White Chocolate Pretzels

  • Prep Time: 30 mins
  • Total Time: 30 mins
  • Serves: 1,Yield: 1pound
  • About This Recipe

    “My girls love these so much–if I don’t have some made they buy them in the stores and they are very expensive.But they are quite cheap to make and very little trouble.”


  • 1 (12ounce) packages almond bark
  • 1 (9ounce) packages small pretzels
  • Directions

  • Slowly melt almond bark in an appropriate pan or follow directions on package.
  • Dip pretzels in white chocolate and lay on wax paper to firm.
  • When firm, you may put in a covered bowl or in a bag.
  • Reviews

  • “Very easy to make.I bought a bag of gourmet white popcorn and small pretzel twists.Poured half a bag of the popcorn and pretzels in a large bowl and poured the melted white chocolate over them and stirred well. Spread onto a cookie sheet and let harden…tastes great! Will definitely make these again. 🙂 Thanks Darlene.”

  • “I made these at work using their microwave and lunch room. A fun and jolly treat everyone enjoyed. Super quick to make if you aren’t too fussy. I’d melt the bark in the microwave and just dip the pretzels in by fork. Then place onto a coated paper plate with or without wax paper. Most would be gone before I could sprinkle sparkles onto them. And look for the wonderful different shapes of pretzels. Trees this time of year and squares are cute even. Trees are my favorite all year round due to living in far NW Montana right among them. A pine cone shape would be fun too but never saw one. Any pretzel pretty much works except the huge sizes. Make some in chocolate too. Or half and half. A dash of green food color to the white bark for tree shaped ones add some holiday zip. Thanks for sharing Darlene”

  • “We have always done this with the big pretzel rods We dip one end in the chocolate and then roll it in nuts or sprinkles. We have given these as gifts for Christmas.”

  • “These are great; I’ve always loved to eat them, I’ve just never made them before.Definitely easy to put together, just slightly time consuming. I found it easier to dip half the pretzel for the entire batch, then go back and dip the other half after the first half set.”

  • “These are so pretty and easy to make! I used white melting chips because I couldn’t find almond bark. I used sprinkles on them so they looked festive for Christmas. I layed them on foil since waxed paper can sometimes stick. I also dipped them in milk chocolate. Thanks for the recipe!”

  • “I make these every year and everyone loves them. Super fast and easy! Never have added sprinkles to them, but will from now on! Thanks!”

  • “I love to make these around Christmas time for teachers, neighbors, babysitters,etc. I put the red and green sugar sprinkles on them. OH SO YUMMY!!!!!!!”

  • “I make these every year for Christmas (actually 2 batches).I love these tasty little gems and once you start, you can’t stop nibbling.This year I dipped just half the pretzel.I think I like this better.They are not as sweet this way, and much easier to handle.”

  • “These are great!The combination of sweet and salty is a winner, and so pretty on a cookie tray.They are so easy, I made 3 trayfulls when I was on the phone!Thanks!”

  • “This is a family favorite for our holiday cookie trays each year.Always a winner, and so very easy.”

  • “I love these soooo much!I use to make these years ago when I was single.I had forgotten about them until recenlty and thought I’d make them to put on a cookie platter I’m making for an event on Saturday.I added some Christmas sprinkles to make them festive.”

  • “This is a holiday favorite around our house because it is so easy and it satisfies the sweet and salty taste we all love. I often will spriknle with some colored sugar or candy sprinkles before the almond bark hardens. It makes them quite colorful!”

  • “I did it like nurselinda ut with peanuts (an old family favorite), however this past x-mas we did it with Newmans Pretzal’s, Ghirihdalli chocolate and Virginia Diner Peanuts.It just shows to prove the better the ingredients the better the outcome.”