White Chocolate Pretzel Wreaths

Passed to your plate by Emily Daley

Every year all the cousins on my mom’s side of the family get together for a holiday cookie baking party. Many generations of cousins come together in one place for this one time in the year to catch up, have fun and make some delicious treats. Everyone has their specialties that they like to make every year but one year I decided to mix it up and create something that wasn’t a cookie, but just as delicious. These chocolate pretzels wreaths have been something fun for everyone to make because everyone can customize their own!

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Emily Daley
Prep Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
  • 1 bag White chocolate chunks
  • 1 bag Twisty shaped pretzels
  • Sprinkles/decoration of your choice
  • 1 bag Pull and Peel Twizzlers
  • Wax paper
Prep Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
  • 1 bag White chocolate chunks
  • 1 bag Twisty shaped pretzels
  • Sprinkles/decoration of your choice
  • 1 bag Pull and Peel Twizzlers
  • Wax paper
Instructions
  1. Cut the white chocolate into manageable chunks to put in a microwavable bowl. You will have to do several rounds. Put the chocolate into the microwave for 10-15 second increments, taking it out to stir each time until chocolate is melted. If you melt it took quickly the chocolate will become too thin. Dip the bottom part of the pretzel into the chocolate and place on the wax paper, continuing to do this and placing the pretzels into a circle with the chocolate touching. I usually do 5 for the bottom layer.
  2. Continue this process and put a second smaller circle of pretzels on top to create a layered “wreath”.
  3. Then decorate your wreath with sprinkles, m&ms or any other decoration of your choice.
  4. You can use the pull and peel Twizzlers to tie bows to put on the wreaths as well, connect these by dipping the bottom in the chocolate and placing it on top of the wreath.
  5. Let the chocolate cool and harden and then enjoy!
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