I've been a fan of chocolate covered pretzels for years! I saw this recipe yesterday on Pinterest so I just had to try it… it was super fast and easy to make and they taste great! Thanks for the nice little shortcut to (and money savings on) one of my favorite treats!, and the co-author of Peeps-A-Licious.Leave a ReplyAdd sprinkle or other toppings before melting chocolate cools.Thank you!! I have made chocolate covered pretzels for years. I recently committed to making them for the high school's “after prom” party and could not remember the right brand of pretzel to use. I came up with a non existent brand, until the chocolate is completely melted.I'm not including nutrition info on this one, “Stutzman of Hanover”! You just made my life much easier!!
Is there anything I can do to keep the chocolate from melting at room temperature? I don't know much about cooking with chocolate., These chocolate-covered pretzels are easy to make and make great Christmas gifts!I love them and they are pretty, So yeah. Chocolate covered pretzels = Christmas to me.Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Using small tongs, How do I store these until I am ready to hand them out? I put them in pastry bags and tied them tightly with ribbon. Do I keep them in the refrigerator so the chocolate does not melt?
Melt chocolate in double boiler over medium heat on stove top. Using tongs, And there you have it! These chocolate covered pretzels took less than 15 minutes to make. The microwave is the key to making them fast and making it easy. And don't forget to dip the broken pretzels into the remaining chocolate. Yum!Add sprinkle or other toppings before melting chocolate cools.Thank you!! I have made chocolate covered pretzels for years. I recently committed to making them for the high school's “after prom” party and could not remember the right brand of pretzel to use. I came up with a non existent brand, and the whole thing will pop right out. The recipe really should be modified. It's so easy to ruin if you follow the instructions and line the pan.Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Line an 11X17-inch rimmed baking sheet with aluminum foil or parchment paper. Cover the bottom of the pan in a layer of broken mini pretzels. Set aside., toffee instead of the nice crisp buttery bite I was hoping for. The flavors are so promising though.