Easy Sea Salted Chocolate Caramel Potato Chip Clusters:

Who ever thought that potato chips and chocolate would go together was a pure genius. I mean the salty balances the sweet and creates this chocolaty taste bud explosion in your mouth. They are truly to die for. With little crunchy bits and tons of chocolate flavor, this recipe is sure to please.

These chocolate clusters make a wonderful cookie/chocolate to add to your Holiday baking trays, cookie exchanges, gifts, charcuterie boards or even just to enjoy with the entire family. They freeze very well too!

When I first heard of this recipe I thought hmmm that sounds interesting. It was a quick and easy recipe so I decided to give them a go. There are so many versions out there; all looking quite yummy I might add. I decided to take them all, combine them and make my very own tried and true recipe. I had no idea they were going to taste so incredible.

Watch me make these delicious chocolates here recipe to follow.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8szHh4h-zCk&t=5s

Wasn’t that easy? In order to make these chocolate clusters you will need the following:

Ingredients:

  • 1 bag of sea salted caramel chips
  • 1 bag of semi sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 bag of milk chocolate chips
  • 1/2 cup of fine coconut
  • 1 & 1/2 cups of finely chopped nuts finely crushed ( peanuts and pecans work well)
  • A 200 gram bag of Ruffles potato chips finely crushed

Directions:

In a medium sized saucepan add about an inch or two of water. Place a heat proof bowl or another pot on top of the 1st pot making sure it fits well enough that no steam gets in the top pot when bringing to a boil.

Over medium high heat bring the water to a boil then adjust your temperature so that the water just simmers.

Add chocolate and caramel chips to the preheated bowl and stir until melted.

Add remaining ingredients

Place a heaping teaspoon of the mixture into a paper lined mini cupcake pan. Cool in the refrigerator. Enjoy

yummy!

I sure hope you enjoyed the recipe, as usual I will share links to the products I used so you can replicate this delicious recipe for your loved ones.

sea salted caramel chips

These are sometimes hard to find, feel free to substitute another flavor I’m sure they will be equally delicious.

https://www.amazon.ca/HERSHEYS-CHIPITS-Christmas-Chocolate-Caramel/dp/B01MYTZB99

For the semi sweet I used Kirkland brand my favorite with 55% cacao

https://www.costco.ca/kirkland-signature-semi-sweet-chocolate-chips%2C-2-kg.product.100416811.html

For the milk chocolate I used Chipits

https://www.amazon.ca/s?k=chipits+milk+chocolate+chips

Of course I cant forget the Ruffles

https://www.ruffles.com/products/ruffles-original-potato-chips

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1 thought on “Easy Sea Salted Chocolate Caramel Potato Chip Clusters:

  1. I would never think to pair potato chips with chocolate, but this looks so good! I wonder how it might taste to try this with popcorn or nuts! 🙂

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