Tuesday, January 31, 2012

peanut butter pretzel pops party!

I wanted to "up the ante" on my usual dipped pretzels for Valentines Day this year. You might remember my recipe for peanut butter balls from a couple of months ago. I combined my pb balls & dipped pretzels, added lollipop sticks & made PEANUT BUTTER PRETZEL POPS! The only question I have is..."peanut butter pretzel pops, where have you been all my life?" I think you're gonna like these too!

Peanut Butter Pretzel Pops

1 recipe of Peanut Butter Balls found HERE. Follow recipe through step 2.
16 oz. white candy coating, like CandiQuik
a bunch of mini pretzels twists
6 inch lollipop sticks
Sprinkles

directions
1. Using a 2 teaspoon cookie scoop, measure out your peanut butter filling and press it between 2 pretzels, positioning the lollipop stick in the middle. Freeze until the peanut butter is very firm. P.S. ya know those little nubs on the sides of the pretzels? After I took the pic below, I cut those off to make them more closely resemble a heart. If you make these, do that BEFORE you start. :)

2. Melt candy coating in microwave on 50% power at 1 minute intervals until melted & smooth.

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3. Dip pretzel pops into melted candy coating and sprinkle with sprinkles. I stuck my lollipop sticks into a Styrofoam box to set up but it would have been easier just to lay the pops on waxed paper.

I also made a bunch of pretzel pops WITHOUT peanut butter just in case you have some non-peanut butter lovers.

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Non-Peanut Butter Pretzel Pops


Dip pretzels in white candy coating & place on waxed paper. Sprinkle with sprinkles & allow to set up.
Use 4 inch (smaller) lollipop sticks and sandwich the sticks between 2 dipped pretzels, using additional melted candy coating as glue.

Enjoy!

13 comments:

  1. Yummy and so cute! Can't wait to try making these! Thanks for sharing! :-)

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  2. My kids will definitely like this... =)

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  3. Oh my!! Those peanut butter pretzel pops look heavenly !!!

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  4. Deea as usual your creations looks fabulous! You come up with the best ideas!

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  5. one thing that made me happy already today: My husband let me in after studying late last night. I'm been trying to find one easy quick treat I could make to give the kids on valentine's. This as a great idea.

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  6. These look soooooo yummy! Now that the Girl Scout cookies are gone, I need something sweet to take their place! :) My happiness came yesterday when my cousin Robin, delivered her daughter Sara's GS cookies. What a way to end the day. The new Savannah Smiles go great with Chocolate milk! :D

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  7. One thing that made me happy today is that it's FRIDAY and we have NO sporting events on Saturday!! I may get all the laundry done tomorrow!!LOL I think we may get to go to the movies!!
    LOVE the valentine suckers with the candy canes. I think I'm going to try them for Kendall's little girlfriend! :)

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  8. One of my darling little grandchildren, who has a quiet disposition did an excellent job at reciting and acting out a memorized poem in front of her classmates and their parents. It made me very happy and just made my day!!

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  9. They look wonderful!! Your recipes have made me very happy today:) I'll be sure to try them. It's always nice to have new yummy recipes.

    Sinead

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  10. This recipe is terrific! Made it with my mom yesterday and it was perfect! It turned out what we expect. If you are looking for more tasty and delicious recipes -- Now is the right time to make one just watch the videos and follow list of recipes at www.gourmandia.com and www.gourmetrecipe.com for more   exciting and delectable recipes. Have fun!!

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  11. Cu-te!!! Love the peanut butter pretzel pops!

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