Last week I got hit with a school bake sale. Trying to figure out what to make, I checked out the list to see that everyone was making cupcakes- makes sense, small, easy to price, and a great project for the kids to help with. I wanted to make something that were along the same lines in size, but something a little different. After a trip to Michael's, chocolate dipped pretzels were the answer! They were really fun to make, sold for $1.50 each and raised $60 for Grippy's classroom. The boys got involved and did some of the brushing of the chocolate on and sprinkling of the ball sprinkles. A productive way to spend the afternoon with the kids Willy Wonka style.
|All you need for the project. Melting chocolate from Wilton's, pretzel rods, sprinkles,.|
|Melt chocolate in microwave in a glass container. Brush on, turning pretzel as you go.|
|Sprinkle with candy dots.|
|Let cool on parchment paper, then wrap with plastic baggies (from Wilton as well).|