Pretzels dipped in white chocolate and covered with snowflakes and sprinkles are super easy to create and make the perfect treats for a Disney Frozen party. Or you can package these Snowflake Pretzel Pops and give them as edible gifts for Christmas.
I just returned from a wonderful week-long vacation at Disney World Resort. It was so fun to see all of the parks decked out for Christmas and I couldn’t help but notice the immense popularity of Disney’s Frozen characters. Olaf, Anna, and Elsa were everywhere.
Even though it was hot enough to wear shorts during most of our trip, the winter wonderland created in the parks put me in the Christmas spirit.
When I arrived home and walked out into the cold, it really felt like Christmas was upon us. My break was officially over and I jumped right back into the kitchen to create these Frozen-inspired Snowflake Pretzel Pops.
You all loved the snowflake-filled Winter Wonderland White Chocolate Popcorn that I shared with you recently, so I thought I’d use the same idea to make another salty and sweet wintertime treat.
Both the popcorn and pretzels are sprinkled with candy snowflakes and blue and white jimmies.
All you have to do is dip the pretzels in white chocolate and roll them in the sprinkles and you have a really fun treat that any Frozen fan would love.
These are so easy to make that it’s a great project to do with the kids while they are home on winter break.
- 12 ounces melted and tempered white chocolate or melted white confectionery coating*
- 18 pretzel rods
- 6 ounces blue/white/snowflake sprinkles
- 2-4 ounces blue and white snowflake candy
NOTE: If you are using confectionery coating and it’s really thin you may have trouble keeping the sprinkles from pulling the candy coating off the pretzels. Allow the coating to cool down a bit so that it thickens. Then when you dip the pretzel and roll it into the sprinkles they will stick and look nice.
If you like these Snowflake Pretzel Pops you might also like these fun treats that would be great for a Disney Frozen party.
Be sure to check out all my fun Christmas Recipes!