It’s the holiday weekend, and I decided to make these delicious Yogurt Dipped Pretzels. They were tasty and crunchy, with a lightly sweet and salty flavor. And they were also quick and easy to make. Happy Holidays everyone!
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Yogurt Dipped Pretzels
2 Cups of Greek yogurt (dairy free), you can add more according to how many pretzels you want to decorate.
5 Cups of powdered sugar or a (sugar free substitute powdered sugar)
Regular size pretzels , or mini’s
1/2 cup of chocolate chips, melted (you can use Lily’s chocolate chips, to dip pretzels.
To decorate, you can also use sprinkles or drizzle with chocolate, chocolate chunks, or chopped cookies. So many creative ways.
-In a large bowl, combine Greek yogurt with powdered sugar.
-Line half of a baking sheet with parchment paper.
-Dip entire pretzel into the yogurt mixture. Place each pretzel onto parchment paper.
-Place melted chocolate into a small zip lock bag, snip corner of the bag and drizzle onto half of the pretzels. (Optional)
-Chopped cookies, sprinkles, chocolate chunks, or any decorations of your choice. Put them in the refrigerator for 10 -12 minutes. Take them out of the refrigerator then enjoy!