Easy Rainbow Pretzel Wands

Guaranteed fun! These Easy Rainbow Pretzel Wands take just minutes to make and are perfectly scrumptious! Perfect for parties, St. Patrick’s Day and any time you feel like celebrating!

Fun and easy, these Rainbow Pretzel Wands take just minutes to make and are perfectly scrumptious! | MomOnTimeout.com

I have SO been wanting to do a rainbow recipe! Rainbows are just ridiculously fun and so perfect for St. Patrick’s Day!  I wanted to do something quick. Something easy. Something that would make my kids say, “Oh wow, Mommy is just the best!”

These Rainbow Pretzel Wands totally fit the bill.

I used full-sized pretzel rods, dipped them in candy coating, and then sprinkled on the magic.  I pulled out all sorts of colorful sprinkles from my cabinet and ended up using most of them :)

Easy Rainbow Pretzel Wands take just minutes to make and are perfectly scrumptious! | MomOnTimeout.com

A couple quick tips.

  • Line at least two baking sheets with waxed paper before getting started.
  • Clear off an entire countertop or table. You’ll need the space.
  • Have a variety of sprinkles so the kids can choose their favorites.
  • Use a pint glass to dip the pretzel rods.
  • Shake, shake, shake the excess candy coating off.  If you don’t, you will have a gloppy mess instead of perfect rainbow wands!

Easy Rainbow Pretzel Wands take just minutes to make and are perfectly scrumptious! | MomOnTimeout.com

I made just enough for the boys to take to their class as a special treat.  I’m pretty sure my boys just got a tad more popular ;)

Fun and easy, these Rainbow Pretzel Wands take just minutes to make and are perfectly scrumptious! | MomOnTimeout.com

I even made up some Leprechaun Wands! I LOOOOOVE these ones! This was a mix of green jimmies and white snowflakes of all things :)  Check out your dollar section in Target for some great little tubs of sprinkles.

Fun and easy, these Leprechaun Pretzel Wands take just minutes to make and are perfectly scrumptious! | MomOnTimeout.com

I kind of want to just keep inserting more pics.

Fun and easy, these Rainbow Pretzel Wands take just minutes to make and are perfectly scrumptious! | MomOnTimeout.com

I have like 200.  Couldn’t stop myself.

Fun and easy, these Rainbow Pretzel Wands take just minutes to make and are perfectly scrumptious! | MomOnTimeout.com

Egads! Enough already Trish!  Okay.  I’m stopping now. BUT…you must promise to make these adorable Rainbow Pretzel Wands! They are not only tons of fun, but soooo yummy too!

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Easy Rainbow Pretzel Wands

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Easy Rainbow Pretzel Wands

Guaranteed fun! These Easy Rainbow Pretzel Wands take just minutes to make and are perfectly scrumptious! Perfect for parties, St. Patrick's Day and any time you feel like celebrating!

Ingredients

  • 16 oz white candy coating (I used CandiQuik)
  • 12 oz bag pretzel rods
  • assorted sprinkles in a variety of colors

Instructions

  1. Line 2-3 baking. sheets with waxed paper.
  2. Pull pretzels out of bag and set out sprinkles.
  3. Melt candy coating according to package directions. Carefully pour into a pint glass.
  4. Dip pretzel rods into glass making sure to leave enough room at the end of the wand so it can be held.
  5. Shake off all the excess candy coating. (Super important!)
  6. Hold dipped rod over waxed paper and sprinkle on sprinkles, turning rod slowly so that all sides have sprinkles.
  7. Place on lined baking sheets and let set up.
  8. Store in air tight container for 3-4 days.
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Fun and easy, these Rainbow Pretzel Wands take just minutes to make and are perfectly scrumptious! | MomOnTimeout.com

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  1. I can eat pretzel wands like nobodies business. These are so pretty, I love how the colors pop!
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  2. I love these!! So cute. But I have to say I have never been able to make pretzel sticks without the blob on the wax paper. I always think I hold them long enough but then– well it ain’t pretty. I may try again. You’ve inspired me!!

  3. These are so FUN! I love your tip on using a pint sized glass to dipped the pretzel in the chocolate. Thanks for sharing, pinned :)
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  4. How absolutely perfect and cute are these!? Love it! And they are so easy! Best part :)
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  5. I love all those different sprinkles, so fun!! I have some pretzel sticks in my pantry, matter of fact. Making some! :)
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  6. The sprinkles in my target dollar section is my downfall! Love the rainbows Trish!!
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  7. Oh I love all of your pictures! All 200!! :)

    These are great – I made some a few years back for Christmas. But I love your tips about using a pint glass! Genius! I was spooning the chocolate over the rods in a shallow dish. Your method is way better – way.better. Can’t wait to get some more sprinkles! I’m seeing some rainbow pretzel rods in my future!
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  8. These are my kind of treats! Pretty and simple!
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  9. These are so bright and colorful (and probably delicious!). I love how easy they are to make, too!! What mama doesn’t love speedy cuteness! Please share with everyone at our link party going on right now.

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  10. Thank goodness an easy St. Patrick’s snack that doesn’t require me to crank up the oven or drag out my mixer…lol. I may use it in a St. Patty’s Day roundup…is that okay?
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  11. These are all such fun and adorable (not to mention yummy!!!!) ideas!!!! Sprinkles just make everything so much more fun!!!

  12. These are so bright and lovely – I can’t wait for Spring! I’m so done with winter, but as I sit here we’re getting another 2-4 inches. Sigh. These are super cute, though! I bet my kiddos would have making them with me! I pinned them to my St. Patrick’s day board. Your photos are so awesome!!
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  13. Pinned!
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  14. I’ve made these at Christmas with dark chocolate and crushed nuts…but your version is SO much more fun!! Love the colors – my daughter will love these! My teenage boys will probably eat a few too ;) Thanks for sharing, I pinned :)
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  15. I love how you melted the white chocolate in a tall glass. Great tip to help get the chocolate on the long pretzel stick! Awesome photographs too!
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  16. SUCH a simple and cute idea to help celebrate St. Patty’s Day. You have AWESOME rainbow recipes…thanks so much for sharing at Weekend Potluck. Please come back soon.
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  17. Love, love, love these!! Chocolate covered pretzels are my favorite!! Curious where you found those sprinkles! Everything I find has the white pieces in there and I’m not a fan. Also, what does that package call these types of sprinkles? I know if jimmies and nonperiels but can’t find these chip type anywhere online! Thanks!!

    • Thanks Meredith! The sprinkles are called confetti and I’m pretty sure I got them at a local grocery store. I’ve also seen them called coins before I believe. Maybe do I search for those terms. Good luck!

  18. I love chocolate covered pretzels! Yummy! These are so cute! I’m stopping by from Pinterest!
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  19. This is so cute! Rainbows are always pleasing :) You got yourself a new follower on bloglovin’ :D
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  20. What a fun and colorful way to eat pretzel sticks! I love how colorful they are Trish, and can so easily be changed for any holiday. :)
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