Recipe by NESTLE® TOLL HOUSE®
"Dip, dunk, drizzle and sprinkle as you please. Fantastically easy and fun to make, these delicious sweetly salty snacks will have your family running back for more. Great to make any day of the year."
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NESTLE® TOLL HOUSE® Semi-Sweet Chocolate, Milk Chocolate or Premier White Morsels
NESTLE(R) TOLL HOUSE(R) Semi-Sweet Chocolate Mini Morsels and/or sprinkles
Additional NESTLE(R) TOLL HOUSE(R) Morsels for drizzling
I love white chocolate covered pretzels, but I use REAL white chocolate--either chips from Trader Joe's or the Baker's white chocolate bar. The Nestle "White morsels" (and most other white chips) are NOT white chocolate (NO cocoa butter in them at all!) they are just corn syrup and some sugar. I put the white chocolate in a tall skinny glass in warm water in a pot on the stove and melt/dip it in there so the chocolate stays soft. Then whatever is left over we dyed it green and drizzled it over the cooled pretzels. Delicious and pretty!
LOVED these, I thought they would be hard, but they were so fun and easy. The secret is the shortning in the chocolate!!!
These turned out great! We dipped in melted caramels first, froze for 10 minutes then dipped in melted chocolate, froze again then drizzled with white chocolate. We sold them individually packaged for $3 each or 2/$5 for a bake sale. If you seal them individually they will last up to 2 weeks. We used real melting chocolate rather than chocolate chips so not sure if that made a difference.
One of my staples. I make these for the kids sports events (using school colored sprinkles), for birthday parties, for holidays (with colored sugar, sprinkes, very fine chopped nuts, etc.), for presents (Thanks, school bus driver!) and just about anything else. I do microwave my chocolate/shortening in a tall drinking glass, however. Then, I can just dip the pretzel right into the glass and it covers more of the pretzel than a shallow/wide bowl with little effort. So fun, easy and economical! Oh, and best of all - yummy!
Kids and I just made these, we only had the semi-sweet choc. chips, wish i bought a bag of white also for pretty drizzling, but still it was fun, i crushed up some m&m's and we put them on, its a good fun treat! Kids enjoyed making them. Thanks!
These are great! The quantities are right, too. I don't like it when there's a TON of sauce/dip/spread left over. You really do have to refrigerate them to set, though. I tried on the counter and they never hardened.
Came out really cute! Kids loved it!
Turn out great every time! I've made them several times. Put them in treat bags for Christmas for the teachers at the daycare. Got creative & rolled them in nuts, Craisins, sprinkled them with colored sugars, all kinds of spinkles, etc, etc. I found that when using white chocolate to dip, if you roll & hold them for about 30 seconds before placing them on parchment, you will not get a flat side; it sets up fast! :) Also means you should sprinkle or roll pretty soon after dipping. Have fun!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Crazy Dipped Pretzel Rods
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 45
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