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Lays is selling chocolate covered wavy lays at Target for a "limited time only" and, well, that sounds delicious, so I wrote them asking about gluten content since it was not on their list.  Thought I would share with you guys the response I got from the company.  

 

"There are no gluten ingredients in Lay's Wavy Milk Chocolate Potato Chips."

 

According to their gluten-free list (http://www.fritolay.com/your-health/us-products-not-containing-gluten-ingredients.html), here is what that means in regards to their products:

 

"The Frito-Lay products listed below do not contain wheat, rye, barley or oat ingredients (we include oats in this list as a precaution as oats are often commingled with gluten-containing grains).  Please note however, some of the products listed below may be manufactured on the same lines as products that contain gluten.  Although our lines are cleaned between production runs, Frito-Lay has not tested these products for gluten content and the ingredients in these products may have come into contact with gluten-containing products prior to manufacturing.  Individuals who are sensitive to gluten should take these factors into consideration in consuming these products."

 

Also note this info is for the US only.

 

So same category as Doritos.  I think I will pick some up to try.

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Wait - Doritos are 'safe' (albeit come with a potential CYA cross contamination warning)?  I've never even bothered to look.... this could be a bad thing :-)

 

 

Sorry -  :D

 

 

http://www.fritolay.com/your-health/us-products-not-containing-gluten-ingredients.html

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At the mall Friday night I noticed a candy shop was doing chocolate covered... everything. They had chips and bacon and other stuff but whatever. I almost went in for bacon. Almost. My husband also thinks it's weird. At least I know he won't take them. :D

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I've always been interested in the chocolate covered chips - I can't remember why I never tried them! If I liked bacon I would definitely try the chocolate covered bacon. Chocolate can make (almost) anything taste better. Have you tried chocolate covered sunflower seeds? I think they're called Sundrops. They're really good, but idk if they're gluten free..hmm. 

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The replies to this crack me up!  I do agree, sometimes I think it is good for the size of my rear end that a lot of gluteny things are bad for you, LOL

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The replies to this crack me up!  I do agree, sometimes I think it is good for the size of my rear end that a lot of gluteny things are bad for you, LOL

 

 

We take our chocolate, coffee, wine and snack foods very seriously on this forum!  This combines two of them!  Now...we just need a glass of wine....

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I am going out tomorrow and going to buy a bag :) Hopefully they have them!! Hopefully not bought out :)

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I think Lays finally realized how good it is to dip French fries in a Chocolate shake :D  The potato/choco combo can't be beat.

 

Colleen

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i want to try them - they probly have soy (lecithin in the chocolate), and soy hates me  :)  here is one of my favorites since sometimes i have to forego the chocolate:  sliced apples, dipped in caramel, and crushed potato chips.  eat immediately.  

 

i would, however, suffer through the soy if the potato chips weren't soggish.....  do i dare to get my hopes up???  :D

 

REPORT BACK!!!  :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Steak, preferably char-broiled, dipped in hot fudge. One of the best things I have ever tasted. Honestly.

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Notme,

You do know about Enjoy Life chocolate chips, right?  So much better tasting than any chocolate chip that has soy in them.  If I buy them for baking I have to hide them from the family or they are gone.  Never to be seen again.

i wiil have to look for them!   then, i can dip my own tater chips :)

 

Steak, preferably char-broiled, dipped in hot fudge. One of the best things I have ever tasted. Honestly.

lolz, barty!   (was it very rare?  or marinated?)  i have ever had fish with white chocolate sauce and it was surprisingly delicious...  if i make that for the hubs he might have a heart attack ("WHY in the WORLD would you ruin that steak??!!")  if he could slice it right off the cow and cook it over an open fire with a stick, he would.  chocolate on precious red meat might land me in the street LOLZ   :lol: 

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I think Lays finally realized how good it is to dip French fries in a Chocolate shake :D  The potato/choco combo can't be beat.

 

Colleen

 

Great... There is a Wendy's in the Target parking lot. Now I want a Frosty and fries too. I already feel 10 pounds fatter and I'm not going shopping until Friday!

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Mine was rare, and not marinated with anything. I had a friend over and we cooked the steaks on the grill. He was done eating before I was, so I ran into the kitchen and made the hot fudge sundaes we were having for dessert before I had finished my steak. I came back to the dining room. There was the steak, and there was the hot fudge, and I thought, "Why not?"

 

If your husband would have a fit over it, just let him watch YOU try it. Have the fudge heated and sitting in a bowl. Cut a bite-sized piece of steak, and just dip it in the fudge. When he sees the look on your face and hears the "WOW!", he might just dip a bite of his own.

 

I'm %1,000 serious. It is an even better taste combination than peanut butter and chocolate. It truly is one of the best things I have ever tasted! And NOW you've got me thinking about white chocolate and fish. I am going to look for some corn-free white chocolate, and the next time I go to Rapid for fish, I WILL be trying it.

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Mine was rare, and not marinated with anything. I had a friend over and we cooked the steaks on the grill. He was done eating before I was, so I ran into the kitchen and made the hot fudge sundaes we were having for dessert before I had finished my steak. I came back to the dining room. There was the steak, and there was the hot fudge, and I thought, "Why not?"

 

If your husband would have a fit over it, just let him watch YOU try it. Have the fudge heated and sitting in a bowl. Cut a bite-sized piece of steak, and just dip it in the fudge. When he sees the look on your face and hears the "WOW!", he might just dip a bite of his own.

 

I'm %1,000 serious. It is an even better taste combination than peanut butter and chocolate. It truly is one of the best things I have ever tasted! And NOW you've got me thinking about white chocolate and fish. I am going to look for some corn-free white chocolate, and the next time I go to Rapid for fish, I WILL be trying it.

 

Sounds delicious!

 

Well, not the white chocolate part. I got into an "argument" about white chocolate with a Teavana guy Monday night at the mall. I told him finally that white chocolate is a lie. (because there is no chocolate in it) With nothing intelligent left to say he said "you're a lie!" Bahahaha. The whole thing was hysterical. Maybe you had to be there. Anyway, I don't understand the white chocolate thing because well... it's a lie. It. Isn't. Chocolate!!!!

 

Chocolate and steak though? I'm signed up!

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Oooh! I just had an idea. Fondue! Put the hot fudge in your fondue pot, cook some steak, some crispy bacon, have some oranges sectioned, maybe some roasted broccoli, some Kettle chips or french fries, and whatever else you can think of. Invite some friends over. B)

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