Pringles Nutty Bark: I’m Lovin’ It


See that?!  It’s pure heaven!!

It’s sweet and salty, crunchy and creamy all rolled into one “I need my fat girl pants” fantastic little treat!

My soon to be new sister-in-law gave us this nutty little snack for Christmas.  I was afraid to try it.  I knew I’d like it…..but I discovered I LOVE it.  Like, you can’t stop eating it kind of love.

You wont believe how simple it is to make, and that could be dangerous! VERY dangerous.

Please make some, and eat it all, so I don’t feel so ashamed any more.

Pringles Nutty Bark

Pringles Nutty Bark

Potato chips and peanuts add the crunch to this sweet treat you can whip up in no time.


  • 1 pound white chocolate, or almond bark
  • 2 cans Pringles potato chips, crushed
  • 2 cup Spanish peanuts


  1. In medium bowl crush potato chips and mix with nuts and set aside.
  2. Melt the chocolate (or almond bark) in microwave for about 2-3 minutes, stopping every minute to stir.
  3. Combine nut mixture with chocolate and stir together.
  4. Pour onto wax paper and spread. Let cool, then break into pieces.
  5. Or, you can drop by spoonfuls onto wax paper. Let sit until cool and set.
  6. Store in airtight container.


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  1. holy moly that bark is right up my alley!

    salty & sweet. love that combo. nothing better.

    thanks for the party!


  2. Sounds yummy! Wishing you a fabulous New Year and all the best for 2012!
    Jenn 🙂

  3. you know what’s crazy is that when I was in Aruba I had a mishmash of all kinds of stuff in my cupboards and I made some bars (I made lots of white choc fudge too) but I *almost* threw some potato chips and Cheetos into it. I stopped with caramel corn and cocoa krispies but you make me wish I had just gone for it with the chips 🙂

  4. Love easy recipes like this, with a combination of flavors I can’t resist.

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  6. happy to be a the link party again this week. I linked up chocolate haystacks. chocolate cake truffles and gingerbread. All yummy and sweet for a New Year!

  7. Ha! Thanks for ruining my perpetual doesn’t work very well diet! I love salty and sweet!

  8. Now that is my kind of bark…love the sweet and salty together!!! Have a great New Year!!!

  9. No way, Pringles!!! This sounds so good!

  10. Ummmm… I really upset I didn’t think of this! 😉

  11. I’m pretty sure my husband would fall in love with me all over again if I make this for him. Happy New Year Cheryl! I am glad we *met* in 2011. Hopefully we can really meet one day! 😉

  12. What a fun treat! Happy New Year to you and your family! xoxo

  13. Wow…so easy! Love sweet & salty!!!

  14. What an easy treat with a nice salty sweet combination. Happy New Year to you and your family!

  15. YUM! Happy New Year Cheryl!

  16. I would never have thought to use Pringles in a bark but can imagine the crunch and salt makes it mighty tasty!

  17. sounds so addictive! Happy New year!!!

  18. “sweet and salty, crunchy and creamy” how can I resist that?!

  19. Cheryl! You’re killing me here. 😉 ‘I Need My Fat Girl Pants Candy’ should be its name.

    Happy New Year!

  20. Wow! Pringles with chocolate and nuts. If they say ‘once you pop you can’t stop’ to Pringles what would they say about these?!

  21. never thought of using potato chips this way….yumm ! happy new year !

  22. I am already cursing your soon-to-be sister-in-law because I know I won’t be able to stop eating this once I start.

  23. That looks pretty darn tasty. Only fear is I would eat the whole bowl. Happy New Year, Cheryl. It has been great getting to know you via your blog! More in 2012!

  24. Sounds great and easy to amke for a New Years Eve party.

  25. This looks like a serious serious problem! I am worried if I make this I will eat it ALL!!

  26. Sweet/salty & FABULOUS!! Happy new year my friend 🙂 Love the link up!

  27. Pretty Sure I wouldn’t be embarrassed to eat ALL of it!!!
    Happy New Year.

  28. This looks like such a delicious and addictive snack! Happy New Year!

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  31. Sounds good, if you like that try our version.

    1 Bag extra butter microwaved popcorn, unpopped kernels removed
    1 cup Fritos
    1 cup vanilla melts (almond bark, white chocolate etc)

    Prepared the same way, highly addictive =]

  32. Tried this today and it is FABULOUS!! I don’t like white chocolate or peanuts, so I substituted a 1 1/2 bags of semi-sweet chocolate chips and almonds. Delicious!!!

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  35. This pringles nutty bark recipe looks so delicious! I shared this on my 37 Delicious White Chocolate Recipes Round Up


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  38. In an effort to go green, I might skip the waxed paper and eat it right out of the bowl.

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