{Chocolate Dipped Caramel Pretzels}

I’m Ashley from Simply Designing and I am so excited to be guest posting today at Wait ‘Til Your Father Gets Home!  I absolutely adore Meredith and am honored to be able to guest post on her blog today!

I am an interior designer turned craft/diy blogger!  My passion for interior design grew into a love of creating and one day I just decided to start blogging about it!  Kind of crazy, I know.  But I love it.

From home decor, DIY projects, crafts and even some food, I create and show off things that are both FABULOUS and SIMPLE on my blog!  And I’d love for you to come and visit me here.
Today I want to share with you a delicious dipped pretzels recipe: Chocolate Dipped Caramel Pretzels!

Salty + Sweet + Caramel = Divine in my opinion!

And the best part is that they are so easy to make too!

Caramel Chocolate Dipped Pretzels

You Will Need:
Pretzels
Kraft Caramels (or similar)
Chocolate Chips
Vegetable oil

Directions

Melt caramels according to package directions.
Dip approximately half of the pretzel into the caramel and let it set and harden on parchment paper (wax paper or foil works well too)
Melt chocolate chips with a little vegetable oil until smooth.  (Check out my post on how to melt chocolate for dippinghere.)
Dip pretzel into melted chocolate and allow to harden.

These are perfect to package up as gifts but are also a tasty treat that I couldn’t keep my family’s hands off!

Enjoy!

Thanks so much for letting me be here today Meredith!  And thanks so much to all the Wait ‘Til Your Father Gets Home readers for stopping by to check out my post!  If you have a moment I’d love for you to visit me on my blog at Simply Designing!  You can also find me on FacebookPinterestTwitter and Google+.

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