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Harry Potter party food: How to make a chocolate Harry Potter pretzel wand

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We have a treat for you today; literally. Harry Potter party food, or just Harry Potter food for fun – whatever the time is! This is details on How to make a chocolate Harry Potter pretzel wand. This is the ultimate in Harry Potter fun for any potter maniacs out there. Isn’t it fabulous?

Harry Potter Party Food

This is actually quite easy to make too – it has to be as otherwise, we wouldn’t have it on the site, as it needs to be OK for kids to do too *and me obviously* 😂

Here is a video for the recipe first for you:

The full details for the recipe are outlined below.

Ingredients:

Harry Potter
  • 12 pretzel rods,
  • 6 oz milk or semi-sweet chocolate chips, and
  • Sprinkles for you to choose to go on the wand – whatever you fancy depending on the season, or why you are making the wand.

How to make your chocolate Harry Potter wand

There isn’t a simpler way of doing this you know….

  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Fill a pot with 1 inch of water.
  3. Place chocolate in heat safe bowl, and place on top of pilot, making sure that the bowl doesn’t touch the water.
  4. Heat on medium/low heat, stirring often, until chocolate is melted.
  5. Dip pretzel rods into the melted chocolate, using a spatula to help get chocolate all over.


    When you’re finished, half of the pretzel rod should be covered in chocolate.

  6. Lightly tap pretzel rod on the bottom of the bowl to help chocolate appear smooth.
  7. Place chocolate covered pretzel rod on parchment paper and top with sprinkles.


  8. Repeat steps 5-7 until you are finished. Here you go, your fabulous finished chocolate Harry Potter wands!
Chocolate Harry Potter Pretzel Wand

Aren’t they lovely? If you want a quick recipe card to print out – here you go, the instruction in full for you!

Yield: 12

Chocolate Harry Potter wand: Made from Pretzels

Chocolate Harry Potter wand: Made from Pretzels

Ingredients

  • Pretzel rods
  • 6 oz milk or semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • Sprinkles - whichever ones you prefer!

Instructions

    1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
    2. Fill a pot with 1 inch of water.
    3. Place chocolate in heat safe bowl, and place on top of pilot, making sure that the bowl doesn’t touch the water.
    4. Heat on medium/low heat, stirring often, until chocolate is melted.
    5. Dip pretzel rods into the melted chocolate, using a spatula to help get chocolate all over. When you’re finished, half of the pretzel rod should be covered in chocolate.
    6. Lightly tap pretzel rod on the bottom of the bowl to help chocolate appear smooth.
    7. Place chocolate covered pretzel rod on parchment paper and top with sprinkles.
    8. Repeat steps 5-7 until you are finished.




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