Cake Batter & Sprinkles Pretzels

This isn’t much of a recipe per say. Dipping pretzels in chocolate is pretty easy, the difference here is adding the cake mix to the chocolate (candy melts)! I used a similar mixture as the truffle coating. I’m not a big pretzel person, but they are a great tall food item to help balance the table!

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Cake Batter & Sprinkles Pretzels
 
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  1. Melt the chocolate and mix in the cake mix until the cake mix is dissolved.
  2. It should be thick, if it's too runny it will run right off!
  3. Dip pretzels and shake off the excess chocolate.
  4. Sprinkle on sprinkles.

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Comments

  1. Sandra says

    There is no “yield” or number of pretzel rods, how many rods will this amount of cake mix/chocolate will coat. Thank you

    • says

      because you need the chocolate to be deep you end up wasting quite a bit of chocolate. I probably made about half a bag before I needed to add more chocolate? but it also depends on how much you shake off. Sorry, I never stopped to count!

  2. Dee says

    Hello, I just now came accross your post… Does the recipe call for dry cake mix or prepared cake batter? Thank you

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