Patriotic Chocolate-Covered Pretzels

patriotic chocolate-covered pretzels

If you are looking for a simple 4th of July treat with a big bang of color, look no further.  You’ll love how easy this is to do and the delicious taste of chocolate covered pretzels.

Here is what you’ll need:

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1.  Melt your chocolates according to instructions.  Wilton calls for 1 minute on the defrost setting, then stir thoroughly.  Follow with 30 second intervals until chocolate is completely melted.  I use a tall glass for melting since I need something to accommodate pretzel rods.

2.  Dip the pretzel rod in the chocolate and with the help of a spoon, cover more of the rod.  I spin it a couple times over the glass when done to “shake” off extra chocolate.

 

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3.  With a spoon, drop the sprinkles over the chocolate, spinning the pretzel.  (I wanted to say sprinkle the sprinkles, but that sounds ridiculous!)  Use a dish underneath to catch the extra sprinkles.  We’ll use them later.
 

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4.  Lay the pretzels out on wax paper and allow to dry completely.

 

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If you have any short, broken pretzels, you can use those too.  Just dip the broken end in the chocolate.  You’ll end up with cute pretzel bites.

 

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* For the mixed sprinkles that fell in dish, try using them as the garnish or filler in the bottom of your jar.  (See top picture)

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What are your favorite patriotic treats?  

 

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Comments

  1. that is so cute! I love how you designed them! I will definitely be doing those with the boys!

  2. Those are not only cute but fun! Thanks for showing us how to do it! I was your neighbor at The Better Mom this morning :)
    Blessings,
    Joanne

  3. What a fun idea! Love this Kristen! :)