Fourth of July Firework Chocolate Pretzels

Light up your Fourth of July Picnic with these fun Firework Chocolate Pretzels! These would certainly spark up your party tables this holiday…easy to make and fun to eat! Also, a fun project to get the kids involved with too!

4TH OF JULY FIREWORK CHOCOLATE PRETZELS

SUPPLIES:

Pretzel Rods

White Candy Melts

Red, White and Blue {silver if you like} decorating sugar

Wilton squeeze bottle

First I melted white candy melts in the microwave like here and placed the melted mixture in a squeeze bottle. I drew out my “bursts” on non-stick Reynolds Foil. While the chocolate was still hot, I sprinkled white sprinkles in the middle and the blue, red or silver towards the edges. Once hardened, I warmed a second batch of chocolate and drizzled it over the pretzels. I immediately place my “bursts” on the warm chocolate to secure them in place.

TIP: Slowly remove the bursts from the foil by peeling it away from the chocolate. Don’t try to lift the chocolate off the foil…they will break apart.

I also took any left over chocolate in the squeeze bottle and drizzled over some small pretzel sticks…yummy!

4TH OF JULY FIREWORK CHOCOLATE PRETZELS

4TH OF JULY FIREWORK CHOCOLATE PRETZELS

Use sugar to keep them standing up in the container. Firework box from Joanne Fabric.

4TH OF JULY FIREWORK CHOCOLATE PRETZELS

So what do you think of my Fourth of July Firework Pretzels…cute?!

You might also enjoy some of these 2o Fourth of July Sweets and Treats!

20 Fourth of July Desserts

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  1. OH MY GOSH! Super cute!

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  2. Georgia Beckman says:

    ADORABLE & FESTIVE! I’m pinning this one. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Love this idea. Super cute and fun. Are the pretzels in sugar to hold them up??

    • Thanks Charlene! The burst on the fireworks are attached to the pretzels with extra warm chocolate. Lay pretzels flat until harden and they will stay in place!

  4. Hi, found you through Made in a Day link party! I love your blog, and my boys would die for these! I might have to give them a try on Thursday! I’m def a new follower!

  5. I just wanted to let you know that I featured your wonderful project on homework. Thanks so much for sharing it on The Inspiration Board. Have a great weekend! xxoo

    carolyn
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  6. Hi Susan! Pinning it! My kids would love this treat, so versatile! good for every holiday! Came from the Debbiedoo’s Blitz party

  7. This is so adorable!!

  8. I made these today for a cookout. They are very cute, not too hard to make, but they are VERY fragile. I’ve worked with chocolate many times before, so I didn’t have much of a problem, but someone who hasn’t worked with chocolate before will probably be VERY frustrated by the end of this project. :) Thanks for the cute and festive post!

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