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How To: Make delicious chocolate covered pretzels

Making chocolate covered pretzels can be a snap. The main ingredients needed include: pretzels, chocolate ganache, heavy cream, and a little bit of butter. Those ingredients ll come together to help make a delicious snack perfect for any tailgating party, baby shower, or just because. So sit back and enjoy this easy tutorial on how to make delicious chocolate pretzels.

How To: Make mini pretzels for a doll & dollhouse

Garden of Imagination presents a video that teaches how to create a miniature pretzel for a dollhouse. First, she rolls polymer clay into a tiny snake-like roll. Then, she wraps the clay to form a pretzel shape. After she gets the shape she wants, she cuts the clay to make it even. Next, she retrieves chalk. She breaks up a little to dust the pretzel. She uses a dark yellow and brown to achieve a baked look. Then, she adds sea salt from her kitchen. Last, she instructs to bake the pretzel in ...

How To: Perform a magic bar trick with a cloth napkin

This trick works great in pretty much any bar or restaurant. All you need is a cloth napkin to achieve this funky trick. Bet someone that they will not be able to tie a napkin in a knot without crossing their arms or lifting their fingers. Those suckers will tie themselves in a pretzel before they are able to accomplish this and you can laugh and laugh because you know the secret!

How To: Make chocolate dipped mini pretzel sticks

Watch this how to video to learn how to make chocolate dipped mini pretzel sticks. Dip pretzels in white or dark chocolate, or add a professional touch to your treats by placing a contrasting color of melted chocolate in a parchment bag with a tight point. Cut a small hole at the end. Stripe dipped pretzels with the chocolate in the parchment bag. Stripe with additional color if desired.

How To: Tie a pretzel knot for hemp jewelry

In this video we learn how to tie a pretzel knot for hemp jewelry. First, making a loop with the chords in your right hand and place them over the left chords. Hold the loose ends on the right side and take the chords from the left hand. Go over the right chords and then up through the top. Then go over the loop under the left side of the loop pulling the chords up. What you get here will look kind of like a mouse, so you will need to get the first color on the outside. Then, slide this up an...

How To: Do the "Pretzel" swing dance move

Swing dancing dates back to the 1920's, where the African American community, discovered the Charleston and the Lindy Hop, while dancing to contemporary Jazz music. The term "Swing dancing" is used to refer to one or all of the following swing era dances: Lindy Hop, Charleston, Shag, Balboa and Blues and extends to include West Coast Swing, East Coast Swing, Hand Dancing, Jive, Rock and Roll, Modern Jive, and other dances developing in the 1940s and later.

How To: Dip pretzels and mango slices in chocolate

Nutritionists recommend the "five a day" rule when it comes to eating right; specifically, getting five servings a day of fruits and vegetables. And while we'd never complain about crunching down on more succulent fruits like mangos and bananas, less palatable foods like celery could use a little extra kick in the flavor department.

How To: Make Your Own Auntie Anne's Pretzels at Home

As a kid, I remember begging my mother almost every single time we went to the mall to buy me a pretzel from Auntie Anne's. Now, whenever I pass one of those little blue and white stands, that delicious, buttery smell instantly takes me back to being an impatient four-year-old who wants a pretzel right now. The only bad thing about Auntie Anne's is that you usually have to deal with annoying places like malls and airports to find one. Wouldn't it be nice if you could just whip some up at home...

How To: Make a sweet & salty party mix

Make this Sweet and Salty Party Mix with this video! Need a simple and delicious snack for your party? Look no further than this video! Watch this video to learn from Ricardo how to make a great snack party mix with some cereal and spices. Make plenty, as these will go in no time!

How To: Make Chocolate Covered Pretzels

In the mood for a treat but can’t decide between salty or sweet? Why choose when you can have the best of both worlds? Chocolate covered pretzels are a mouth-watering snack perfect for satisfying even the most wicked cravings. They are a huge hit at parties and get-togethers, and your guests will be impressed you made them yourself (not to mention that store-bought versions can cost a pretty penny!)

How To: Make snacks for kids

In this video, from happyauershow, we learn how to make some healthy snacks for kids. First, is a sweet Kid Kabob. You need a skewer, strawberry, pineapple, marshmallow, and Rice Krispies Treats. Simply make a pattern on the kabob however you'd like. You can use whatever fruit your children like best. The next snack is Kid Sushi. For this you will need Rice Krispies Treats and Fruit Roll-Ups. Roll up the Rice Krispies Treats in the Fruit Roll-Up, cut in sections, and you have the Sushi Rolls....

