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Magic Wands

Rated as 4.57 out of 5 Stars
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"Make edible magic wands with this recipe and conjure up some Halloween fun!"
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Ingredients

30 m servings 134
Original recipe yields 30 servings

Directions

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  1. Dip each pretzel rod into frosting, not quite half way. Roll in sprinkles to coat the frosting. Abracadabra, you have a magic wand!

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 134 calories; 3.6 23.7 1.6 < 1 337 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

Although I used white chocolate instead of frosting, I am still rating this. I used 6 oz of a good quality white chocolate. Painted it on the rod with a silicone brush. I then rolled the rods in...

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I don't get it. The frosting is soft gooey and messy. Is there a way to stiffen the frosting after toppings?

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Although I used white chocolate instead of frosting, I am still rating this. I used 6 oz of a good quality white chocolate. Painted it on the rod with a silicone brush. I then rolled the rods in...

I don't get it. The frosting is soft gooey and messy. Is there a way to stiffen the frosting after toppings?

Easy and fun. I made these as a Halloween treat for a coworker's kids. I'm going to try them again some time with melted white chocolate instead of frosting. Thanks for the recipe - cute idea!

I do something similar, but I use the candy melts because there are lots of colors and you can layer them. There is so much more you can do with those rather than just icing or chocolate.

i love this recipe - i use different icings as well as different sprinkles. i love the ones with chocolate frosting and toasted coconut the best. thanks.

This works really well with melted white chocolate chips too. It is a nice not too sweet treat for Halloween and it's a very simple and quick way for the kids to participate.

I've made these for years at Christmas time, instead using melted chocolate & white chocolate chips, also coating with crushed peppermint, cashews & sprinkles. I am excited about the frosting id...

What an easy and fun project to do with your children! My daughter and I made a whole batch for a party tomorrow. In additon to vanilla frosting we also used chocolate. I do believe they'll be t...

Wonderful Idea for a halloween snack for my first graders class, thanks