Make your own White Chocolate Pretzels

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White Chocolate Pretzels

Making your own White Chocolate Pretzels is fun and rewarding. We do these in the fall each year so that we can customize them with the kids school colors.

But making them at Christmas time is something you can do together to make inexpensive Christmas gifts for friends and family.

I always pick up sprinkles when they are on sale to use for other holiday’s. I grab marked down red sprinkles at Christmas to use for Valentines day. Just a suggestion to save you some money!

Making White Chocolate Pretzels

Even the kids can help with the dipping and they can absolutely help with the sprinkles! You can also go HERE and print free labels for your jars!

Make your own White Chocolate Pretzels
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Ingredients
  • 20-30 Star Shaped Pretzels
  • 6 oz Brilliant White Candy Melts
  • Red White Green Sprinkle Decorations

Instructions
  1. Place cooling rack over a piece of wax paper
  2. Heat white candy chips in small Bowl by microwaving for 30 seconds stirring and repeating until melted. Allow to cool for 2-3 minutes.
  3. Dip Pretzels in white chocolate to cover completely and place on cooling rack sprinkle with decorations.
  4. Repeat for remaining pretzels.
  5. Allow to set before placing in jar.

 

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  1. Ellie says

    I rushed right out and my Walmart (kuykendal)did not have pretzels or bright white candy melts. Guess they all carry different stuff. I had several employees looking but to no avail. I will start looking earlier next year they are so cute.

    • Tiffany says

      Mine are right at the front of the store. They have bags and bags of them and some in clear buckets as well. I shop at Sawdust. Instead of the melts, use almond bark, you will get the exact same effect. Sorry you didn’t see them!! I promise they are there. Let me get the name brand ones I used and maybe you can call and that way they can find them.

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