Need a quick treat for a Halloween party, or just a fun afterschool snack? These Super Easy Halloween Pretzel Bites take just minutes to make!
There are so many ways to celebrate the Halloween season while staying on budget. Even if you're staying home this year, it can be fun to get the family making seasonal recipes like this one.
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One of my favorite combos is salty and sweet, so once the winter holidays roll around, we always make those pretzels + Hershey Kiss + M&Ms candy bites. We just love them, and they're easy to wrap up in cellophane for a quick and pretty gift for someone.
These Easy Pretzel Bites are my take on a Fall or Halloween version, and they take less than 10 minutes to make! They're perfect for a Halloween party, enjoying game day on Sunday, or any fall gathering with family and friends.
Halloween Pretzel Bites
This easy recipe takes just three ingredients:
While you're gathering your ingredients, preheat the oven to 200 degrees.
I like to use parchment paper on my cookie sheets when I'm doing something melty like this. That way, you can slide the parchment onto the counter for cooling, and there's no cleanup. Anything that makes it easier, right?
Line up your pretzels on the parchment paper. Cover each with a disc of white chocolate. Put in the oven for just 4-5 minutes (told you it doesn't take long!).
Remove from the oven, and press one candy corn into each. Let cool, and that's it! These can be stored at room temperature (for as long as they last at your house), or you can make a batch ahead of party time and freeze them. Let them defrost at room temperature ahead of serving.
Here's the printable version of the recipe, and you can change up the ingredients (the craft store has orange chocolate melts or any color you'd like):
- white chocolate candy melts
- candy corn
- Preheat oven to 200 degrees, and prepare cookie sheets with parchment paper.
- Lay pretzels on parchment paper, and top each with one chocolate disc.
- Bake for 4-5 minutes or until chocolate is shiny and slightly melted.
- Top each with one candy corn, and let cool.
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