This was an ideal munchie to add to my Halloween buffet this year! These were the first things to go on the table! I look forward to making them for Thanksgiving when my family comes for the holiday!
Everyone loved these pretzels!
We decorated these in Halloween sprinkles and they were a big hit with everyone at my Halloween party this year! Thanks for sharing!
I used Halloween sprinkles and made these for each of my Halloween party guests go bring home. Everyone thought they were so cute and they had never seen anything like it! I will be making these again for my family at Christmas too!
Brought these for a bake sale - they were a bit hit!! Managed to taste a few... what's not to love - chocolate and salt!! mmmm! Thanks Linda! :)
My DS and I were looking for something to do together this weekend and we made these with items we had in the pantry. I melted my chocolate in the microwave and used the small pretzel sticks (not the large pretzel rods) to made bite-size treats! Hardest part was waiting for the chocolate to set. DS is planning to give them to his teacher for Christmas this year.
This is a quick and easy snack or treat...so quick in fact that I put them together this morning before sending the kids off to school. I melted the chocolate chips in the microwave and placed the melted chocolate in a small, narrow juice glass. I twisted the pretzel to remove some of the excess chocolate then gently rolled them in the sprinkles. I placed them on a cookie sheet with waxed paper in the refrigerator before wrapping them individually. My son was excited to help and they look great! Definitely keeping these in mind for kids parties and snacks!
Update: I made these to give to my nieces and nephews for Easter. I used milk chocolate along with pastel sprinkles on some and some crushed pastel M&M's on some others. I wrapped in the colored Easter Basket Wrap, then added a bow made out of pastel ribbon. I can't wait for them to see how great they came out!!! ~~~~~~~ My nieces and I made these for a party at church, and everyone loved them. They used milk chocolate chips and then dipped them in crushed Butterfinger pieces. Great idea! Elaine
I made a test run on these to make for Easter this year. I dipped in caramel, and let it harden, then dipped in chocolate and then rolled in crushed pastel M&M's... Worked great! The kids are going to love these along with Linda's Easter Eggs that I will be making for Easter too! I will be wrapping the Easter ones in pastel colored saran wrap, probably the green, and tying with ribbons like Linda suggests. Awesome Linda! Wiggie
My son and I made these for Valentine's Day. Of course we had to "test" the product before giving them out. These were really easy to make and great. We used red and white sprinkles. My son had fun making them as did I.