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I used Rold Gold Pretzle Tony Twists. They are a little bit bigger but thinner so they look better. And chocolate doesn’t get soft. :)
Is delicious aka we made it!
Made them and was so pleased. Simple yet delicious. Only problem was that after 2 hours in fridge, when I served immediately, the chocolate virtually melted on everyone’s fingers. Could not eat an entire regular size twist without the chocolate getting soft. Any advice ?
First time to make, not sure I did it correctly, a bit messy but a very easy recipe to follow
The chocolate covered pretzels we’re amazing, so easy to make and look so beautiful. I decided to try to make some with butterscotch chips. Oh my goodness the combination of a salted pretzel and butterscotch a definite match made in heaven.
Do you think chilling or freezing the pretzels before enrobing would help the chocolate?
It might help a little bit I don’t think it seems really necessary unless you have gotten your chocolate very warm and liquidy, in which case it might help the chocolate firm up a bit. But I haven’t tried it. If you do, come back and let me know!
I’m going to try this recipe but I’m going to sprinkle with crushed peppermint!!!!
Make sure you are using real chocolate. Some off brand chips are immitation, if your chocolate is too thick add a little shortening or oil. I find a tsp of canola oil usually does the trick and doesn’t give an off flavor. Go slow when heating your chocolate, it can be over heated easily making it unworkable.
Can I use almond bark chocolates?
I tried melting choc morsels followed all directions for Micro Choc did not get soft enough to dip pretzels. And more heating dried it out . ???? SUGGESTIONS
Hi, Kathy! What kind of chocolate chips were you using? It sounds like they might have had an ingredient in them that maybe prevented them from melting. I usually use Nestle chocolate chips for most of my baking and melted chocolate needs!
I make these all the time I use a little cooking oil (Crisco) in my chocolate before melting them. Helps a great deal!
Are they salted pretzels
Hi, Maria! Yes, salted pretzels.
Nice combination of pretzels with chocolate! Love them!
I love this recipe! Nothing is better than that salty-sweet creamy-crunch combo!