Chocolate Covered Football Chips Recipe

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Have you had your first pre-season tailgating party yet?  Well with the official football season approaching, you can delight your guests with this easy and fun recipe for Chocolate covered Football Chips.Football Chips 5-2Here are the quick and easy instructions on how to make these delicious and crowd-pleasing snacks.

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Chocolate Covered Football Chips
Recipe type: Snack
Cuisine: Snack
Prep time: 
Total time: 
 
Ingredients
  • Potato Chips (any stackable kind like Pringles or Lays)
  • Wilton chocolate melts
  • Wilton white icing tube
Instructions
  1. Line a baking sheet with wax paper.
  2. Microwave ½ cup of the chocolate melts for 30 seconds. Stir until melted.
  3. Dip the chips into the melted chocolate and coat evenly. Set on the wax paper to dry.
  4. Once the chocolate dries and is "set", pipe the football laces on each football chip with the Wilton white icing. Let dry for at least 10 minutes.
  5. ENJOY!

Football ChipsServe them up with a cold soft drink or a frothing glass of ale, either way your guests will love these party-themed treats that are easy to make and taste even better than they look.Football Chips 5-1

 

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Comments

  1. wonderful idea!!! and easy too, sure helps make for a festive spirit!!! I’d love to try it!!

  2. This recipe looked so good, I copied it down. I am due to make this this coming weekend. I thank you for the share.

  3. So very cute. I would of never thought of this. Thank you for the information.

  4. TrippyCusp93 says

    This is such a cute and delicious idea! I love how easy this recipe is and how yummy it looks…I love my salty and sweet snacks! Thanks for sharing!

  5. I love the creativity! They look an easy and fun recipe for football Sunday! Touchdown!

  6. These are too cute! And so easy! I will definitely make for the Super Bowl if not before.

  7. Debbie Welchert says

    Oh how I love how simple this recipe is. I can’t wait to try them out. Sweet and salty. My two favorite things.

  8. These are cute. I’ll take a sweet and salty mixture any day. And, they sound easy enough to make.

  9. These are just too cute!! I love putting sweet and salty together too, and this sounds like the perfect combo!

  10. Robin Abrams says

    These are so cute. You can not get better then chocolate and salty. I will have to get some to make today for our cookout

  11. so cool and yet so easy, kids are gonna love it!

  12. Karen Beckett says

    Just pinned this to my Pinterest board “Super Bowl Sunday Goodies”. You can bet I will be making these!

  13. It IS football season – YEAH!! Too bad our team ###@&#! lately!! But I do love the parties! And us women always try and out do the other in the hostess department. I pinned this FUN TASTY recipe! It may make me a favorite for a week 🙂

  14. Amanda Schaeffer says

    These look so good this would be fun to make with my kids thank you for sharing

  15. Yum! I have never heard of chocolate covered potato chips before, I can’t wait to give this a try. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  16. Katrina Angele says

    Oh my goodness! I will love these. And so will my guests over for the game! Totally going to impress some people! lol

  17. What a cute idea! I like the salty sweet combo of chocolate covered chips but love the design!

  18. Linda Manns says

    These are awesome. I can’t wait to serve these at one of our football parties. They look so good. I love anything chocolate. Thank you for sharing

  19. This is the perfect blend of sweet and salty!

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