Dulce de Leche Chocolate Pretzel Treats | Simply Southern Baking


Raise your hand if you’re a caramel and chocolate lover.  How about a sweet and salty fan?  My new recipe for Dulce de Leche Chocolate Pretzel Treats has you covered all around.  With only 4 ingredients, they’re a cinch to make.  The only cooking involved uses the microwave…a welcome relief in the heat we’re still having around here (yes, I’m ready for fall).

Wouldn’t this be fun to make with the kids?  You could have everything on hand and surprise them one day after school, or just have some fun in the kitchen whenever the mood strikes.  After making these the first time, your kids may want to make some for friends or teachers.  If they’re old enough, they could even make them without your help.  Of course, they might need a reminder to clean up afterwards.

This recipe is ideal for last minute treats too.  Maybe you find out there’s a school or other event where something sweet is needed and you really want to contribute, but there’s not enough time to bake.  No worries…just make these goodies and you’re all set.

Warning:  Opening a can of dulce de leche and dipping pretzels in it may slow you down when making these!  Take it from me…it’s pretty addictive.  I had to get back to the task at hand and finish these fast.  Oh my, that reminds me.  There’s leftover dulce de leche and pretzels in the kitchen.  See ya’ll later…time for a snack!


Dulce de Leche Chocolate Pretzel Treats | Simply Southern Baking

 Mmmm…don’t you want one?


Dulce de Leche Chocolate Pretzel Treats

These look like little faces peering back at you.

Dulce de Leche Chocolate Pretzel Treats

Now who else will be eating the candy left on the wax paper?

This post is linked to Melt in Your Mouth Monday, Mix it up MondayTwo Cup Tuesday, I’m Lovin It

 Easy to make treats made with 4 ingredients that are made in no time!

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14 Responses to Dulce de Leche Chocolate Pretzel Treats

  1. Vickie says:

    What a great idea and they look classy! I was able to answer “yes” to all of your questions. Instead of moving to the head of the class, I’ll move on to the kitchen:) Thanks for sharing these!

  2. icakepops says:

    I raised my hand high!!! These are right up my alley!

  3. becki says:

    Is this a special kind of caramel?

    • Robin says:

      Hi Becki. You can find dulce de leche in the can near the condensed milk. I used Nestle Dulce de Leche for this recipe. Enjoy!

  4. Lisa @ Flour Me With Love says:

    I have my hand raised! These look delicious and I’d love for you to share them at Mix it up Monday:

    I hope to see you soon!

  5. Robin, yes, yes, yes. Loved the “little faces” photo (all of your photos!) and how you stacked the pretzels for even more salty, chocolate-y, caramell-y yummyness.

  6. Christy @ Creating a Beautiful Life says:

    Mmmmm…what a great flavor combination! I can’t wait to try these. I love pretzels and chocolate and then you went and added caramel! I’m visiting from the Pint Sized Baker link party.

    Christy @ Creating a Beautiful Life

  7. Sarah @ Miss Candiquik says:

    These look amazing! Thanks for sharing :) (found you via Pint Sized Baker’s link party)

  8. Joyce T says:

    Robin, Does Dulce De Leche firm up in the refrig. firm up, so that it doesn’t mix in with the chocolate? This is a must do for Christmas goodies. Thank you for the recipe.

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