Here in Japan we have a company that makes chocolate covered potato chips. I have been eating them for years (not daily!) The salt, chocolate, crunch combo is fantastic. No chocolate covered bacon, though... might have to make some myself! I haven't had the Japanese chips since going gluten free. I hope someone imports the Lay's!
I really love oil cleansers. Then I looked at the label (looking for gluten!) and discovered most of what is in it is chemicals, not oil. So I went on line and read about making your own. Now I buy oils and use them to clean. No chemicals, no oils. Very easy to do too. I also started using pure shea butter as a moisturizer. I have used coconut oil for years too. Sounds like a greasy mess but it isn't if you don't use too much.
Just the other day I made these pumpkin cookies. I did a milllion substitutions and they still turned out fine. I used a general gluten-free flour and no canola oil. I suppose you could switch out the butter and use more oil. I didn't have nutmeg so I used more cinnamon and added vanilla. I also cut the recipe in half. Basically, I butchered it and I still got a nice soft cookie! Most importantly, I added chocolate chunks to it: