Chocolate Covered Pretzels with Bacon.

17 January 2012

Chocolate + Pretzels + Bacon = Extreme Goodness.  Don’t believe me?

TRY THESE.

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First, I should tell you that my friends and family are constantly getting roped into my blogging.  They don’t even think twice to ask if I’ve gotten pictures before digging into meals.  They don’t roll their eyes {much} when I come up with my latest project or con them into ask them to participate.  My mother continually asks if things are going to be blogged about and STILL doesn’t understand why people think it is funny she didn’t know who Snoop was or why so many people read about my daily ridiculousness.

Psssst…. don’t listen to her.

So, back to the bacony goodness.  My friend Amy brought her son {Finn’s bestie} over for a playdate.  We were sitting around talking and I was asking her to help me brainstorm ideas for an upcoming post about all the ways you can chocolate dip pretzels.  Incidentally, so many delicious ways, is the answer.  {Look for that post next week!}  We sent Dave to the store for supplies and went to the kitchen to start creating chocolate masterpieces. 

I was trying to come up with some savory options when Amy brilliantly suggested trying bacon!  Bacon?  I have bacon!  Let’s do it!

Followed by furious dipping and bacon sprinkling.  We waited for the chocolate to harden.  Then we made Dave try them first tried them…

Be still my heart.  {Which might actually happen if you eat these too often.}

Amy has created a masterpiece of epic proportions.  It is THE perfect blend of sweet and salty and with the crunch of the pretzel. 

Perfection.  I know they sound scary, but trust me.

Sheer perfection. 

And they are so easy to make.

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Cook your bacon, allow to cool, and crumble.

Melt chocolate.

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Dip your pretzel rod in the chocolate and lay on a sheet of waxed paper.

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Sprinkle with bacon, pressing it lightly into the chocolate so it sticks.

Try to think of something to occupy your time while you’re waiting for these to be done drying… or get impatient and pop them in the freezer to hurry it along.  Incidentally, they store well in the fridge.  Most chocolate covered pretzels are good for a week or two, but I would eat these within a couple days.

Try them, I dare ya.

I only wish we had had these at Dave’s Manly Beer Tasting Party.  Or when I was pregnant.

9 comments:

Amy said...

Yum! Can't wait to try these at home! The afternoon of impromptu pretzel dipping was a lot of fun! And, I won't take all the credit for the "invention", I never would have thought of it if it hadn't been for your initiative! And OMG, those would have so perfect for the birthday party!

Kelly @ Dare to be Domestic said...

First off - Chocolate covered heaven for sure! I am so going to try to make these!!! Second - I just read your amazingly awesome 30th Birthday for your hubby and friends. OH-MAH-GAWD! So freaking fun! You ladies are truly the coolest wives in the universe!!! I need lessons ;) I'm a newly wed. haha But in all seriousness the attention to fun and detail was awesome I love it!

the cape on the corner said...

gah! that looks amazing, i want it and i need it. i'm so glad someone else sees the merits of mixing these two delicious items.

Two Normal Moms said...

I think you should have a store to sell all these amazing creations!

Ashley said...

Oh geeze woman! I would eat the entire batch.

Amy said...

These may be just the thing to take to our Super Bowl Euchre party. Thanks for the inspiration!!

Meg said...

I don't eat meat but I'm drooling.

Lindsey said...

This sounds AMAZING!!!

nadhi said...

where is the post for other ways for dipped petzels??

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