Sugar Mommas’ SWEETHEART Pretzels

These pretzel treats are a perfect activity to get the kids involved. Pretzels and chocolate – I think those are two staples in a kids’ life, aren’t they? I could not keep my son away if I tried. Once these treats are assembled and cooled, we put them in cello bags and tied them with a decorative ribbon. My kids can’t wait to give their gourmet gifts to teachers, grandparents, and friends.

You will need:

BIG pretzels, 12 oz. Chocolate (semi-sweet or milk), 12 oz. White Chocolate, Decorating Sugars and/or Decoratifs ? Parchment Paper, Baking Sheet, Teaspoons (1-2), Chopsticks or small tongs, Pastry Brush


Set a piece of parchment paper on a baking sheet. Have all of your tools ready: spoons, chopsticks, tongs, pastry brush and sprinkles (caps off). This will be your assembly station. Set aside.


Pour 6 oz. of either chocolate in a medium size glass bowl. Microwave for 30 seconds on 30% power. Remove carefully (bowl may be hot). Stir chocolate. Repeat process until chocolate is melted. (I like to work in batches so I do two batches of 6 oz. each).


While the chocolate is hot, place a pretzel in face down. Use chopsticks or tongs to flip the pretzel over. Coat the other side. Use tongs to place chocolate covered pretzel on the parchment paper. Use a pastry brush if necessary – dip the brush into chocolate and cover over any barren pretzel spots. Sprinkle with your favorite Decorating Sugar or Decoratif! ? We like to use India Tree because their sugar crystals are big with bold colors.


Repeat the process with the other chocolate, if desired. It’s nice to have coordinating colors in case your recipient has a chocolate preference. Place the baking sheet in the fridge for one hour to set.


Eat, package, share!


Use different size pretzels to create a nice visual effect.

About The Sugar Mommas

After graduating law school together, Kimberly and Jenna went off to practice law…for a while. Then Kimberly became a fudge queen while Jenna became a rock star. After having two delicious sons, in 2005 Kimberly “Momma” Reiner started a cottage industry – Momma Reiner’s Fudge – which was recently featured as one of Oprah’s Favorite Things. Also, Kimberly has appeared on The Martha Stewart Show, making her fudge right alongside Martha. Jenna has been the lead singer of all female rock group Vixen since 2001. Recently, Jenna became a mom with the birth of her scrumptious son. After many years, Jenna and Kimberly hooked up over a love of sugar and became the Sugar Mommas: life’s too short to not be sweet!.The Sugar Mommas website is