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Sweet 'N Salty Chocolate-Dipped Pretzel Sticks

By: Sonja from practical-stewardship.com
Updated June 14, 2018
Sweet N Salty Chocolate-Dipped Pretzel Sticks
Sweet 'N Salty Chocolate-Dipped Pretzel Sticks
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Hooray for these Sweet 'N Salty Chocolate-Dipped Pretzel Sticks! This chocolate-covered pretzel recipe will show you how to make chocolate-covered pretzels in no time at all. This is a fun and easy activity you can with your kids that will produce the cutest and most festive holiday treats around. Just the right size for sticking in stockings or for handing out around Christmas time, these chocolate-dipped pretzels are just what you need to spread some holiday cheer.

*Cook chocolate on HIGH with the lid off for 30 minutes, and stir every 10 minutes thereafter until the chocolate has melted.

Slow Cooker Time HIGH30 min

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Ok, how can I come up with the neat ideas like princess6860504 because that is amazing to use the crockpot for melting more than one type of chocolate at the same time? Besides the ease of the idea, you can keep the chocolate in melted form until you are done, so no nuking over and over until you have to throw what is left away because it gets too gloppy and doesn't want to set up right anymore. I love the idea and the pretzels are just the thing to give my family a semi-healthy treat when they want chocolate.

I have made chocolate dipped pretzels before and they make an awesome gift for those whom you don't know what to buy because frankly- they have everything! They are so fun to make and the whole family can get involved. I melted my chocolate in the microwave in a glass bowl, however, I do like this idea much better you fill a crock pot with water (not enough to float a glass jar, though) and turn on high. Your glass jars will be filled with your chips that you are melting. After 30 minutes on high, the chocolate should be melted enough for you to dip the rods. What a neat idea!

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