Sprinkled Episode 6: Caramel Pretzels

sally in the kitchen holding pretzels dipped in caramel and topped with various toppings

A 2012 recipe is the star of the latest episode of Sprinkled. I’m really excited to bring loaded caramel dipped pretzels back to life because it’s a recipe you don’t want to miss. The October Baking Challenge (homemade toffee) is focused on candy, so these kid-friendly, super easy, salty sweet treats are the perfect fit for episode 6!

3 pretzel rods dipped in caramel and various toppings standing up in a glass jar with sprinkles

Episode 6

Episode 6 recipe: Loaded Caramel Pretzels with Homemade Salted Caramel

My favorite parts are Jude barking at 7:18 and Franklin’s head at 7:28. HAHA!!! Let me know what you think of Sprinkled episode 6!

What is Sprinkled?

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Earlier this year, a video production crew filmed me at work in my kitchen. Most of the time was spent filming step-by-step recipe tutorials, but they also filmed me working, writing, photographing, and recipe testing. The series is called Sprinkled. 🙂 For the recipe tutorials, I selected my favorite blog recipes ranging from cookies and cake to brownies and pie.

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16 Comments

  1. I enjoyed watching this episode of sprinkled so much!
    Looking forward to the next one! 🙂

  2. Every episode just makes me smile and smile Sally. So very well done. Congrats girly!

  3. Another great episode! I like the behind-the-scenes clips. It’s good to see how much time and effort you put into each recipe, each blog, each video. You must be exhausted! Thank you for sharing your hard work. I feel very fortunate.

  4. Sue Ringsdorf says:

    I love watching these episodes!! You are the SWEETEST! 🙂

  5. Hi Sally,
    I love the video! I was hoping though to learn how to make them. Do you have a receipe (coming) to home make the pretzel rods, too?
    I would feel much better to wrap them as a home made gift if I actually made them from scratch 🙂

  6. Thank you, that was fun to watch! Very informative! I am going to try this soon!!

    JoAnn

  7. Sally, your tutorials. make me so less hesitant to try something new. I am definitely going to make these loaded pretzels. Who knew caramel could be so easy!

  8. Episode 6 is great- I need these pretzels in my life! Thanks for making it look easy enough for me to try.

  9. Sally,
    Those look so good. Have you ever dipped them in chocolate, before or after the caramel? They make these marshmallows at Disneyland with chocolate and caramel that are so good, then with sprinkles. Wondering if you could do the same with the pretzels. Thanks and let us know what Noelle will be for Halloween.

    1. Hi Suzy! I personally haven’t, but a few readers have said they dunk one end of the pretzel rods in caramel, let the caramel set, then dunk in melted chocolate on top of the caramel. I can only imagine how good that is and I’m dying to try them that way this holiday season.

  10. So fun to see you making this recipe and to have a visit with Jude and Franklin too! Thanks for all your hard work; we have many favorites from your recipes!

  11. I love these videos!! I love to bake and somehow have never been successful in my attempts to make caramel. I tried to watch the video closely that showed you making the caramel. Do you stir it the whole time and you didn’t worry about brushing the sides for sugar crystals? Mine always ends up clumping up or grainy.

    1. Hi Suzanne! I stir the cooking caramel mostly the entire time, yes– except when it needs to boil at the end. I never experience sugar crystals on the side of the pan, however, you can certainly use a water-moistened pastry brush to brush down the sides.

  12. Thank you so much for the video. I made these a few years ago with chocolate & caramel & struggled a bit. I call that time Before Sally!
    I will be doing these again your way. Love the mason jar idea!
    I am so happy I found you & all your followers!

  13. I showed my son your Instagram feed and asked him to pick out a dessert he wants for his birthday party with his friends and he came across this one. What a great idea for the kids! A pretzel dipping bar! Thanks for all your great recipes! And for a kid friendly feed. Some use language and I just don’t know why it needs to be there with the delicious food! ☺️☺️

    1. Thanks so much! These are so much fun for a kids party, I agree. Careful because the caramel is a little warm.

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