WONDERFUL!! I love these bars, I have had to make 2 recipes now and it is not even Christmas yet, because I have given so many away when I have gone to Christmas Parties. I did make one change only because I didn't have the peanut butter chips, so I added 2/3 cup of smooth peanut butter. I also put them into a small tin covered cupcake cup. I huge hit around the house!!! 5 Stars for sure!!!
Tried this recipe since I haven't had fudge with potato chips in it before. We didn't taste the potato chips at all. Very good fudge. Thanks *Pamela*. Bullwinkle
I made a triple batch of these for the school Christmas party for the students and they inhaled them in no time! No one could figure out that there were potato chips in them. Thanks for sharing a great recipe!
I didn't know you had this recipe here, Pam!! I have the identical recipe on a card that I copied off a friend from church. I remember seeing these as a kid and my dad talking about them, but I'm not sure I ever actually HAD one when they were still available. They're just awesome, in any case!
This is the first candy our family has ever made. It was very simple to do. So DELICIOUS!!! We will make some as holiday gifts. THANK YOU!!
Great, easy recipe and so tastey.
If you ever find yourself in PJ's late at night, and really, really need a chocolate bar ... bingo !! I added extra ripple chips, so the salt would cut the sweetness a little. Mmmmmmm !!
These a super delicious! Thanks for the quick dessert...
The name 'Cuban Lunch' is probably from a very similar chocolate bar that was available 30 years ago. It was a rectangle of chocolate about 1/2" thick and about 2" by 3". It had peanuts in it as well. BTW in those days it cost 10 cents.