Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Chocolate Covered Pretzels [TUTORIAL]

First I wanted to show you some of the pictures from my husbands Halloween birthday party thanks to my best friend Domenica =)
The dessert room! And this was just when it started! There were soooo many that came about 10minutes after this picture was taken!!
It wasn’t too cold but I just had to put the fire place on to get in the fall mood =)
Ice green skull- I got a mold and froze it then popped it out into the Sangria! YUM!
OK on to the chocolate covered pretzel tutorial!
What you will need:
  • Pretzel Rods
  • White Chocolate ( You can use, dark chocolate or milk chocolate too!)
  • Sprinkles
  • Double Boiler ( I used a pot than I had a class bowl that fit right on top!
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  • Fill pot with water.
  • Fill bowl with chocolate I used 4  boxes of Bakers White Chocolate
  • Turn stove on high and melt chocolate stirring every so often, you don’t want the chocolate to burn!
  • After the chocolate is melted lower the heat of the stove!
  • Now take a pretzel rod and dip the pretzel in the chocolate. Take a spoon and help cover the pretzel with chocolate. Leave about 2-3 inches of the pretzel w/o chocolate so you have something to hold on to!
  • Lay pretzel on either wax paper or foil
  • Cover the pretzel with sprinkles
  • Finished product
  • Let harden over night for good results! Then place pretzels on a pretty plate or platter! Another great idea is to give these cute pretzels has a goody bag gift! Wrap them in pretty plastic wrap and tie a ribbon around it!

Simple as 1-2-3 Kitchen Tip:

Storing Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Store chocolate-covered pretzels in an air-tight container in a pantry or other food storage area. These treats do not hold up well in the freezer, as the pretzel loses moisture. It is possible the pretzels will taste stale when defrosted.

They were so yummy and everyone loved them!!

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Enjoy!! =)
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Kara said...

Looks like a SPOOKTACULAR party!!! Love the pretzels! YUM!

Bryan and Katie said...

This is one of my favorite things that you make...so cute : )

Natasha said...

These look delicious and I love all of the fabulous things you did for the party. What a great theme!

Happy Birthday to your husband-so sorry I am late in sending these wishes!

Best wishes,

Melissa Stewart said...

Thanks Natasha =)