43 Reviews

The kids went crazy for these when they saw them in their baskets. I decorated them with chocolate then pastel sprinkles and wrapped them in colored cellophane paper with a bow. So cute and so delicious!

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Amanda's Pantry! April 27, 2011

Wow, this was so easy, and yet so...classy! I made these for a holiday party, and bought a container with about 8 different types of sprinkles, plus some toffee bits to roll them in. I made quite the assortment. Looked and tasted great! Why didn't I think of this before? I'm going to make more for the next get-together!

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Wendybird 2 December 15, 2010

I made these for our cookout for the 4th of July. I hope the kids like them. I couldn't resist trying one myself and they are excellent! I used caramel, then chocolate, then red white and blue sprinkles. They look so patriotic!

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cindymcleod62 July 02, 2010

Thank you for this easy recipe! I made them for end of year teacher gifts and placed them in clear plastic bags with colorful summertime-looking bows. I tested them on my kids and husband and they especially liked the ones dipped in toffee bits.

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julie.simon June 24, 2010

Trying these out on the kids before making for halloween. They loved decorating them. We used milk chocolate M&M candies for halloween, and crushed them before rolling the pretzels in them. Kids loved them. .............................................. Update: I made them for the kids coming to our Easter Hunt this year, and used Easter Sprinkles to cover the chocolate. These are quick to whip up and look pretty and taste great!

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brittanywigginnh April 06, 2010

I made these for Valentines Day for my niece and nephews using heart and pink sprinkles. The kids loved them and the adults were mad I didn't make them any!

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KCHomeCook February 22, 2010

My kids are gonna flip when I give them these for Valentine's Day! They came out so good. I dipped them in melted caramel first, then rolled them in finely chopped nuts and red sprinkles. I wrapped them in pink clear wrap and tied red ribbon around the bottom. So cute! These are really great and are something different to make for any of the holidays or school activities the kids might have during the year.

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**Angie** February 12, 2010

I didn't have chocolate chips but used white almond bark instead and they were wonderful and the grandkids had a blast making these and giving them as gifts for their teachers. Thanks for posting such a tasty and fun kid friendly recipe. Making these will become a tradition for our family from now on.

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MarshHen December 18, 2009

Decorated them with Halloween sprinkles and they were given out at our house for Halloween. The kids ohhed and ahhed each time I passed them out. These don't take much time to make and the reactions from the kids are worth every minute it took to whip them up! I think I will be making these from now on to pass out on Halloween!!!

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~*~LindyT53~*~ November 01, 2009

Easy and tasty. I used a couple of squares of baking chocolate chopped, melted in microwave at 50% power in 30 second increments. Used the little pretzel sticks. Next time will be the pretzel rods. Omitted the sprinkles.

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KellyMae May 11, 2009
Linda's Chocolate Dipped Pretzel Rods