Jun 28, 2022

Salted Chocolate Pretzel Bark

The easiest way to making it a "salted" recipe is by simply using already salted pretzels to begin with. But if you prefer to control the amount of salt used, go with the plain version. That way you can be the sole person in charge of the amount of salt that will be adding to the chocolate coating.

Salted chocolate pretzel bark - 

Salted chocolate pretzel bark


  • 2 cups salted pretzel
  • 170 grams semi-sweet chocolate 
  • Some salt flakes (if needed)


Line a baking dish with parchment paper, it doesn't have to be neat especially we're going to crush the pretzel in the end.

Lining baking dish with parchment paper

Set up a double boiler. Either use chocolate chips or break the whole chocolate into smaller pieces. Melt the chocolate and stir till evenly velvety in the end.

Salted pretzels

Mix in pretzels.

Mixing pretzels with melted chocolate

Pour the entire mixture to the baking dish, try to even out the surface.

Adding melted chocolate and pretzels to baking dish

Into the fridge and wait till it firms up, at least 2 hours just to be safe. Once ready, remove it from the fridge and break into smaller chunky pieces. I did it with my own hands, but of course you can use a tool like knife handle.  

Salted chocolate pretzel bark

If using plain pretzel, sprinkle just a tiny pinch of salt flakes on top prior transferring the baking dish to the fridge.

To be honest, I was too greedy on the salt for the first batch. I was already using salted pretzels but I even sprinkled a little bit more salt flakes in the end. Needless to say, my sweet and savory snack tasted like a solid sea water mess. 

So rest assured that the recipe I presented here has been tested and fool-proof. Just remember to go easy on the salt used. Worst case, you can always add more salt in the end, it's better safe than sorry. Trust me, I know.

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