I think this is the next Bachelor Girls Night treat that I am going to make for my friends!! Oh! She Cooks! blog explains it step by step. It looks so much easier than I had imagined it.I’m going to add sprinkles to mine because I LOVE color! Recipe with pics can be found here
Chocolate-Dipped Pretzels –
Yield: 30-40 logs
1/2 (12 oz) bag melting
1/2 lb. pretzel logs
1/4 cup white melting chocolate
1/2 cup mini chips, M&Ms and/or jimmies (optional)
HOW TO MAKE (in exact words of Oh! She Cooks!) :
Place chocolate in a microwave-safe 1 quart bowl. Microwave on full power for 1
minute. Stir, then microwave for another 30 seconds. Stir until chocolate is
Hold pretzel by one end. Dip other end into chocolate, almost all the way up,
then tap on inner edge of bowl to allow excess chocolate to drip.
slide pretzel onto prepared baking sheet (to reduce puddling). Repeat with
remaining pretzels. Reheat chocolate for 20 additional seconds if it starts to
- To decorate with white chocolate: place dipped pretzels in the fridge for about
10 minutes to firm up chocolate. Meanwhile, place white chocolate in pipping
bag/bottle or small food-grade freezer bag (storage bags are too flimsy).
- Microwave at 30 seconds intervals until white chocolate starts to melt. Remove
from microwave and massage bag/bottle until white chocolate is completely
melted. Snip off a tiny corner of bag. Using a quick back-and-forth motion (or
as I call it, wheeeee!) slowly squeeze bag/bottle to drizzle pretzels
- I didn’t do this, but before any of the chocolate dries you can
also sprinkle with mini-chocolate chips, M&Ms and/or jimmies.
baking sheet into fridge again to completely harden chocolate. TIP ALERT:
scrape up excess white chocolate to use again.
Store dipped pretzels in tightly sealed container at cool room temperature for
up to 3 days or refrigerate up to a week. Allow to come to room temperature (in
sealed container to avoid condensation) before serving.
I know this looks like a lot of steps but I encourage you to go to the website and see the step by step pictures provided by Oh! She Cooks! like the one I have posted above. It’s really easy once you look at those! 🙂 Can’t wait to try this! I’m hoping mine will look like this!: