I bought them from Michaels craft store using coupons. You can also buy them at kitchen supply stores like Gygi.
These are nice because you can simply melt them in the microwave (you could also use a double boiler, but the micro is soooo easy…).
You could also put your toppings on a flat tray or plate and roll your rods in the toppings for a thicker coating.
C) It dries quickly and melts easily
You can also add drops of flavoring to the chocolate to switch it up (peppermint, almond, vanilla, etc…)
Note: You DO NOT want to use chocolate chips. They don't harden well; they remain pretty soft and melt easily. You don't want chocolate smearing all over the cute wrapping you put the rods in!
Wrap your creations in cute ribbons and bags, put them in creative boxes, make little printed sacks, or put them in cute dollar store jars or mugs and they make the perfect holiday treat for friends and neighbors! Check out some of these adorable – and yummy – ideas I found: