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Hanukkah White Chocolate Covered Pretzels

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These pretty Hanukkah White Chocolate Covered Pretzels made with pretzel twists, white chocolate, and blue and silver sprinkles for a sweet-and-salty delight that’ll help you celebrate Hanukkah with style.

Let’s be real…treats that are easy-to-make are a must all year round, but even more so during the busy holiday season. That’s why chocolate-covered pretzels are one of my favorite recipes. In twenty minutes or less you can have a festive treat with an amazing taste!

Plus, there is no oven involved. Just a bit of melting in the microwave, double boiler, or candy melting pot, and that’s it. Perfect for the holiday season when you want/need something that can be done in mere minutes.

And I love that they are suitable for any holiday or occasion! Valentine’s Day, Christmas, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter — even for birthdays or an anniversary. All you have to do is change up the color of the sprinkles and they’re good to go!

White chocolate-covered pretzels decorated with silver and blue sprinkles are laid out on a Hanukkah tray

So, have I convinced you to give this easy Hanukkah White Chocolate Covered Pretzels recipe a try? Let’s get to it!

HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE CHOCOLATE COVERED PRETZELS

Top off your Hanukkah celebration with these delicious homemade Hanukkah White Chocolate Covered Pretzels. They are simple, fun, and festive with a stunning appearance and a spectacular salty-sweet taste!

KITCHEN TOOLS YOU MAY NEED

Another great thing about this Hanukkah dessert recipe is that you only need a few supplies and ingredients to make it.

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easy Hanukkah white chocolate covered pretzels recipe

INGREDIENTS FOR HANUKKAH WHITE CHOCOLATE COVERED PRETZELS

To make this tasty Hanukkah dessert recipe, all you need is pretzels, chocolate, and sprinkles. And in the end, you get a tasty treat that’s perfect for a Hanukkah candy board, snacks, dessert, parties, and even homemade gifts.

close up of Hanukkah pretzels on a tray

INSTRUCTIONS TO MAKE CHOCOLATE OCVERED HANUKKAH PRETZELS

Step One: Prep

  • Line a large baking sheet with parchment or wax paper or a silicone baking mat.
  • Pour the blue sprinkles in one bowl and the silver sprinkles in another bowl.

Step Two: Melt Chocolate

  • Melt the chocolate according to the instructions on the packaging. I like to use my Wilton Candy Pot – as opposed to the microwave or double boiler. It makes it SO much easier and it keeps the chocolate from setting while you are dipping.

Step Two: Dip and Sprinkle

  • Dip a pretzel into the melted chocolate, then use a fork to remove the pretzel from the chocolate.
  • Gently tap the fork against the sides of the bowl to remove most of the excess chocolate, and then slide the pretzel onto the lined baking sheet (use a second fork or toothpick if needed).
  • Immediately add both the blue and the silver sprinkles

Repeat the heating/dipping process with the rest of the pretzels.

Step Three: Let Set

  • Refrigerate until firm, about 20 minutes.
close up of Hanukkah pretzels

WHAT IS THE BEST CHOCOLATE TO USE TO MAKE CHOCOLATE COVERED PRETZELS?

When making these Hanukkah White Chocolate Covered Pretzels you can use any chocolate you like – chopped white chocolate, white chocolate chips, almond bark, or candy melts. The only rule is that when buying white chocolate, be sure to check the ingredients and make sure cocoa butter is listed. A lot of white chocolate uses vegetable oil instead of cocoa butter which doesn’t melt very well and won’t work for coating pretzels.

I prefer to use Baker’s Premium White Chocolate Bar as it’s made with milk and cocoa butter. It has a silky-smooth texture and a great taste. Plus, it melts easily and is a cinch to break apart.

HOW LONG DO CHOCOLATE COVERED PRETZELS LAST?

These Hanukkah White Chocolate Covered Pretzels will keep in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. Even after that they don’t really go “bad”, the pretzels just start to dry out and have a stale taste.

Hanukkah pretzels on a tray in front of a menorah

OTHER WAYS TO DECORATE CHOCOLATE COVERED PRETZELS

There are lots of ways you can get creative with chocolate covered pretzels. Here are a few I’ve tried:

  • use rods or sticks instead of twists
  • add stripes to your pretzels by melting some dark chocolate and adding it to a plastic squeeze bottle. Drizzle the chocolate across the pretzel and immediately add sprinkles (or skip the sprinkles).
  • decorate them with other types of sprinkles, coconut flakes or chopped nuts.
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Yield: 50 pretzels

Hanukkah White Chocolate Covered Pretzels

easy Hanukkah white chocolate covered pretzels recipe

These pretty Hanukkah White Chocolate Covered Pretzels made with pretzel twists, white chocolate, and blue and silver sprinkles for a sweet-and-salty delight that’ll help you celebrate Hanukkah with style.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 White chocolate Bar (or 1 cup white chocolate chips)
  • 50 Pretzel Twists (mini or regular size)
  • Blue Sugar Sprinkles
  • Silver Sprinkles

Instructions

    1. Line a large baking sheet with parchment or wax paper or a silicone baking mat.
    2. Pour the blue sprinkles in one bowl and the silver sprinkles in another bowl.
    3. Melt the chocolate according to the instructions on the packaging.
    4. Dip a pretzel into the melted chocolate, then use a fork to remove the pretzel from the chocolate.
      Gently tap the fork against the sides of the bowl to remove most of the excess chocolate, and then slide the pretzel onto the lined baking sheet (use a second fork or toothpick if needed).
    5. Immediately add both the blue and the silver sprinkles.
    6. Repeat until all pretzels are covered.
    7. Allow to sit until chocolate sets (usually about 20 minutes).

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

50

Serving Size:

1 pretzel

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 119Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 353mgCarbohydrates: 24gFiber: 1gSugar: 2gProtein: 3g

Nutritional information is automatically calculated with ingredients and serving size and may not be accurate. Please always double check with your own nutritional apps as well.

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