Kettle Chip Bark

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Living in North Dakota, I learned about a lot of interesting foods. Lefse, a delicious Norwegian potato flatbread that is amazing brushed with melted butter and sprinkled with cinnamon sugar. Lutefisk which is a dried and salted fish that gets gelatinous in texture. Can’t say I could ever be convinced to try that one. But best of all, the chocolate dipped potato chip.
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Why had I never thought of that before? I love chocolate dipped pretzels so you would think with my adoration of chips and all things sweet and salty, I would have gone there. But alas, the northerners beat me to it. It was the ruffle chip that I always saw dipped but I love salty, crunchy kettle chips so that’s the direction I chose.
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I’ve mentioned before how much I hate dipping things in chocolate. It’s messy, they never look as pretty and it takes forever. So I figured, why bother dipping when I can make it into a bark. The lazy man’s way to consume chocolate dipped chips.
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This bark is such a snap to make and can be done in 12 minutes with 10 of those being inactive. Melt chocolate, mix in chips, spread and top with more chips, freeze and done. If you keep a well stocked pantry, because all well stocked pantries should have chips duh, you could make this any time the sweet and salty craving strikes.
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Even my non-kettle chip loving husband loved this. Yes, sometimes I wonder why I married him too, #chipsforlife.
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Kettle Chip Bark

12 oz. semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 1/2 cups crushed kettle chips, divided

1. Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. Place chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave in 30 second increments, stirring each time, until the chocolate chips are smooth and melted. Meanwhile take 1/2 cup kettle chips and crush until fine.

2. Mix finely crushed kettle chips into the melted chocolate. Pour onto prepared baking sheet and spread into a thin layer. Sprinkle with remaining cup of crushed kettle chips. Place in freezer for 10 minutes then break into pieces. Store in an airtight container at room temperature.
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7 thoughts on “Kettle Chip Bark

  1. I’ve never tried chocolate and potato chips together, but I’ve been wanting to for a while. This recipe looks so simple that it may be dangerous information to have – I foresee a new addiction on the horizon!

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