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No Brainer Halloween Treats: White Chocolate Pumpkin Pretzel Crisps

Looking for fun and easy Halloween treats to make for your friends? These no brainer white chocolate covered pretzels using Pretzel Crisps are amazingly delicious. They’re so easy to make and they’re seriously the cutest pumpkin shaped treats ever! These chocolate covered pretzels for Halloween combine the sweet and salty tastes for amazing yumminess!

We had so much fun decorating the pretzels and they make for such a tasty little treat. Cute Halloween treats are an important part of any Halloween party! Read on for our no-brainer recipe…

For more Halloween recipes we recommend: How to Make Mummy Crackers and Cheese, Pumpkin Shaped Rice Crispy Treats, and Dracula’s Dentures Cookies.

How To Make Halloween Treats: White Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Ingredients:

  • 1 bag of Original flavored Pretzel Crisps
  • 1 bag of White Chocolate Chips
  • 2 packs of Orange Powdered Food Coloring
  • Black and Orange Sprinkles
  • Mini M&M’s (You will only need the green ones)
  • Edible Black Sparkle Gel (optional)

 How To Make White Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Pretzel Crisps

Step 1: Pour the entire bag of chocolate chips into a microwave safe bowl.  Put the bowl in the microwave for 1 minute, take out and stir.  The chocolate won’t be completely melted after one minute so put it in for another 30 seconds and it should melt completely.

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Step 2: Stir in two packets of orange powdered food coloring with a spatula.

Step 3: The easiest way to completely coat the pretzel is to do it with your fingers.

Step 4: Place the covered Pretzel Crisp on a piece of wax paper on a baking sheet.

Step 5: Place a green mini M&M vertically on the top of the pretzel crisp to act as the pumpkin stem.

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Step 6: You can leave the pumpkin plain, cover it with black polka dots (with Edible sparkle gel), make a jack o-lantern-face or sprinkle with black and orange sprinkles.  Make sure you do this after you have placed the pretzel on the wax paper.

Step 7:  Let them harden and serve these Halloween treats on a cute platter!

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About The Author

Lizzy Foxley has a B.S. in Marketing from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah and is a recent San Diego transplant. Her background includes PR/Marketing and retail management. She enjoys staying active in the San Diego sun, meeting new people, keeping others laughing and hitting the fun hot spots in town. Follow her on twitter. @lizardfox

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