Pretzel Chocolate Snow Craft #christmas #chocolate

This winter, get crafty in the kitchen by making some sweet and salty snowman pretzels. Every snow Chocolate Pretzel can't be sweet with nose carrot oranges and snowflake caps on it. They make perfect Christmas treats and winter snacks.

The simple winter time craft inspired me to make this chocolate Pretzel snowman. Instead of using popsicle sticks that have been painted and glued together to make my craft, I use pretzel dyed chocolate for a cute and delicious treat.

I'm not sure who made the first snowman popsicle, but I'm pretty positive it was years before the internet was popular. I have a vague memory of seeing a kit to make this craft back in the 80's in the Oriental Trading Catalog.


  • 2 ounces melted Candy oranges melt *
  • 1 Snyder bag from Hanover Pretzel dips a stick
  • 16 ounces melt and angry pure white chocolate
  • or a layer of molten white sugar melted sugar *
  • 8 ounces of melt and angry pure Semi-sweet chocolate
  • or a layer of sweets melting dark brown sugar melts *
  • 24 snowflakes


  1. A small triangular pipe shaped nose carrot to parchment paper lined with baking pan.
  2. Freezes for 2 minutes.
  3. Remove from the freezer and peel the paper.
  4. Dip one pretzel into white chocolate, leaving the top edge un coated.
  5. Set on parchment paper lined with baking pan.
  6. Dip 5 other pretzels, set them side by side in the pan.
  7. Freeze for 3-5 minutes until the chocolate set.
  8. Dip the un coated part of dark brown pretzels.
  9. Located on baking pan.
  10. Dip one whole dark brown pretzel and set it in the snow creating a full hat.
  11. Freezes for a few minutes until it hardens.
  12. Attach one carrot orange, nose, snowman's face and white hat snowflakes each.
  13. Paint or pipe dark brown dots for eyes and mouth.

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