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Easy Frozen Themed Pretzel Rods

Posted by Delainey Peterson & Jayden Sepe on 12th Dec 2019

Easy Frozen Themed Pretzel Rods

Easy Frozen Themed Pretzel Rods

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Fusia Pretzel Rods

  1. Melt your tempered chocolate using an electric frying pan set on low (100-110 degrees) - the temperature only needs to be body temperature to melt. (if your chocolate is a bit more thick we recommend adding a couple cocoa butter nibs to thin out the chocolate to perfect dipping consistency)
  2. Dip pretzel, shake off extra chocolate, while chocolate is still wet sprinkle with fuchsia sanding sugar
  3. Finish off by adding a white candy snowflake at the base
  4. Set on parchment paper to dry!

Blue Pretzels Rods with Candy Snowflakes

  1. Melt your tempered chocolate using an electric frying pan set on low (100-110 degrees) - the temperature only needs to be body temperature to melt.
  2. add your powdered fat dispersible colour in brilliant blue to get your shade of blue chocolate you are looking for. Add a small amount of the powder to start and stir and then if needed add more if you want the colour more intense. With the Roxy & Rich powered colours - a little powder goes a long way. If the powder color thickens your chocolate a bit, we recommend adding a couple cocoa butter nibs to thin out the chocolate to perfect dipping consistency
  3. Dip pretzels in blue chocolate and shake off extra chocolate, white chocolate is still wet add on candy snowflakes.
  4. Set on parchment paper to dry!

White Pretzel Rod with Sprinkles & Snowflakes

  1. Melt your tempered chocolate using an electric frying pan set on low (100-110 degrees) - the temperature only needs to be body temperature to melt. (if your chocolate is a bit more thick we recommend adding a couple cocoa butter nibs to thin out the chocolate to perfect dipping consistency)
  2. Dip pretzel, shake off extra chocolate, while chocolate is still wet sprinkle with frosty sprinkle mix.
  3. Set on parchment paper to dry!