Another treat I made at the work baking party with Taryn, were these tasty chocolate dipped pretzels! I had never made these before, but loved how easy they were.
We didn’t have any particular recipe we followed and simply decided to mix one bag of milk chocolate chips and one bag of semi-sweet chips on the stove in our homemade double boiler. I think short pretzel rods are best for this, as you can get a large portion of the pretzel covered with chocolate and easily roll them in any toppings you feel would be fun. We decided to go for sprinkles and crushed candy canes!
One bag of pretzels made about 80 of these treats…not bad! One tip, this dessert seems to be a lot easier to make with two people…one to dip and one to roll in sprinkles/candies!
They ended up being the perfect size to fit in clear bags to pass around!
Enjoy & happy eating!
Yet another reason I wish I still worked with you! What a great idea…they look very festive!
These are so cute!
Thanks, Audrey! I’m glad you like them!
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Very good looking pretzels!! I will have to try these soon 🙂
Thanks, Anna! Glad you are going to try them!
Thanks for making these today.. maybe i had 1, or 3…
Thank you for posting this short piece. So many times, I have cghaut myself saying, Turn off the tv and do something else, and then not offering some suggestions of what that something’ is or worse not getting up and getting them started on another activity.Limiting technology doesn’t seem to be an issue with my younger child it’s the pre-teens and older kids. It takes great effort to be an active parent and, yes, that means tearing yourself away from your own technology addictions(just as with teens, for many adults it’s social networks)and getting outside with your kids.