How To: Make a skimboard

Skimboarding is a fun sport similar to both surfing and skateboarding. Plywood boards are ridden out into the surf from the shore or are used to perform tricks in the shallow water. This how to video demonstrates how to build your own skimboard and customize it to your liking. All you need is plywood board, a jigsaw, sandpaper, and paint. Happy skimboarding!

How To: Make bread with your kids

Making bread with your kids can be a fun activity for both you and your young ones. It allows them to feel new things such as bread dough and can introduce to them how some popular foods like pizzas and pretzels are made. This tutorial focuses on how to make bread with your kids fun and enjoyable.

How To: Make football cupcakes

This video from Family Fun shows how to make football cupcakes. You will need some cupcakes that you have already baked, some green frosting, white decorating gel and icing, fruit leather, pretzel sticks and chocolate covered almonds.

How To: Do the pas de bouree Jazz/Funk dance move

Without giving offense to this dance move, the pas de bouree Jazz/Funk dance move basically makes you look like a dancing pretzel. When you watch the video at first it looks a little confusing since you're crossing your legs continuously, but really all it is is setting a pattern and following it.

How To: Do a calming yoga flow to increase leg flexibility

There are a plethora of reasons why you should practice yoga, from easier breathing to increased flexibility to clearing your mind. But there's another super important reason you should take up the art of the pretzel-limbed: It helps build strength all throughout your body, which means you'll be less likely to pull a muscle or throw out your back in real life.

How To: Make chocolate fondue

Decadent chocolate fondue tastes great when paired with fruit, angel food cake, ladyfingers, and pretzels. Chocolate fondue was invented at the Chalet Swiss Restaurant in New York City in the 1950's. The ingredients you will need are heavy whipping cream, chocolate (semi-sweet and chocolate morsals are the most popular) and kirsch or cherry brandy.

How To: Tell if a guy secretly likes you

In this video, Chad tells us how to know if a guy really likes a girl. If a guy uses physical contact with you, he most likely likes you and wants to contact you. The hard thing about knowing a guy likes you, is if they guy sends you the right signals. A guy could feel more like a friend with you, so feel him out before you approach him. The best way to know if a guy likes you, is to set up boundaries to see if he respects you. A guy should also be able to tell you that he likes you, and tell...

How To: Make a deliciously spooky dirt chocolate pudding for Halloween

Dirt pudding is one of the tastiest and easiest dessert concoctions, and for Halloween this year, spook-ify the avenger dirt pudding with layers of yummy worms, sticks and ghosts. This fun-to-assemble chocolate pudding layered with crushed sandwich cookies, pretzels and lots of creepy crawlies is easy and great for the kids. The finishing touches of white chocolate ghosts and gravestones plus a hefty helping of candy corn and pumpkins are things that make you go "Boo!"

How To: Tell if a girl is interested

In this video, we learn how to tell if a girl is interested. If you just met a girl and have gone out with her a couple of times, there are ways to tell if she really likes you. Sometimes girls can forget to call you or hang out, but don't take it to heart. The best way to know if a girl likes you is to compare her to a girl that you know was interested in you in your past. If your current girl acts like the girl that liked you in the past, you will know she really likes you and can think abo...

How To: Do yoga arm binds in standing yoga poses

Yoga arm binds are part of what make seasoned yogis look like walking pretzels. Arm binds add difficulty to any yoga pose, testing your flexibility and balance. For this reason, many people find it hard to hold a standing pose with an arm bind, let alone get to an arm bind position.

How To: Prepare for a yoga backbend by lying on a roll

As a yoga practitioner you must be unafraid to bend your body like a German pretzel into all matter of formations, forgoing that bitter mistress named gravity and find your own center of balance instead. Once you're an advanced yogi you can do such crazy poses as balancing your entire body at a 45 degree incline on just your two hands.

How To: Make a caterpillar cake and bug cupcake

In this video, we learn how to make a caterpillar cake and bug cupcakes with Lee Hanson. You will need: 1 box Betty Crocker cake mix, any ingredients the box calls for, 8 drops of green food color, 1 1/2 container of Betty Crocker vanilla frosting, tray covered with foil, 5 candy-coated chocolate candies, 2 vanilla wafers, 2 small pretzel sticks and 24 gumdrops. First, heat your oven to 350 degrees and bake the cake. Let it cool for a few hours or until it's not warm at all. Then, cut the cak...

How To: Organize an Oktoberfest Party

If you’re planning to hold a party this October, what better event to model your event after than Oktoberfest? The German beer festival began in Bavaria, Germany in 1810 to celebrate a royal marriage. Since then, it has been celebrated annually by millions of attendees these past decades and has spread throughout the world. Of course, Oktoberfest would not come to be without the beer.

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