Are You Ready for Some Football? {a fun recipe}

Chocolate Covered Football Potato ChipsWe live in the South where people take college football weekends seriously!

Almost as important as the game itself, the food we make and serve during these tailgating and football watching weekends. I just love this fun recipe for chocolate covered potato chips. If my husband is reading this blog post I must ask him to look away now … you see he does not share in my love of sweet and salty mixed together. He can not watch me at Chick Fil A when I dip a waffle fry in my vanilla milkshake. But, if you are a lover of salty and sweet, like me, these Chocolate Covered Football Potato Chips are the perfect fun item for your football party.

The best part is this recipe requires just three items – take a look at the ingredients and recipe below:

Football Chips Ingredients

INGREDIENTS

  • Stackable Potato Chips (I prefer Pringles)
  • Wilton Chocolate Melts
  • Wilton White Icing Tube

DIRECTIONS
1.  Line a baking sheet with wax paper.
2.  Microwave 1/2 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 harden.
4.  Once the chocolate hardens 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 Chips Icing
Could this be any easier? I like to pick up the chocolate melts and tube of icing at Michael’s (with a coupon) but, most grocery stores carry the Wilton items on their baking aisle.
What are some of your favorite tailgating recipes for football season?
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