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Potato Chip Clusters Recipe

Potato Chip Clusters Recipe

Just three offbeat ingredients add up to one unique, delectable, no-bake treat. These super-easy, sweet-and-salty candy clusters make for merry munching during holiday trips or parties. They travel well in containers without melting or getting soft. —Donna Brockett, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
TOTAL TIME: Prep: 15 min. + chilling YIELD:36 servings


  • 9 ounces white baking chocolate, melted
  • 2 cups coarsely crushed ridged potato chips
  • 1/2 cup chopped pecans


  • 1. In a large microwave-safe bowl, melt white chocolate. Stir in potato chips and pecans. Drop by tablespoonfuls onto waxed paper-lined baking sheets. Refrigerate until set. Yield: about 3 dozen.

Nutritional Facts

1 each: 33 calories, 3g fat (1g saturated fat), trace cholesterol, 19mg sodium, 2g carbohydrate (1g sugars, trace fiber), trace protein

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Reviewed Mar. 6, 2016

"Several people asked for recipe at a party where I took them. I used a mix of dark & mint chocolate chips....didn't have white chocolate on hand. They were terrific! Thanks for this recipe."

Reviewed Feb. 10, 2016

"These are VERY tasty & i agree with Bonnmarche...betcha can't eat just one! first batch I made I followed the directions to a 'T'. Second batch I made with milk chocolate and walnuts. Not nearly as good as the white chocolate. The white tasted very light. LOVE these little babies!"

Reviewed Jan. 25, 2016

"I love these! I made it as the directions said and then this weekend my son reminded me that he was supposed to take something for his FFA bake sale. I decided to dip whole potato chips individually in white chocolate and then drizzled them with some melted semi-sweet chips. We dipped a few as 1/2 & 1/2. The crumbs I mixed as samples to get people hooked. Everyone loved them and they sold out in no time!"

Reviewed Jan. 18, 2016

"Sweet and Salty. I dare you eat just one. :)"

Reviewed Jan. 18, 2016 Edited Jan. 19, 2016

"My grandson prefers a "no salt" potato chip over regular salted, or lightly salted chips."

Reviewed Jan. 18, 2016

"Love your recipes. Always find something I want to try"

Reviewed Dec. 20, 2013

"Yes! It is that easy! And everyone will be talking about them. Even people who THINK they won't like them can't eat just one. The first time I made them following directions exactly but had to substitute M&Ms for the nuts. Now I wouldn't dream of not adding candy-- using seasonal color gives that extra touch. Like others, I made out of need to use up chips, now they are a favorite!"

Reviewed Aug. 6, 2013

"I have made this recipe several times. great way to use up leftover chips too. I have made them in chocolate for our church's chocolate festival and sold out, terrific and so easy to make. Yummy!"

Reviewed Feb. 4, 2012

"Very good and clever"

Reviewed Dec. 14, 2011

"I first bought a bag of these at a church fundraiser because I was intrigued by the use of potato chips . . . they didn't last long! I just made a batch myself and am enjoying sharing them with others. I want to try freezing a few before they are gone to see how they hold up. That would be especially nice since they are dangerous to have hanging around the kitchen. I also plan to try making some with milk chocolate, a bit of peanut butter and chopped peanuts. Try it . . . you'll like it!"

Reviewed Dec. 13, 2011

"havnt made the recipe yet but sounds yummmy"

Reviewed Dec. 27, 2010

"I haven't officially made this receipt yet, I was looking it up, because my sister-in-law makes them every year for everybody and I love them."

Reviewed Dec. 9, 2009

"This is wonderful and easy. I have made 5 batches in the last week for different events and everyone loves it and wants the recipe."

Reviewed Oct. 26, 2008

"These are so easy to make and very tasty. I will be making these again, for sure."

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