Wreath Chocolate Covered Pretzels

8 Pretzels
30 min

I wanted to try my own version of a chocolate covered pretzel wreath. I hope you like it!

Do you LOVE Chocolate Covered Pretzels like I do? Do you enjoy making them in different ways?

Even with these wreaths, I could not stick to just one design. I tried variations. Which one is your favorite? How would you take this idea and change it/ make it your own?

I do recommend that you watch the video for details not shown below!

You will need o shaped pretzels, white chocolate, green candy melts, and sprinkles.

Melt the wafers and the chocolate in the microwave in a glass dish using the ‘melt chocolate’ setting.

Dip some pretzels into green only. Then make a lighter green by mixing a little green into white. You can use almond bark but white chocolate tastes better in my opinion.

Alternate the colors on a silicon mat immediately after dipping, while they are still wet.

The pretzels will harden and stick together.

Before


Add sprinkles before the chocolate dries.

AFTER!


You can make smaller wreaths by using just one pretzel if you like.


Use 8 or 10 pretzels for each large wreath.


Put in treat bags and give as gifts.


Or enjoy them yourself!

I like using my mini tongs for projects like this one.

If you liked my idea for a Chocolate Covered Pretzel Wreath, consider sharing it for others to enjoy. : )

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Wreath Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Recipe details

  • 8  Pretzels
  • Prep time: 30 Minutes Cook time: 0 Minutes Total time: 30 min
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Ingredients


  • O shaped pretzels
  • Green and white chocolate melting wafers
  • sprinkles

Instructions


Melt chocolate wafers in microwave on melt chocolate setting.
Mix some white with some green to make a light green color.
Dip some pretzels in green and some in light green chocolate.
Lay on a silicone baking mat in a circle, alternating colors.
Add sprinkles while chocolate is still wet.
Let dry and serve or store for later.

Liberty Brammer
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