Chocolate Crunchies are my new Christmas treat of choice. I recently encountered this recipe and I made it my mission to make it dairy-free.
OH. MY. GOODNESS!
This chocolate nibbly bit is originally named Chocolate Cocaine because of it’s highly addictive nature. I took it upon myself to rename it because I wouldn’t feel comfortable with my four-year-old daughter running around telling people I feed her Chocolate Cocaine.These are the BEST Christmas cookies ever! Chocolate crunchies!! #Christmas Click To Tweet
This recipe takes three ingredients. YES… only three and it is now in our Christmas Recipe Hall of Fame.
- 1 package of dairy-free Chocolate Chips (I used the Enjoy Life brand)
- 4 tablespoons of peanut butter (I used Wow Butter)
- 1 large package of rippled potato chips (if making gluten-free, make sure to use a gluten-free chip)
- Melt chocolate chips and Wow Butter in a glass dish in the microwave (on HIGH for about 2 minutes).
- While it's melting, smash up your potato chips into little bitty pieces.
- Blend potato chips into the chocolate mixture.
- Scoop into small muffin cup liners and refrigerate.
I would love to hear what you thought of these scrumptious cookies!
This sounds so yummy!!!! I am going to have to make these and post them on my blog with your link :)
These look like a delicious treat!! I definitely am going to try making these as I’m lactose sensitive and the idea of salty and sweet mixed is so appealing!!
Chocolate cocaine? Some coffee might (or might not) have just dribbled out of my laughing mouth!
That sweet and salty combination sounds like something right up my alley – I’ll have to give these a try soon.
Coffee dribble… I’m glad I’m not the only one who does that!
These are delicious Sarah and super easy to make.
Oh my goodness, Samuel will LOVE to make these. He’s my kitchen experimenter AND my dairy-allergic kid, so these will be perfect. Thanks for the idea!
These are so yummy Lauren – and super addictive! Plus, who can argue with 3 ingredients and a breeze to make?!
I hope you and Samuel enjoy!
Yummo!! I love the combination of salty and sweet. It’s one of my favs :)
I love the salty/sweet combo too!
When I was pregnant, I used to crave chocolate covered pretzels ALL the time!
I’m sure you’ll love this recipe Katie.
Chocolate cocaine, how funny! Anything chocolate is amazing and these look really fast and simple! :)
It is really fast and easy to make – you’ll be eating these little delicious morsels in no time!
These sound so delicious, I love the addition of peanut butter. Hope you all have a lovely Christmas xx
These are fantastic Kirsty and sooooo easy to make too! I just love the salty/sweet combination.
Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas as well.