Holiday Peanut Butter Filled Pretzels

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My kids beg for chocolate covered pretzels every holiday season. We have been making versions of these for years and years. Sometimes it's just the long rods with sprinkles, or the thick "pretzel shaped" ones. 

They are another easy, easy addition to the holiday cookie platter. And they look so pretty too. We made so many of these the other day. It's also the perfect project for kids who like to do this kind of thing. No stove required.

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I have been using Candiquik for a very long time. It only shows up at my grocery store "sometimes" during the holiday season. When I see it, I buy every single package. It lasts all year and is perfect for lots of holiday projects (Valentine's, Easter etc). I especially like how it sets up so easily on the item you are dipping. I have always had great luck with this product. I just wish it was more readily available and I'm finding myself ordering it online more and more.

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The Candiquik is in a microwavable tray and only takes a little over a minute to melt completely.

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Dip the pretzels in chocolate and place on parchment. Sprinkle with desired sprinkles and let dry for 5-10 minutes.
 
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These look great in all kinds of containers and are the perfect little treats to wrap up in sweet jars or teeny baskets for giving.

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Holiday Peanut Butter Filled Pretzels

Recipe from: Created by Noble Pig | Serves: As many as you want to make

Ingredients

  • Candiquik Candy Coating in chocolate and vanilla
  • peanut butter filled pretzels
  • holiday sprinkles

Directions

  • Melt Candiquik in microwave according to package directions. Toss handfuls of pretzels in melted Candiquik until fully coated. Place on parchment and sprinkle with holiday sprinkles. Let dry 5-10 minutes.

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18 Comments and 4 Replies

  1. I love these! They’re so pretty with the decorative sprinkles, but knowing there’s even more goodness inside I wouldn’t be able to keep my hands off of them! Getting a picture of them might be close to impossible for me, lol.

  2. I’ve never heard of Candiquik but I’m definitely going to keep an eye out for it (or order some online)! I usually use the candy melts from Michael’s which work pretty well. The girls will love to make these easy Christmas treats!

  3. Oh, Cathy! We were just talking about candy-covered pretzels. I bought some white almond bark for another recipe on the blog, and had leftover and instantly thought about the pretzels we used to make! It’s such a classic treat. In a world of triple chocolate, nutella-infused oreo-stuffed everything, simple is best :)

  4. That sounds so much better than plain pretzels! What a great idea. My kids want to make these today they said. :)

  5. debbie 5

    where can i find peanutbutter filled pretzels

  6. Lynda 7

    How easy is that….I think I’ll make these with my granddaughter next week!
    I use the Candiquick too, and it does a great job with whatever you need it to do.

  7. NancyC 8

    Those are so cute and fun! I’m sure they’re very yummy, too!

  8. katie 10

    Oh I have never heard of candiquick. I need to find some stat. What a simple yet elegant homemade gift to give during the holidays!

  9. Mary Beth Elderton 12

    Yummmmm! These sound absolutely delicious! And easy. *pinned*

  10. Karly 13

    What a fun idea! I’m addicted to those little pretzels. Love the thought of dipping them in chocolate!

  11. So festive and kid friendly! my kids would eat these up before i could even give them as gifts.

  12. I love love love pb pretzels and this is such a fun way to make them even better!

  13. Ooo-weee-Ooo-wee!! Those are some fine lookin’ treats. My stomachs would receive those with joy.

  14. These would be the death of me! I can’t stop once I start on those PB filled pretzels! Love the chocolate addition too!

  15. Sue 19

    These look delicious! Great idea! Cute, easy, and quick to make. All my requirements! Thanks for sharing!

  16. Those are adorable! I love the sweet/salty combo

  17. Jayne 21

    They are soooooo pretty! Gah! Why can’t I get pretzels here? WHY?

  18. whoahhhh….. They make peanut butter stuffed pretzels????? Where have I been?? These sound wonderful!

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