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St. Patricks Day Recipe: Easy Dipped Pretzels

The luck o’ the Irish AKA St. Patricks day is upon us. It’s going to be all about four-leaf clovers, green, lucky happenings, green…oh yeah, and more green. With the green holiday here I thought it would be fun to share a fun St. Patricks Day recipe that is simply to make. Not to mention, tasty to enjoy!

St. Patricks Day Pretzels

St. Patricks Day dipped pretzels are super easy to make.  And the ingredient list is super simple:

St. Patricks Day pretzel ingredients

Three ingredients, that’s it!  The best part is, the kids will have a blast helping make these!  They don’t just have to be for St. Paddy’s day, if you are having a game day and your favorite team has green as their color…these will be perfect. If your kiddo LOVES Minecraft, like mine do, a green themed birthday party may be in store!  No matter what holiday, team, or party you make these dipped pretzels for, they will be a hit!

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Pro Tip: Using a layered cooling rack like this one from Betty Crocker allows you to, not only make the pretzel rods but cookies and cupcakes as well. Get creative this St. Patricks Day and make lots of yummy to eat green goodies, make the leprechauns happy and you might just get a pot o’ gold.

St. Patricks Day Dipped Pretzel Recipe

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Place the bag of green candy melts into the bowl and microwave for 1 minute and stir. Continue to microwave the candy melts for 30 seconds at a time and then stir until they are completely melted. Repeat this step with the white candy melts.
  2. Hold a pretzel rod over the bowl of green candy melts angled down. Start spooning green candy over the end of the pretzel rod, until coated to your liking.
  3. Shake off the excess candy over the bowl, and stand the pretzel rod in the cooling rack (cooling racks are perfect for this). Put in fridge for faster drying.
  4. Once the pretzel rods are completely dry, hold them over the bowl of white candy melts and drizzle on some white candy in thin lines. This is easiest if you take a spoonful of white candy, hold it up above the bowl and let it start drizzling down, once you have a small steady stream, move the spoon back and forth quickly over the green candy covered pretzel rod.
  5. Stand pretzel rods in cooling rack to allow candy melt to set. Put in fridge to set quicker.
  6. When dried completely, enjoy your pretzel rods, place in a container for storage, or place in clear candy bags for gifting.

Family and friends will LOVE these easy dipped pretzels this St. Paddy’s Day, so be sure to make some this weekend. Have you ever made dipped pretzels before?

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  1. 1

    Perfect and looks easy to make YUM love chocolate and pretzels together.

  2. 2

    I love how simple and easy this recipe is! 🙂

  3. 3

    Those look great! I loe DIY with food!

  4. 4

    I made something similar at Christmas. I dipped the pretzel rods in melted white chocolate and then rolled the chocolate part in crushed candy canes!

  5. 5

    These are adorable! I love dipping pretzels in colored chocolate for parties. It’s such an easy way to dress up a table.

  6. 6

    So bright and colorful! These are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day!

  7. 7

    I love these! If I make it out to the store this weekend I am def doing this for my girl’s Monday lunch. I actually made these for my daughter’s art party one year and made them look like paint brushes.

  8. 8

    love this- simple and fun!! I always send in fun pretzels for the ‘big’ holidays to hubbys work, I should make some for monday

  9. 9

    Oh this look super fun to create! I think they are the perfect balance of sweet and salty. LOVE!

  10. 10

    I love making dipped pretzels.

  11. 11

    I was looking for a simple yet cute treat to send with my son for their St. Patrick’s day party at school and I think this would be a great one – who doesn’t love sweet and salty?!

  12. 12

    Those came out so cute! And so festive for St. Patrick’s Day! I love making chocolate dipped pretzels for parties. Everyone devours them.

  13. 13

    Love chocolate and pretzels. The salty and sweet combo is great. This would make a fun treat for St. Patrick’s day, for sure!

  14. 14

    I love dipped pretzels, but they’re even more fun when they’re festive! I’ll have to make these with my kids.

  15. 15

    We make these for games against Clemson – orange dipped and chocolate drizzled make tiger tails!

  16. 16

    These are absolutely adorable! It’s always hard to find St. Patrick’s Day goodies, so thank you for this idea.

  17. 17

    How fun!! My kids would love to make that!! And how easy to make it. Thanks for sharing a fun treat to make.

  18. 18

    I love chocolate and pretzels!! What a yummy and easy recipe!

  19. 19

    My kids love big dipped pretzels but I never think to make them

  20. 20

    Pinned to my St Patty’s Day Board! These are so cute! Perfect for school and work treats!

  21. 21

    It is cute the way the snack matches the holiday. It is a nice touch.

  22. 22

    These are so cute! I think I’ll make these with my girls….they would love them!

  23. 23

    What an awesome recipe! I keep burning the dipping chocolate so I’m not brave enough to make these! ::(

  24. 24

    Sounds like a delicious way to enjoy a pretzel or four to me! Easy to make too!

  25. 25

    Yum! I love salty sweet. So much fun!

  26. 26

    I love this idea and it’s easy enough for my 4 year old to help. He’ll love it. Thanks for sharing this super duper easy craft/recipe

  27. 27

    These are so cute! I bet they went quick 🙂

  28. 28

    These are cute. They’re just perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. 🙂

  29. 29

    I really love quick and easy treats like this. You get alot of “pretty” for not much time and effort. These are super quick and easy to make and they look fantastic!

  30. 30

    Ok. Those are Ca ute!

  31. 31

    Looks great! I love to do holiday themed food. My kids have so much fun with all the cool things I make. )

  32. 32

    I love chocolate covered pretzels anytime. Thank you for the recipe. Printing it out for this weekend.

  33. 33

    Such an easy and perfect treat for St Patrick’s Day! I think I’ll make these!

  34. 34

    Chocolate covered pretzels are one of my favorites.

  35. 35

    I love chocolate dipped anything! St.Patrick’s Day is as good an excuse as any to eat some! 🙂

  36. 36

    Ahhh these look SO good! I cannot wait to try them! Happy St. Pats day!

  37. 37

    What an easy and fun treat. Thanks for the idea.

  38. 38

    These look very cute. We love dipped chocolate pretzels!

  39. 39

    Chocolate covered pretzels are my kryptonite! I love how you used green for St. Patrick’s Day!

  40. 40

    I have always loved candy coated pretzels — so yummy!

  41. 41

    Wow! I can’t believe how simple and easy these look to make.

  42. 42

    Thank you for outlining how to do the drizzles. I’ve tried doing that before and it didn’t turn out quite as pretty as yours.

  43. 43

    Those pretzel sticks dipped in green melt look so delicious. They would be perfect with a Hot Toddy on St Paddy’s Day! 🙂

  44. 44

    Yum! These look amazing! I’m going to try these for my daughters birthday party next week!

  45. 45

    Those came out great, so festive!

  46. 46

    Yum! My boys love candy coated anything, but pretzels are their favorite.

  47. 47

    This looks so good and so creative! I love it, I think I might use this idea too

  48. 48

    This is such a simple yet yummy St. Patrick’s Day treat! I like sweet & salty combinations like this one.

  49. 49

    I LOVE dipped pretzels! I’m going to have to grab some of this up when I go to the store today and make these!

  50. 50

    We love dipped pretzels! Not only are they awesome in taste, but they can go with any ocassion.

  51. 51

    I love this idea – I’m thinking I could use different color melts to have a theme according to the holiday! I have made something like this with pretzel sticks and gave them as a welcoming gift to a new co-worker at the time.

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