This 2-Ingredient Recipe for Chocolate-Covered Potato Chips Is Done in 15 Minutes

Sorry, Santa—we're skipping cookies and going straight for the chips!

If you haven’t collected the ingredients for your homemade Christmas cookies yet, you’d better fill up that grocery delivery cart, because Santa will be here before you know it. As much as we love the holidays, now is about the time it gets hectic. Last-minute recipes are a necessity!

This 2-ingredient recipe will be what saves your (socially distant) holiday party. Treat your guests to something that’s sweet, salty and oh-so-crunchy.

How to Make Chocolate-Covered Potato Chips

The beauty of this recipe is that it’s so easy to make at home. You’ll only need a handful of ingredients: crunchy Kettle potato chips and a package of chocolate bark.

To get started, lay out a sheet of parchment paper on the counter, and melt the chocolate bark via the stove or microwave until its smooth throughout. Next, dip half (or all, if you prefer!) of each chip in the melted chocolate. Lay the chips out on your parchment paper to cool. The result is a crunchy, chocolaty delight any guest—big or small—will love.

Add Holiday Cheer to Your Chips

Since there is virtually no way to make chocolate-covered potato chips wrong, you can easily switch things up. Try melting down white chocolate peppermint bark instead, or replace your potato chips with pretzels for even more satisfying crunchiness. You can opt for festive Christmas sprinkles, but if you’re more of a savory fan, you can crush extra potato chips to add a salty topping. With this quick recipe, anything is possible!

Now that you have your ideal holiday treat, wash it down with this easy holiday cocktail. Trust us when we say your taste buds will thank you.

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.