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St. Patrick’s Day Candy Coated Pretzel Rods – White with Sprinkles #StPatricksDay

St. Patrick's Day Candy Coated Pretzel Rods – White with Sprinkles

St. Patrick’s Day is one of those fun holidays. I can spend hours reading all the fun St. Patrick’s Day quotes and sayings. And a lot of them are inspirational, too. I love all the green, and who doesn’t love shamrocks and leprechauns?

I also love finding St. Patty’s Day food ideas. I usually make corn beef and cabbage on St. Patrick’s Day, but love to shake it up a little with a different St. Patrick’s Day dessert or sweet treat. Something my husband and I love is the combination of sweet and salty.

Since we love pretzels I thought dipping them in white candy melts with some St. Patrick’s Day sprinkles would be a great treat and get us in the mood to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day on March 17th.

St. Patrick’s Day Candy Coated Pretzel Rods – White with Sprinkles

St. Patrick's Day Candy Coated Pretzel Rods – White with Sprinkles

Materials:

  • 1 Bag pretzel rods
  • 1 Bag white Wilton candy melts
  • 1 Container Wilton St. Patrick’s Day Sprinkles
  • Wax paper
  • Plates for drying pretzels on
  • Deep bowl
  • Spoon

Instructions:

Step 1: Place the bag of white candy melts into the bowl and microwave for 1 minute and stir. Continue to microwave the candy melts for 30 seconds at a time and then stir until they are completely melted.

Step 2: Line a plate with wax paper for the pretzels to dry on.

Step 3: Hold a pretzel rod over the bowl of candy melts angled down. Start spooning white candy over the end of the pretzel rod, you can choose how much of the pretzel you want to cover in the candy.

Step 4: Shake off the excess candy over the bowl, and place the pretzel rod on the wax paper lined plate to dry.

Step 5: Sprinkle each pretzel rod with the St. Patrick’s Day sprinkles before it is fully dry. I found that doing it this way was much easier than trying to add the sprinkles while holding the pretzel rod in the air.

St. Patrick's Day Candy Coated Pretzel Rods – White with Sprinkles

This is a great treat to let the kids help make… it’s easy, and turns out pretty. There’s really no way to mess it up.

Step 6: When dried completely, enjoy your pretzel rods, place in a container for storage, or place in clear candy bags for gifting.

What’s your favorite thing about St. Patrick’s Day?

36 Responses to St. Patrick’s Day Candy Coated Pretzel Rods – White with Sprinkles #StPatricksDay

  1. Nicole Brady says:

    Green has always been my favorite color so having a day where I see all the different shades of it wherever I go makes me smile. That’s always been my favorite part of the day.

  2. Lara says:

    I love dipping pretzels in chocolate! Love the green and white here.

  3. Michelle says:

    I love how festive these are! Candy or chocolate covered pretzels are one of my favorite guilty snacks.

  4. I like that kids can help along with this. Love the cute sprinkles you used.

  5. Leah says:

    My kids and I did a similar project at Christmas time. They liked helping and I like that it is very easy to do!

  6. I love pretzels on their own but this makes them even more delectable!

  7. My kids would love these. I bet my husband would, too, because he loves white chocolate and pretzels together.

  8. Kelsey Apley says:

    I really love dipped pretzels, and these are so cute!! My favorite thing about St. Patty’s day is the color green everywhere!! It is my favorite color!!

  9. This is my all time favorite treat!

  10. Raijean says:

    What a neat idea! I want to try this!

  11. Kira says:

    Yum, Yum love the simplicity of this. I pinned it.

  12. Jenn says:

    How pretty! Green is my favorite so I love this time of year.

  13. Cute! I love making these. SO simple!

  14. Digna D. says:

    My son will love making these…and eating them too, of course. Thank you!

  15. Michelle says:

    I love chocolate covered pretzel rods!

  16. These are awesome. I’m loving getting into the St. Patty’s Day spirit!!! 🙂

  17. Very cute! We love pretzels and these are a fun way to make them a sweet treat for St. Patrick’s Day. Thanks!

  18. Tammilee T says:

    These are so much fun! So easy to make and they taste amazing.

  19. Cat Davis says:

    My kids love helping me make these. So easy and tasty.

  20. Great idea! An easy simple tasty themed treat for St. Patrick’s Day!

  21. Toni says:

    Those are beautiful! I love all these St.Paddy’s Day Treats!

  22. We don’t celebrate St Patrick’s Day but those pretzels would be fun any time or on any holiday.

  23. Melissa says:

    So cute and festive! I would love to make these.

  24. Melissa says:

    Yum these look so delicious!

  25. Kristy Casto says:

    What a great idea! They’re simple and pretty. I think I might have to try this this year!
    Thanks,
    Kristy

  26. Shell Feis says:

    Those are too cute! I would eat far too many of those.

  27. Amy says:

    Love candy coated pretzels. I end up eating way too many of them though!

  28. trisha says:

    I love how easy these are to make for all ages!

  29. Angela says:

    These pretzels rods looks so tasty and easy to make. I’ll have to make some for our next gathering.

  30. Chocolate covered pretzels are always my favorite.

  31. Marcie W. says:

    I really enjoy chocolate covered pretzels, and the festive St Paddy’s touch is super cute!

  32. This looks so simple and delicious!

  33. Tammy says:

    I love serving my family green food, LOL 🙂 They typically aren’t overly enthused about green food so it’s my day to get those leafy greens and peas, beans etc. into them!

  34. Toni says:

    These are so fun for St. Paddy’s day!

  35. Lolo says:

    I love chocolate covered pretzels! So yummy!

  36. So fun! I love the little shamrock sprinkles.

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