I love chocolate covered anything!
Yes, I love chocolate covered anything such as Chocolate Covered Potato Chips, Chocolate Covered Strawberries, Chocolate Covered Peanuts, and the list goes on. Chocolate is like a food remedy for just about anything. Think about it. There are some recipes where chocolate is being used for some savory dishes. Chocolate can be found in some chili’s, rubs for different cuts of meat, different pasta sauces, and even BBQ sauces. Chocolate is everywhere. However, I like it in the simplest form, dipped or sipped. I made a funny! No?
What I love the most about these Chocolate Covered Pretzels is that they are perfect for gift giving and takes hardly anytime to make. All you have to do is dip the pretzels, coat them with your favorite topping, and leave them to set. You can get ask creative as you want with the toppings too! Let your mind be your guide. Use mini marshmallows, mini chocolate chips, toffee chips, sprinkles, peppermint pieces, or even popcorn. Dang! That is a good idea. In any case, you can do whatever you want to do with these pretzels. That is what I love about these treats. As far as serving, you can put them in Mason jars like I did in the picture, place them on trays, or other cute holiday containers. Whelp, that is all I have for Day 3 of “Christmas Week”. It has already been requested that I make these again real soon. Once you make them and share, get ready for everyone wanting them every year.
Chocolate Covered Pretzel Rods
- Total Time: 15 mins
Chocolate Covered Pretzel Rods are perfect, easy, and great treats to make for the holidays.
- 1 lb. Bag Pretzel Rods
- 1 lb. Chocolate Candy Coating
- 1 lb. White Chocolate Candy Coating
- 2 c. assorted toppings (toffee pieces, mini marshmallows, mini chocolate chips, peppermint pieces, Christmas colored sprinkles, etc)
- Melt both chocolate candy coating in the microwave for about 1 minute. Dip the pretzel rods halfway and sprinkle with desired topping. Set on wax paper and allow to set before serving or packaging. Repeat until all pretzel rods have been dipped.
- Prep Time: 15 mins
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