St. Patrick’s Day Candy Coated Pretzel Rods

More cooking with kids fun in the kitchen with our White with Green Drizzle Candy Coated Pretzel Rods. These are super easy to make and require only 3 ingredients. Perfect for special treats and sweet treat gifts. So what are you waiting for? Say no to pre-made package and have some candy fun with the kids!~

St. Patrick's Day Candy Coated Pretzel Rods

St. Patrick’s Day Candy Coated Pretzel Rods

Ingredients:

  • 1 Bag pretzel rods
  • 1 Bag white Wilton candy melts
  • 1 Bag green Wilton candy melts

DSC_0528St. Patrick's Day Candy Coated Pretzel Rods Ingredients

Materials:

  • Wax paper
  • Plates for drying pretzels on
  • 2 Deep bowls
  • Spoon

Instructions:

  1. Place the bag of white 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 green candy melts.
  2. Line a plate with wax paper for the pretzels to dry on.
  3. Hold a pretzel rod over the bowl of white candy melts angled down. Start spooning white candy over the end of the pretzel rod, you can choose how much of the pretzel you want to cover in the candy.
  4. Shake off the excess candy over the bowl, and place the pretzel rod on the wax paper lined plate to dry.
  5. Once the pretzel rods are completely dry, hold them over the bowl of green candy melts and drizzle on some white candy in thin lines. This is easiest if you take a spoonful of green 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.
  6. Place pretzel rods back on a plate to dry. When dried completely, enjoy your pretzel rods, place in a container for storage, or place in clear candy bags for gifting.
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Comments

  1. Claire D. says

    I absolutely love chocolate- and yogurt-covered pretzels so I may need to steal this idea but use white chocolate instead! What exactly do the candy melts taste like anyway? Are they just sugar-flavored?

  2. Jessica Medina says

    These are one of the simplest, but cutest treats to make. I make them to match whatever theme I have going on and it really looks cute!

  3. ellen beck says

    These are cute and easy enough to make. I like the sweet and salty taste of them, We also make a variation of these at Christmas!

  4. Sherry Compton says

    Looks easy to make, fun, and festive. Kids love getting to cook and adults will love the ease and the sweet/salty taste.

  5. Marti Smith says

    These look really sweet and look very easy to make. I think I may just try these next week with the Grandsons!

  6. Shannon says

    Thank you for sharing these with us. I think they are very pretty and I am sure really good with the mix of sweet and salty.

  7. Nicole Becker says

    WOW, how easy is this!!! I am having a St Patrick’s Day party at my house and these will be great to put out of my dining room table~!~! Thanks for sharing!!!

  8. Dorothy Boucher says

    what a great idea, and definitely a fun idea with the little one, and easy to do.. thanks for share :) @tisonlyme143

  9. melisa says

    Pretzels, and you make them look so beautiful! How do come up with your ideas and make everything look so beautiful? I’m really thinking about making this for our Easter get together, they look very easy and they look spring-y, and kinda resemble grass.

  10. Rosie says

    What a great (and easy) idea! This is perfect to bring to wherever you’re going, and everyone will feel instantly pampered and festive! And easily adaptable to other holidays or special occasion, casual and fun, and yummy!

  11. Carla Ploegstra says

    This is a simple and fun snack. Wish i would of seen before St. Patrick’s Day. I think I will do this for Easter though, just change the food color to many springtime colors. Thanks for the idea.

  12. M.Clark says

    This is a great idea, you can make these candy coated pretzels for any occasion, all you have to do is change the color of the Wilton candy melts. Thank you for sharing this great idea/recipe.

  13. Wanda Tracey says

    These are so simple and suitable for all occasions.My husband loves pretzels and I think it would be cute to decorate them with the Wilton candy melts and get the kids to help.It’s a cute idea.

  14. Carissa Joslyn says

    My friend and I did these for halloween a fwe years ago! kids loved them. Haven’t done St. Patrick’s day yet!

  15. Lisa Coomer Queen says

    These are so cute! They look delicious. I have pinned them for next year or even a different holiday. Thanks!

  16. Judy maharrey says

    this is a great combination of sweet and salty, my favorite. fun making these with the kids, priceless!

  17. lisa says

    I love the contrast of sweet and salty. These are attractive and easy to make. I’ll probably eat one too many, but who cares?

  18. Linda Moore says

    Doing this for Easter with all pastels. Thank you and tour reader for the great ideas with them.They will look great in the Easter Baskets.So simple yet it looks like you took the time for them.

  19. Barrie says

    How tasty, fun and easy! Festive for St Patrick’s day but I can see using this for other holidays with different colors!

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