Chocolate Covered Pretzel Rods for the Holidays!

This is a super fun to do recipe with the kids for any holiday that can be dressed up and looks amazing to hand out to family, friends at school, and even co-workers!

Total: 1 hour 30 min
Cook: 10 min
Yields: 90 pretzel rods


3 bags of pretzel rods
2 bricks of milk chocolate
1 brick of white chocolate
Variety of Holiday sprinkles
Wax paper

  • Recipe can be adjusted to whatever you need, some people use less or more chocolate, some use different types of chocolate, and of course decorations are totally up to you!


To prep, lay out multiple baking sheets with wax paper on them to place the chocolate dipped pretzel rods once they have been dipped. This way you can place the pans in the fridge to cool them after they are dipped and sprinkled.

Go through your bags of pretzel rods and place all “full” length pretzel rods in a container and place to the side until you are ready to use them.

Melt chocolates in the microwave in a plastic bowl or in a metal bowl on top of a pot of bowling water on the stove. Whichever you prefer.

Once the chocolate is melted, start dipping your pretzel rods into the chocolate of your choice, until it reaches roughly ½ way up the rod. Make sure to let the chocolate drip off the rod a little bit to get rid of some of the excess chocolate.

Lay the pretzel rod on to your wax paper prepared baking sheet. Once you have the sheet of rods complete, you can start decorating. Simply sprinkle them with your choice of sprinkles, drizzle them with opposite chocolates used, the options are endless! Make them your own!

Continue this process till all pretzel rods are dipped and decorated!

Let cool completely before putting into pselaphine bags.




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