Chocolate Pretzel Peanut Butter

by Cait on January 4, 2012

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Believe it.

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It’s every bit as good as it sounds.

It literally tasted like a peanut butter covered pretzel, covered in chocolate.

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And so easy too!

Just two simple steps…

Step one:

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Step two:

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Store it:

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Eat it:

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Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table January 5, 2012

Ohhhh… using chocolate covered pretzels = brilliant. I can never get enough when it comes to sweet + salty. I best this would make one crazy-good PB and banana sandwich!

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Cait January 6, 2012

Me too! I’m a trail mix addict!! And I totally agree – I might sub the bananas for apples since I don’t like bananas though :)

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Brittany @ GOtheXtraMile January 5, 2012

You. Are. A. Genius.

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Cait January 6, 2012

haha – thank you! :)

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Gina @ Running to the Kitchen January 5, 2012

Genius. That is all.

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Cait January 6, 2012
Sarena (The Non-Dairy Queen) January 5, 2012

Amazing! Perfection in a jar!

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Cait January 6, 2012

Agreed! It came out SO good! It was everything I hoped for and more!

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kathleen @ the daily crumb January 5, 2012

insane! this looks amazing… will have to make it asap, and, conveniently enough, i have all ingredients on hand!

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Cait January 6, 2012

Haha woohoo! Let me know how you like it :)

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Brittnie (A Joy Renewed) January 5, 2012

OK this is the best recipe I have come across in a long time! I will be making this asap. I have some dark chocolate covered pretzels in the pantry that will work perfect.

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Cait January 6, 2012

Oooh those definitely will work perfectly – probably even tastier than the milk chocolate covered ones! Let me know how it turns out!

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Anna @ Food Fitness Frolicking January 5, 2012

BRILLIANT!

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Cait January 8, 2012

Thanks Anna! :)

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Katie January 5, 2012

YOU ARE KIDDING ME?!! Sooooo GOOD!!! I almost asked you where you bought it (because I was going to sprint out the door and try to find it) before I realized you made it yourself. What a genius – I’m glad you are my real life best friend. :-)

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Cait January 6, 2012

Hahahahaha – I’m so glad that you’re MY real life best friend!! And if you need me to, I’ll just send some of this on over to your house! Or maybe I should just deliver it in person!?!

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katie@newmamamac.blogspot.com January 5, 2012

you just made my night.

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Cait January 6, 2012

Ahahaha – I’m so glad!

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Kelli H (Made in Sonoma) January 5, 2012

yes, please. right.now.

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Cait January 6, 2012

haha! I wish I could share through the computer!

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Erica @ For the Sake of Cake January 5, 2012

I think a resounding YUM is sufficient for this post!

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Cait January 6, 2012

Ahaha – I would agree with you!

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Kath January 5, 2012

So fun!!!

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Cait January 6, 2012

:) All your crazy delicious nut butters that you always have inspired me!

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Katie @ Talk Less, Say More January 5, 2012

OH.EM.GEE!!!

How have I not come up with this myself?!

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Cait January 6, 2012

Haha I don’t know but you must try it! It’s awesome!

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Emily January 5, 2012

I have no words.
This is brilliant.
I’m in love.

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Cait January 6, 2012

Haha – I’m so glad! That was my exact reaction upon first spoonful shoveled into my mouth :)

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Corrie Anne January 6, 2012

That’s a seriously genius gift idea!!!!!!!! Birthday gifts this year!! Lol.

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Cait January 6, 2012

Ha! That’s a good idea! Homemade nut butters as birthday gifts is GENIUS!

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lena January 6, 2012

looks mighty yummy! totally ingenious!!! I’m so gonna try it! thanks for sharing…. hope you are feeling better!

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Cait January 6, 2012

Yay! Let me know how you like it if you try it!

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lena January 7, 2012

Definitely! Just one question though, what proportion of nuts to pretzels did you use?

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Cait January 7, 2012

I used just a jar of unsalted peanuts and a bag of Flips :)

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Jessica @ Sushi and Sit-Ups January 6, 2012

I love things that are sweet and salty. Yum!

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Cait January 6, 2012

Me too! This was like trail mix in peanut butter form! So good :)

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Allison January 6, 2012

Oh my goodness, the title caught my eye and the picture filled my stomach just thinking about it… YUM!

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Cait January 6, 2012

I’m so glad! I wish I could share it with you through the screen!

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Maria January 6, 2012

I need this in my life!

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Cait January 6, 2012

Yes! You do!! It’s super easy to make so definitely give it a try! :)

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chelcie @ chelcie's food files January 6, 2012

oh. my. god. I am bookmarking this and making this ASAP. GAHH I can’t even handle how amazing that looks!

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Cait January 6, 2012

Haha I’m so glad you think so! It definitely was completely delicious. Let me know how it turns out and how you like it when you try it!

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Lisa ♥ Healthful Sense January 6, 2012

Wow… that looks dangerously good lol!!
Love the pictures =)

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Cait January 6, 2012

Haha dangerously good is the PERFECT description for it! ;)

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Claire @ Live and Love to Eat January 6, 2012

I have some dark chocolate covered pretzels on the verge of death – this will revive them for sure! ;)

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Cait January 6, 2012

Haha yes it absolutely will! :)

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Emilie @ Emilie's Enjoyables January 6, 2012

that looks AMAZING. Seriously the best flavor combinations ever.

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Cait January 6, 2012

Totally agree! It tastes SO good!

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Sarah @ blueeyedbarbie.blogspot.com January 6, 2012

Yes please!

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Cait January 6, 2012
Emily January 7, 2012

Looks yummy!! And I LOVE the label maker!

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Cait January 7, 2012

Haha thank you!! :)

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Jenny January 8, 2012

this. is. awesome.

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Cait January 8, 2012

Haha thanks Jenny! :)

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honeywhatscooking February 2, 2012

wow, this looks so good. new to your blog, really like it.

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Cait February 2, 2012

I’m so glad! Thanks for stopping by :) And I highly recommend this peanut butter – it came out SO good!

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Sally @ sally's baking addiction February 24, 2012

oh. my. god. you are a genius!!!!! i am obsessed with chocolate, pretzels, and peanut butter!! (in fact i recently posted a chocolate covered stuffed peanut butter pretzel recipe!!) this looks incredible and i’m making it this weekend. no questions asked. :)

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Cait February 24, 2012

Yay! Let me know how you like it!

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Casey February 26, 2012

Yum! I love this idea!! Quick question-do you store yours in the pantry or fridge?

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Cait February 26, 2012

Usually the fridge but I’ve also done the pantry and it has been fine! :)

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Rachel June 27, 2012

OMG this looks amazing! My mom just bought a food processor so I might just have to give this a try :)

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Cait June 27, 2012

Definitely do! It was SO delicious!

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Allison August 27, 2012

Would it work just as well if you mixed the chocolate covered pretzels with a jar of already made peanut butter? Just curious. And did you add anything to the peanuts or did you just blend peanuts? Can’t wait to try this!! :)

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Cait August 27, 2012

Yeah I definitely think that would work – I would just crush the pretzels first and then make sure to stir really well :) For the peanut butter, I just added the peanuts and processed! Nothing else!

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