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Dipped Pretzel Sticks

Dipped Pretzel Sticks

The holidays are here and I can’t tell you how many parties and food related events I have this month. I have a ton of pot-luck parties between the one at my office, a late Friendsgiving and my friends’ annual Festivus party. Not to mention Christmas and New Years Eve and everything in between.

I make these Dipped Pretzel Sticks as a really simple dessert to bring with me to parties. I love them because they’re easy (duh), but also so delicious and my favorite adjective – versatile. Add nuts, crushed peppermints, even crushed pretzels! I used dark, white and milk chocolate in different combinations along with some drizzly caramel. Yes, PLEASE!

Check out the recipe below. What’s your favorite treat to bring along with you to holiday parties?

Dipped Pretzel Sticks

December 3, 2016

A lovely holiday treat that’s a little sweet, salty and crunchy. I wouldn’t say these are diabetic friendly, but they are delicious. They are also really great wrapped in cellophane for gifts!

  • 10m
  • 2m
  • 30m
  • 60 Pretzel Sticks

Ingredients

  • 1 bag of soft caramels (to melt)
  • 4 tablespoons Olive oil
  • 2 packages Pretzel Rods
  • 1 bag of dark chocolate chips
  • 1 bag of white chocolate chips
  • 1 bag of milk chocolate chips

Instructions

  1. Melt all of your chocolate in the microwave - Use one tablespoon of olive oil for each bag of chocolate. The olive oil is going to work like shortening in keeping your melted chocolates the right consistency, but I really hate shortening, so I don't use it. Don't use butter or milk to do the same job. It has water in it and my harden your chocolate more quickly.
  2. Use a spoon or a spatula to spread chocolate on your pretzel rods.
  3. Lay each pretzel on parchment paper, and sprinkle on your other chocolates, or your toppings.
  4. Be the life of the party & enjoy 🙂

Nutrition

  • 20
Dipped Pretzel Sticks
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Mila is the author of Hangry Woman and a type 2 diabetic, trying to navigate her new world. She lives in Texas with her Husband, Bryan, and her pup, Lily. She loves to talk to her readers, so find her on social media and say hello!

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