Last-Minute Halloween Treat: Pretzel Ghosts

This Halloween, don’t worry about needing to plan this huge and extravagant baking project for a party. These Halloween pretzel ghosts are cute, delicious, and simple to make. No planning involved!

Ingredients:
  • Pretzel rods
  • White chocolate chips
  • Mini chocolate chips
  • Sprinkles

 

Step 1:

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Melt 1 cup of white chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl, stirring them every 15 seconds.

 

Step 2:

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Dip half of the pretzel rods into the melted white chocolate chips, covering them each about half way. Put them on a lined baking sheet when done. 

 

Step 3:

Put 2 mini chocolate chips on for eyes. (The store I went to did not have any, so the eyes on mine are a little big.)

 

Step 4:

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Melt the rest of the chocolate chips in the microwave, stirring them every 15 seconds.

 

Step 5:

Dip the rest of the pretzel rods into the melted chocolate.

 

Step 6:

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Use your sprinkles to decorate the pretzel rods however you see fit. Halloween sprinkles add to the feel, but if your store doesn’t have any (like mine), just try and get some with colors that represent Halloween. Place them on the baking sheet when finished.

 

Step 7:

Let them sit for about a half hour or until the chocolate has hardened on the pretzel. Then, take them off the baking sheet and enjoy!

 

 

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Although Elizabeth Meade, or Lizzy Lynn (lizzylynn@germmagazine.com), hasn't yet made her writing debut, she loves to write. When Elizabeth isn't writing she is either reading a new book, doing karate, playing the clarinet, or singing Fall Out Boy. As a future job, Elizabeth hopes to become a best-selling author or the Ambassador to New Zealand.

1 COMMENT

  1. […] The mix of chocolate and pretzel in this recipe is able to satisfy both my sweet and salty cravings. My favorite thing about this recipe is how easy it is to make so many of them. This recipe would work great for a Halloween party or a bake sale, amongst other things. I did a full tutorial of this recipe last Halloween, which you can find here. […]

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