Chocolate Pretzel Bombs

by Lynn Lilly, Nov 30 2016

Tis the season to party! This weekend we had three parties in one day and I needed to bring sweet treats to two of them. I was frantically running around with no time to make something elaborate, so I grabbed a few ingredients that I had in my pantry and whipped up a sweet and salty treat that I dubbed Pretzel Bombs.  These treats were a hit at both parties and people were begging me for the recipe. 

  1. Create a double boiler by using a pot and a heat safe bowl. Pour 2-3 cups of water in the pot, place the bowl on top of the pot. The bowl should cover the entire opening and the bottom should not touch the water. 
  2. Pour the chocolate into the bowl and turn stove burner to low/medium heat. 
  3. Stir chocolate occasionally until it is completely melted and smooth.
  4. While the chocolate is melting break pretzels in half. Place in a large bowl and add the granola and peanuts. 
  5. Once chocolate is melted pour over the pretzels mixture. Stir to completely coat the ingredients with chocolate. 
  6. After ingredients are coated add the Reeses morsels and stir.
  7. Place spoonfuls of the mixture directly on a greased baking sheet or in cupcake papers. Add sprinkles for decoration. 
  8. Let harden uncovered for 2-3 hours or until chocolate is completely dry. 
  9. If you are not serving them immediately I recommend covering with foil. 
  10. Enjoy! 
  • If properly covered they will stay fresh for 5-6 days without refrigeration. If you cover and refrigerate them they will stay fresh for up to 2 weeks. 
Happy Holidays! 
xoxo- LL
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