Chocolate covered pretzels with a dash (or more) of sprinkles.
We have been all about celebrating birthdays the past few months, and white chocolate covered pretzels made the menu for Miss Chloe’s party! She was all about these chocolate covered pretzels for more than one reason. Fun, simple, and delicious!
Sprinkles make for a party.
This recipe is perfect for kids who want to be in the kitchen. It doesn’t require the oven and too many ingredients. The only aspect to keep a close watch over in this chocolate covered pretzels recipe to is the hot melted chocolate for dipping the pretzels. Once the pretzels are added to the bowl, all is needed is some gently mixing 🙂
Miss Chloe couldn’t help herself while making this pretzel snack. Lots of snacking during the making process. She gives this recipe a definite thumbs up all around.
She probably had the most fun with the addition of sprinkles, and a lot of them! The great thing about this recipe is you can alter so much when it comes to the coloring of the chocolate as well as what type of sprinkles you want to use. We went with more of a classic birthday cake theme: white chocolate with rainbow sprinkles and some green sugar sprinkles.
Now for the yummy part, chocolate covered pretzels.
These chocolate covered waffle pretzels are the perfect menu item for any party as well as for an on-the-go snack! Once the chocolate has set, they can be transferred to a storage container for transport or even placed in a fun bowl for eating right away.
See for yourself how delicious and simple this recipe is!
- 3 cups of Waffle Pretzels
- 6 bars (oz) of white chocolate almond bark
- Sprinkles: rainbow sprinkles and green sugar sprinkles
- ~1 tsp of milk if needed
- Lay out parchment paper on a clean countertop or on a cookie sheet.
- Measure out the 3 cups of waffle pretzels and set aside.
- In a medium-large microwaveable bowl, add the white chocolate almond bark. Microwave in 20 second increments, stirring in between each one, for about 1 minute total.
- Add the tsp of milk to the melted chocolate if the consistency seems to thick.
- Add the waffle pretzels to the bowl of melted chocolate and mix to cover all the pretzels.
- Pour the chocolate covered pretzels onto the parchment paper and spread out.
- Quickly add the sprinkles before the white chocolate sets.
- Allow the pretzels to finish setting, about 5 minutes.
You can change out the color of the white chocolate by adding a few drops of food coloring to the melted chocolate before adding pretzels. You could even just opt of the basic milk chocolate almond bark!
The same goes for the sprinkles. You can switch these out to any other type of sprinkle.
Pretzels have never been so good!
I love how versatile pretzels can be when it comes to recipes. They are good salty, in dips, and even sweet! I hope you all enjoy this recipe as much as we do and stay tune for some more fun and festive pretzel recipes.