Christmas White Chocolate-Peppermint Potato Chips

December 19, 2013
For a quick and easy last-minute Christmas treat, these White Chocolate Peppermint Potato Chips fit the bill!  They're the perfect sweet-and-salty flavor combination we love.

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Holy cow, there are only five more days to get ready for Christmas day!  I am soooooooo not ready.

I have a lot of last minute stuff to do ... like wrap all my presents ... figure out what to make for our family Christmas Eve get-together at my parents' house ... actually make what I'm bringing for our family Christmas Eve get-together at my parents' house ... oh, yeah, and actually finish my Christmas shopping.

Fortunately, I have a last-minute trick up my sleeve to share with you.
The saltiness of the chips combined with the sweet of the white chocolate and peppermint are a truly fabulous flavor combination.

So what's my last-minute Christmas treat trick?  These super easy, super yummy White Chocolate-Peppermint Potato Chips.  White chocolate peppermint potato chips you're thinking, right?  Yes!  White chocolate peppermint potato chips!

And they're soooooooo good.

The saltiness of the chips combined with the sweet of the white chocolate and peppermint are a truly fabulous flavor combination.

And what a fun little snacking treat!

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I whipped these up in my kitchen one afternoon when I was making white chocolate-peppermint bark for my Christmas goodie gift bags I give my teacher friends.

I happened to have a bag of potato chips on hand in the pantry, and decided to see what they'd taste like dipped in the peppermint-laced white chocolate.

I love that they're super quick and easy to make. A big batch can be done literally in a matter of minutes.

In case you're wondering, they taste good, my friends.  Darn good.

I love that they're super quick and easy to make, too.  A big batch can be done literally in a matter of minutes.

All you have to do to make them is melt some white chocolate candy coating, stir in a touch of peppermint extract, dip the chips ...

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... sprinkle on a little bit of crushed candy canes ...

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... and set them aside to let the chocolate set up.  That's it!

Easy, huh?  

So, for an easy and super-fun last-minute Christmas snack {or gift}, serve up a bowl of scrumptious White Chocolate-Peppermint Potato Chips!

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White Chocolate-Peppermint Potato Chips
Source:  A Tracey creation
(Printable recipe)
Ingredients
  • Ridged potato chips (I used Ruffles potato chips ... you want to pick sturdy potato chips)
  • 12 oz. white chocolate bark coating (1/2 of a package) OR white candy melts
  • 2 tsp. shortening
  • 1/4 tsp. peppermint extract
  • Crushed candy canes
Directions
  1. Melt bark coating or candy melts and shortening together in the microwave per package directions (typically in 30 second intervals, stirring in between); stir until smooth. Stir in peppermint extract.
  2. Dip each potato chip in the melted candy coating, turning the chip over to coat both sides. Let excess coating drip off back into the melted candy coating. Place on a cookie sheet lined with waxed paper and immediately sprinkle with candy cane pieces.
  3. Let stand for coating to set up. {Pop them in the refrigerator for a few minutes to quickly set the coating, if you'd like.}

4 comments

  1. Tracey, these look absolutely mouth watering! I have got to try these! I wanted to tell you thank you for sharing these with all of us at the Show Stopper Saturday party this week! Have a great weekend! (=

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  2. Hello. We would like to make the potato chips with chocolate/peppermint as a party favor and place in a baggie. If we refrigerate will they get soggy or stale? Tank you very much. Katrin katrinbwebb@gmail.com

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    1. They probably would get soggy if refrigerated. I recommend storing them at room temperature. Enjoy!

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