Super Simple Chocolate Covered Pretzels

"So easy its not really a recipe just a heads up to let you know how many it yields."
 
Super Simple Chocolate Covered Pretzels created by Elly in Canada
Ready In:
45mins
Ingredients:
2
Yields:
22 pretzels
Serves:
4
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ingredients

  • 12 cup milk chocolate chips
  • 22 miniature pretzel twists
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directions

  • Put chocolate in small bowl.
  • Microwave for 35 seconds.
  • The chips will still look whole, DO NOT MICROWAVE ANY LONGER! IT WILL BURN, instead stir for 20 seconds and all lumps will be smooth.
  • Lay out a piece of foil.
  • Dip pretzels with fingers in chocolate scrape off excess and lay on foil.
  • Wait 30 minutes to cool (Better if not put in fridge or freezer, they melt when they come out).

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  1. Sammy5516
    Wow that is super easy i might make now!
     
  2. jmhaan
    I made this with pretzel rods and it turned out wonderfully. After dipping the rods in chocolate, I sprinkled sugar crystals on them, which made them look pretty. I wrapped a few in decorative baggies and gave them away as gifts.
     
  3. jennifer in new jer
    Thank you for this recipe. In looking through other recipes, they called for parafin wax or other ingredients that I didnt have on hand and didnt really want to use. Others called for butter which was too late as I had already started melting the chocolate. This was simple and worked great. I used all organic ingredients (thank you Paul Newman!) and used dark chocolate instead of the milk chocolate. It took about 30 minutes to harden as the directions said, and I really appreciated the tip to not put them in the fridge; I had been doing that in the past and now I know why they would always melt after wards. Thank you for this recipe.
     
  4. jennifer in new jer
    Thank you for this recipe. In looking through other recipes, they called for parafin wax or other ingredients that I didnt have on hand and didnt really want to use. Others called for butter which was too late as I had already started melting the chocolate. This was simple and worked great. I used all organic ingredients (thank you Paul Newman!) and used dark chocolate instead of the milk chocolate. It took about 30 minutes to harden as the directions said, and I really appreciated the tip to not put them in the fridge; I had been doing that in the past and now I know why they would always melt after wards. Thank you for this recipe.
     
  5. Elly in Canada
    Super Simple Chocolate Covered Pretzels Created by Elly in Canada

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