Pretzel Sticks Filled With Peanut Butter
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Pretzel Sticks Filled With Peanut Butter

  • September 23, 2021

Among the tasty assortment of candies, cookies, fudge and brittle was a much coveted favorite, the Peanut Butter Balls. Cut to 10+ years later and the recipe has morphed from milk chocolate covered peanut butter balls to salty-sweet, dark chocolate dipped, peanut butter and pretzel filled pops. Instead of dipping the balls in chocolate on a wooden skewer, I came up with simple solution that I can’t believe I never thought of before.

I freeze a pretzel stick in the balls, creating a convenient and edible dipping stick built right in! This recipe for Peanut Butter Pretzel Pops is easy, fun to make, and super satisfying for salty and sweet tooths, alike. .

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