White Chocolate Peppermint Pretzels Simple + Holiday

White Chocolate Peppermint Pretzels Simple + Holiday


The simple and delicious crunchy white chocolate peppermint pretzels are very easy to make and perfect for gifts! !

Peppermint snacks like Candy Cane Oreo Pop, Peppermint Brownies and Peppermint Chocolate Truffles are our top Christmas snacks. These simple white chocolate peppermint pretzels are at the top of our making list!

The perfect flavor combination!

We like to make a plate of Christmas gifts to give to neighbors and friends as holiday gifts. Sometimes it can be a little overwhelming, which is why I like to include simple recipes that can be made quickly.

White chocolate peppermint pretzels are simple and delicious. Children like to help soak and decorate. If you don’t like white chocolate (how can you not like it), you can easily use milk or dark chocolate and sprinkle some chocolate for extra holiday fun!

Although I like white chocolate very much, mint chunks are more delicious! It is the ultimate flavor combination of salty, sweet and mint, and is a Christmas classic.

How to make them

Prepare. First spread the parchment paper. Put crushed candy canes in a bowl and set aside.

Candy coating. First break down your candy coating into cubes, then put them in a pot and heat them over low heat. Melt while stirring constantly with a rubber spatula. Melt until there are no more pieces.

*tip: Confectionery coatings can be found in the baking section of a grocery store. You can use white chocolate chips, but I think the candy coating is better and easier to use. 😉

Impregnation + decoration. Pour the candy coating into a thin, tall cup/jar. Dip the pretzel sticks into the candy coating and place them on parchment paper. Sprinkle with sugar cane flakes and/or sprinkle with sugar crumbs and set aside. Please enjoy!

Variety:

  • Any type of candy coating can be used, including almond peel
  • Use red or green food coloring to give the candy coating a Christmas flavor.
  • Use milk or dark chocolate instead
  • Use any type of pretzel

Tips + storage information

Candy feet: Sometimes after you dip pretzels and place them on parchment paper to cure, you will notice a buildup of the coating on the bottom. This is called candy or chocolate feet. To prevent it from forming, don’t coat them too thick and tap the pretzels to drizzle the excess melted candies. If it still forms, then you can simply break or trim it.

Keep the chocolate warm and soakable: If you are worried about the chocolate hardening before dipping all the pretzels, you can try to melt the chocolate in a crock pot or use a double boiler to melt it.

  • Use Crockpot to heat, Put chocolate chips, candy melts, or chocolate chips in a heat-resistant glass jar. Fill your clay pot with hot water about ½ of water. Put your jar in a clay pot filled with water, turn the heat up for about 30 minutes, and don’t cover the clay pot. Stir the potato chips in the jar until completely melted! After all is melted, you can lower the pot and leave the pot in the clay pot because it will stay smooth and runny.
  • Use a double boiler for heating, Fill the bottom of the pot with 2-3 inches of water. Bring the water to a boil, then turn the heat down. Put a glass or metal bowl on the pot. Add the wafers to the bowl and let it melt.

Shop It can be stored for up to 2 weeks in an airtight container.

These pretzel sticks are the most popular Give it as a holiday gift. Glue 2-3 pieces with a long candy bag and tie them with ribbons. If you plan to distribute these, I will definitely deliver them within 2-3 days after production.

For more candy recipes, please check:

Course dessert

American cuisine

Preparation time 10 minutes

Cooking time 5 minutes

15 minutes total time

Serves 15 sticks

Calories 74 kcal

Author Little Luna

  • 15-20 pretzel sticks
  • 3-4 pieces of candy coating
  • Crushed candy canes
  • First spread the parchment paper.

  • Put crushed candy canes in a bowl and set aside.

  • First break down your candy coating into cubes, then put them in a pot and heat them over low heat. Melt while stirring constantly with a rubber spatula. Melt until there are no more pieces.

  • Pour the candy coating into a thin, tall cup/jar.

  • Dip the pretzel sticks into the candy coating and place them on parchment paper. Sprinkle with sugar cane flakes and/or sprinkle with sugar crumbs and set aside. Please enjoy!

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