Marmite Chocolate Crisps

Have I gone too far this time? I mean yeah, probably. This weird little snack is worlds away from cheese and marmite pasta or marmite roast potatoes, and it probably won’t be as crowd pleasing as either – this is niche AF, you’re really gonna love it or hate it.

The salty, savoury hit from both the crisps and the marmite are met with a little sweetness and a little bitterness in the form of good quality dark chocolate. This is the kind of nibble that would have your dinner party talked about for a long, long time to come.

They’re pretty easy to knock up. Just melt together some chocolate and marmite, dip some crisps in there and chill until set. I recommend using ridged chips (I use ALDI own brand but McCoy’s will do the job nicely) and a good quality dark chocolate, 60% cocoa solids or higher.

Dark Chocolate Marmite Crisps

I cannot wait to here what you make of these. So, without further ado..

2 packs ready salted ridged crisps
100g good quality dark chocolate
1 tsp marmite

  1. Put the marmite and dark chocolate in a glass bowl set above a saucepan filled with water. Do not allow the bowl to touch the water. Get some heat under it and leave it to melt.
  2. Dip the crisps in the melted chocolate and marmite and lay on some non-stick baking paper. Once the whole batch is done, sit in the fridge until set.

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