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A Lovely, Elegant, and Easy Mishloach Manot Idea

Posted on 06 March 2012

I’m really into Chocolate covered pretzels. Yum. They are so tasty and they look great. Believe it or not, they’re not hard to make.

And that’s exactly what I’m going to do for Purim Mishloach Manot.

1. I just bought 9 bags of tall pretzel PAREVE rods. A little hard to find, check your kosher grocery store.

2. I bought a few bags of Chocolate chips, since I haven’t made them all yet, I can’t tell you exactly how many bags to buy. Will update you shortly.

3. I am going to dip just the tops of the pretzel rods in chocolate and then dip them in rainbow sprinkles or pareve candies like crushed peppermint sticks.

4. I plan to give about 8-9 chocolate covered pretzels in a brown, semi flat paper bag, tied with rope and with a little tag on the end.

Here’s the idea:
easy mishloach manot

easy mishloach manot

easy mishloach manot

What do y’all think? I can’t wait to start! I found the beautiful pictures from one of my absolute favorite blogs Fashionisha.com.

I know that we are supposed to give purim food gifts with 2 types of food inside and no the chocolate on top of the pretzels don’t count I don’t think, so while I’m dipping chocolate anyhow, I may just throw a small bag of chocolate covered apricots in there too.

Happy Purim!

One Response to “A Lovely, Elegant, and Easy Mishloach Manot Idea”

  1. dalia Laitin says:

    I liked it. I might do that next year.
    Another easy idea. I made Biscutti. Put 4 strips in a sandwich bag.
    Got large coffee cups with leds at Smart and Final.
    Got individual coffee bags from Folders they have a box with 80 coffee bags in it.
    Got coffee stireres.
    I each cup I put Biscutti, coffee bag, and a stirer.
    You can get fancier and put individual mocha mixes in the cup as well.
    Put a tag attached via a string from the cup close by the top.
    Happy purim.
    Dalia Laitin


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