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Chocolate Pretzel Hearts #FoodBloggerLove

Salty, sweetness- oh my word these are delicious! Sosososososo good! When you give these easy to make, Chocolate Pretzel Hearts, you are giving some love, my friends.

Easiest Chocolate Pretzel Hearts

These little Pretzel Hearts are too cute and delicious NOT to make. I am not a candy maker. I will not fuss with with a thermometer or tempering..but these are easy and my kids like them, so I am super happy that they are delicious to boot!

Here’s what you do to make this super easy:

Prep the  area: Lay out the pretzels, sprinkles, and get your baggie handy for the chocolate:

  1. Melt the chocolate.
  2. Squeeze it into the little holes to make a heart.
  3. Sprinkle to your hearts content.
  4. Add a little heart.

Chocolate Pretzel Hearts

Set these up in the refrigerator and you are good to go! These are so stinkin’ cute and addictive, so beware! I made both white and milk chocolate, since we like both in this house, but if you like colored chocolate melts, or dark chocolate go for it- it is just fine. And you can share them if you are a good wrapper of adorable packages- which I am not…this may not even make it onto a plate, as I keep sneaking them off the sheet!

Easiest Chocolate Pretzel Hearts

You will want to print this up and make these of course, but Yummy was acting cray/cray today, so I am spelling it out for you here:

Ingredients:

2, 2-ounce cubes of white melting chocolate
2, full-sized milk chocolate bars
About 50 pretzel twists (these are the hearts)
Sprinkles in Valentine-colors
conversation hearts

Here’s what you do:

On a sheet pan, lined with parchment or waxed paper, lay your pretzels out flat.

Melt each of the chocolates separately in small bowls. To do this, microwave in 30-second intervals, at full power, stirring in between times. Keep doing this until the chocolate is smooth and melted.

Pour the chocolate into a small baggie (I do this by placing a baggie, one corner side-down, into a short glass, turning over the sides of the bag).Chocolate Pretzel Hearts

Snip the end and pipe the chocolate into the holes of the pretzel until it’s a heart shape.

Sprinkle the candy-sprinkles all over. Add the conversation heart. Chill until set.

*Makes 50 candies.
**Add the sprinkles before the conversation hearts, or they won’t stick properly.

Chocolate Pretzel Hearts

Chocolate Pretzel Hearts

Chocolate Pretzel Hearts


And guess what?! There’s even more love to share today! Today is #FoodBloggerLove where we are sharing our bestest (seriously, the tastiest!) recipes for V-Day ever. It’s like Galentine’s Day for sure around here, and here are the recipes for you to choose from:


Easiest Chocolate Pretzel Hearts