3 Spooky Pretzel Treat For Halloween

3 Spooky Pretzel Treat For Halloween

Halloween is coming and that means festive treats for all those trick-or-treaters. And with yummy, salty pretzels being a favorite for everyone what better way than to make some pretzel treats? We found the top 3 spooky pretzel treats for this coming holiday that you and your family will love.

Kitchen Sink Marshmallow Bars

This is a treat everyone will love this Halloween season. And the kids will love being included in this fun dessert. All you need is a bag of marshmallows, puffed rice, our yummy Pretzel pretzels (we recommend using our Sea Salt Caramel flavor), a mixing bowl, and a parchment lined baking sheet.

You’re going to get your marshmallows and melt them in a bowl. Then mix in a portion of crushed Pretzels, rice puffs, and any other mix-ins you like. Once mixed you can scoop out a portion by hand and shape it into squares or balls.

Chocolate Marshmallow Spiders

Keep some of your leftover marshmallows from the last recipe and bring the kids in to create this spooky treat. Chocolate marshmallow spiders are equal parts craft and dessert. You’ll have fun making these and have even more fun eating them!

First, melt some chocolate of your choice in a bowl. Then grab your marshmallows and pretzels and give the marshmallow some pretzel legs. Then dip the whole thing in the chocolate and place it on a parchment lined baking sheet. Put in the freeze for 10-minutes to set and enjoy!

Chocolate Pretzel Bites

This easy treat is perfect for your next themed party. With only a few ingredients and steps, you’ll be able to whip up a batch that’s ready for all the hungry trick-or-treaters. All you have to do is dip your favorite Pretzel pretzel in melted chocolate and decorate with sprinkles. What makes this pretzel recipe so customizable is that you can use colored candy melts to create color combinations that fit any season.

So, ready to make some sweet & salty snacks? Find your favorite batch of artisanal pretzels in our pretzel store and satisfy those cravings.

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