3 Reviews

What a fun dish to make! It tastes so delicious and is so easy to make. My candy is in the fridge getting firm, but that didn't keep DH and I from trying it out first. Such an interesting combination of ingredients - didn't leave out a thing. Will definitely make this candy again. Made for Everyday is a Holiday, September, 2012.

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DailyInspiration September 27, 2012

Very tasty, hard to stop nibbling on it. Easy to make and fun to tell everyone you are making crockpot Frito candy.

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nangaj September 16, 2009

Looking for a way to use up leftover snacks from a party last weekend, I thought this sounded promising. There are chocolates with sea salt; the combo of chocolate and salt is very nice (not to everyone, of course). In Germany most corn chips are gluten-free, indeed, and there are gluten-free pretzels, too. Having a gluten-free houshold and a gluten sensitive best friend, my parties are gluten-free, too ;-) So my leftovers were gluten-free corn chips, potato chips, pretzels and salted peanuts and cashews. I don't have a microwave so used the crock pot (4 quart, 1 hour and 25 minutes). Served this for a movie evening with friends, and it got rave reviews! Thanks for posting!

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Mia in Germany July 12, 2009
Crock-Pot Chocolate Frito Candy