Hello my lovely readers! Thank you for being so patient with me during this hectic time. I thought I’d take a break from the “real world” and jump on in here to share with you a sweet Valentine’s recipe. I don’t know about you, but I love the idea of Valentine’s Day… and I hate the nasty candy that comes with it. I think those yucky chocolates and conversation hearts are just the worst! Nothing tastes fresh to me and maybe I’m just a candy snob, but I have politely asked that no one give me any Valentine’s candy.
So in my midst of Vday prepping, I got the idea to make something sweet and salty! My Halloween version was a hit, so I figured I’d remake these delicious chocolate covered pretzel rods into something a little more cutesy.
The process is easy peasy! I think making these particular pretzels took all of 15 minutes, and I was baking two other recipes at the same time! Phew!
I’ll also post that I am selling these locally. Since I’m taking a hiatus from Facebook, I will not be updating my page. If you are in the Norman, Oklahoma area, feel free to order from my menu!
1 bag of pretzel rods
1/2 a brick (12 net wt oz) white almond bark
1. In a saucepan on medium-low heat, slowly melt the almond bark. Do not melt too quickly or it will burn. Lay out wax paper on a counter or a few large cookie sheets. Set aside.
2. Once the almond bark is fully melted, dipped/roll/coat the pretzel rods in the bark and gently tap the excess off. To decorate with sprinkles, coat the wand while the bark is still wet. Place on the wax paper and let dry completely.