Kids Recipe: How to Make Pretzel Wands

Pretzel Wand Kids Recipe: How to Make Pretzel Wands

Today we are sharing a short tutorial on making Pretzel Wands. Yes! We are getting together in the kitchen, getting messy and making memories.

This is a super easy recipe that you can do with your children and actually have fun doing it! There are so many options when it comes to making these. A few options can be pretzel shape, toppings and candy coating.

We used Pretzel Rods, Dark Chocolate, Rainbow Sprinkles and Peanuts.

 

 

 

What you will need to make Pretzel Wands:

  • Pretzels
  • Melting Candy or Chocolate (you can use yogurt, peanut butter melts, candy, chocolate etc.)
  • Toppings (sprinkles, nuts, confetti sprinkles, raisins etc.)
  • Microwavable bowl or double broiler
  • Spoons
  • Rolling pin (If you are using nuts and need to crush them like us.)
  • Wax Paper
  • Pan or plate

What to do:

  1. Melt your candy according to the packaging.
  2. Next dip and cover our pretzels more than half way with our melted chocolate.
  3.  Then shake off the excess.
  4. After that add a topping of your choice. (TIP if you would like to crush peanuts like we did, we recommend putting your peanuts or nuts in a baggy and then rolling them out with a lot of pressure, versus beating them on wax paper.)
  5. Set aside on wax paper to cool. (TIP make sure to leave some space between each wand)
  6. Enjoy!

Check out our crazy attempts of filming while making these delicious pretzel wands.

Will you try this recipe with your kids? What are some of the toppings you may try? Let us know in the comments section below.

This video was part of a V Loves Collabs on YouTube.Check out V Loves Collabs on Facebook.

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