Make These Quick and Easy Halloween Pretzel Rods! #desserts #snacks

Make These Quick and Easy Halloween Pretzel Rods! #desserts #snacks

It's formally that season once more, where we can begin arranging and preparing for a fun Halloween party. Yippee, my preferred occasion! Thus, to take care of business, look at this snappy and simple formula for some amazing Halloween pretzel poles to serve your loved ones!

I adore salty and sweet, so these pretzel poles are definitely suited to my strengths with regards to season. What's more, did you know, purple is the freshest Halloween shading? Believe it or not, it's never again simply orange and dark.

The purple includes a bit of present day style to everything Halloween. You can make these halloween pretzels in under 15 minutes, and your visitors (or simply your children) will love them. Here's the ticket...


Make These Quick and Easy Halloween Pretzel Rods! #desserts #snacks


  • Pretzel rods
  • Orange candy melts
  • Black candy melts
  • White candy melts
  • Halloween sprinkles
  • Baking sheet
  • Parchment paper
  • Ziploc bags
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  1. To start off these cool Halloween pretzel treats line pretzels on a parchment covered baking sheet.
  2. Melt the candy melts in separate bowls in the microwave. Use 50% heat and microwave in 30-45 second intervals. Mixing each time.
  3. Take a couple scoops of the melted candy melts, in each color, and place them into individual Ziploc baggies. Set aside.
  4. Pour the black and white candy melts into a tall mug. Dip the pretzel into the mug(s) and use a spoon to scoop the melted candy over the pretzel rod. Leave a little space at the top of the pretzel with no candy coating.  Tap the excess candy off the pretzel and lay onto the parchment lined baking sheet. 
  5. Cover pretzel rods with different Halloween sprinkles. But leave a few bare so you can zig-zag.
  6. To create the zig-zag design, cut a bottom corner off the chocolate filled ziploc baggies.
  7. In a back and forth motion, drizzle the colored chocolate over the pretzel rods without the sprinkles. Repeat with each desired color. I love how these look layered!
  8. After adding your sprinkles and chocolate zig-zags, chill the pretzel rods until the candy coating sets and is hard. Your decorated pretzel rods are finished and ready to serve!

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