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Caroline 64

"An unlikely mix but one that will knock your socks off."
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1 h 24 servings
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  1. Melt the almond bark either in the top of a double boiler on medium heat or in a medium sized bowl in the microwave at 50% power for 1 minute intervals until completely melted.
  2. Once melted, mix in the entire bag of Cheetos until completely covered in almond bark.
  3. Spread mixture onto a sheet of wax or parchment paper in an even layer to desired thickness and let it cool completely.
  4. Cut into 1 1/2" squares once cooled and enjoy.


Fun different treat. I kept the pieces intact and individual instead of cutting into squares. Just fished them out of the bowl and dropped them onto waxed paper to harden.

Is there anything that doesn't taste good with vanilla almond bark? I think not! In my normal life, I wouldn't be caught dead eating Flamin' Hot Cheetos. And, after buying them had to hide them ...

These are wonderfully addictive!!! For some crazy reason, 3 stars is all it will let me give ... it should be 5 out of 5!!!

With these delectable little bites you’ll light the fuse of sweetness on first bite causing an explosion of spiciness in the end. These have been added to my recipe box TNT folder. Caroline, you...

Such a unique idea! I never would have thought of this. These really are yummy! They don't look all that appetizing because the chocolate turns a lovely Pepto Bismol color, but they rock. I saw ...

This was very good! I had to use 'Andy Capp's Hot Fries' because the store didn't have the hot Cheetos. I coated them individually in the white chocolate and sprinkled them with cayenne pepper ...

These are so crazy. I broke off a bit to try and it was so good I broke off a bigger peice because there was no way it should be that good! But it was. Its that awesome mixture of salty sweet ho...