Chocolate Covered Pringles. OMG. You have to try them! They are sweet and salty perfection and make a fun after school snack. Make them gorgeous with lots of sprinkles or decorate them to look like footballs with melted white chocolate.
I saw these on Pinterest and thought they would be totally doable.
You really only need Pringles and melted chocolate to make them. I used semi-sweet chocolate chips but you could also use milk chocolate.
One at a time dip the Pringles in the melted chocolate. As long as you get one side fully coated, don’t worry too much about the other side. It’s not worth the hassle of trying to get every last bit covered and if you move the chips around too much in the chocolate, they’ll break.
I find it easiest to use a spoon to drizzle an smear the chocolate on the pringle. If the coating of chocolate is too thick, you can also use the spoon to scrape some off.
If you do have a porblem with Pringles breaking, try doubling them up like you would with those cheap paper plates that are too flimsy.
While the chocolate is still wet, sprinkle lots and lots of Rainbow Nonpareils on.
Or let the chocolate set, melt some white chocolate chips and use a pastry bag with a small round tip to decorate them like footballs.
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Chocolate Covered Pringles
- 1 can regular Pringles
- 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup white chocolate chips, to make football design
- Line a baking sheet with parchment or wax paper.
- Place semi-sweet chocolate chips in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave at 30 second intervals until melted, stirring in between intervals.
- Dip one chip at a time in the chocolate. They break easily so I find it is easiest to carefully dip one in and get it as covered as possible and then use a spoon to drizzle chocolate on the uncovered spots. If the chocolate layer is too thick, you can scrape some off with the spoon. I made sure one side of each chip was fully covered, but din't worry too much about the other side. If the chips keep breaking, try doubling them up.
- Decorate with sprinkles before chocolate is set.
- To make footballs, melt white chocolate chips and use a pastry bag with a small round tip to make lines.
- Best kept in the refrigerator and eaten the same day.
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