First, prepare and measure out all of your ingredients. Then, line a baking sheet with a parchment paper sheet or wax paper.
Next, combine the white candy melts and the 2 tsp. of coconut oil in the candy melting pot. Melt them together on high and stir regularly with a heat resistant spatula.
After the candy has melted completely, transfer the melted white candy to a tall dipping container.
Dip each pretzel rod into the melted white candy and then spread them out over the parchment- lined baking sheet. Transfer the pretzels to the fridge and let the candy coating harden for about 10 minutes.
While the first candy layer is hardening, rinse out the silicone lining of the melting pot. After drying, repeat the melting and stirring process for the blue candy melts and the ½ tsp of coconut oil.
Once the blue candy has completely melted, pour it into a separate clean tall dipping container.
Next, dip the tips of the pretzel rods into the melted blue candy and then immediately sprinkle with the colorful star sprinkles. Then, move the candy- coated pretzels back to the fridge and let sit again.
Rinse and dry the melting pot one more time. Then, combine the red candy melts with the ¼ tsp. of the coconut oil and melt them together while stirring.
When it is ready, transfer the melted red candy to a piping bag and tie it off with a piping bag tie. Then, cut ⅛ inch from the tip of the bag for easy drizzling.
Finally, drizzle the melted red candy over the remaining white part of the pretzel rods and let them harden completely before serving.
For an easier drizzling shortcut you can use a few packs of these ChocoDrizzlersChocoDrizzlers. For this recipe, I suggest getting 2 or 3 bags. This method is perfect for anyone who does not do a lot of baking at home or if you just don’t have any pastry piping bags handy in your own kitchen. The biggest differences to take note of are that these prepared drizzler bags are a little more costly and they produce less of the candy.