Holiday Chocolate-dipped Pretzels

 

 

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As you may or may not know, every year my roommate and I hold a holiday party. And this year, the last year that she will be living at our humble abode, we decided to go all out with a big tree, three different drinks, and most importantly, three different types of sweets. Two of these sweets are in the form of cookies but for the third one I wanted to try something new. Something festive, yet also simple given out plate was already full of other to-do’s to get ready for the party. So after watching Zoella’s Christmas video on some quick and easy holiday sweets, I settled on chocolate covered pretzels. And while I decided to use white chocolate, you can use whatever chocolate you’d like! Just make sure to follow the instructions on the bag to make sure you are melting the chocolate correctly. Here’s what I did for mine!

Ingredients

  • Nestle Toll House White Chocolate Chips (or whatever variety you’d prefer)
  • Salted pretzels
  • Holiday sprinkles
  • Parchment/wax paper lined baking sheet

Instructions

(Follow the instructions on your bag of chocolate for melting. This is what mine were)

  • Heat up water until it is almost boiling in sauce pan
  • Using the double boiler method (a pan on top of the pan with water) melt your chocolate, stirring it pretty much constantly
  • Once the chocolate is completely melted, remove it from heat and start dipping the pretzels in it
  • Place your dipped pretzel on your parchment paper and add sprinkles
  • Note: You may have to keep moving your chocolate on and off the heat to make sure it stays melted but not too hot to overheat and coagulate
  • Once you are done with all your pretzels, put the sheet into the fridge to cool for 15 minutes

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