In the mood for chocolate pretzels? They're easy to make.
Step 1 Get Your Supplies
- Pretzels - Any type will work! They all taste great covered in chocolate!
- Melting Discs - These come in different colors and flavors. These can be found at Wal-Mart, Jo-Ann's, Pat Catan's, Michael's, or any candy store near you!
- Toppings - Toffee, crushed Oreos, M&M's, sprinkles, or anything you would think would be delicious would be perfect!
- Long Pretzel Bags - These are used to put your finished product in.
- Cookie Sheet
- Small Sauce Pan
Now that you have all your supplies, you are ready to start making these addicting treats!
Step 2 Melt the Chocolate
Get a small sauce pan and put your stove on the lowest heat. I have numbers on mine and I put it between 1 and 2. You will then dump your melting discs into your pan and stir them occasionally so they melt evenly and don't burn. Now, once they are almost done melting, take it off the heat and mix until it has, that way you don't burn the chocolate.
Step 3 Add Toppings
Once you have covered your pretzels with the melted chocolate, and while the chocolate is still warm, you can then put your toppings on your pretzels.
Step 4 Harden Them
Once you've finished with your toppings, place your cookie sheet in the fridge to cool down and harden. I would give it about 10 minutes in the fridge and about 20 minutes if you just leave them on the counter to harden.
Step 5 Store
After they are cooled down and hard, gently take the pretzels off the pan and slip them into long pretzel bags and tie them shut. They will stay fresh up to 2-3 weeks.
Step 6 Enjoy!
Now enjoy! You can get creative and get decorated bags, ties, and ribbons to seal them shut. I hope you enjoy your fun pretzels!
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