lose their crispiness when they are exposed to air, and a soggy chip would just be such a disappointment. I made them the day of and there definitely weren’t any leftovers to test it out for sure.

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