Pink Monster Halloween Pretzels
Easy Monster Pretzels for Halloween
Try these easy Halloween pretzels that look like little fuzzy pink monsters. If your looking to send off some treats for a Halloween food party, or whipping up some different Halloween candy ideas for a charcuterie board these little pretzel Halloween treats are sure to be a hit.
Homes with children are busy anytime of year, but this time of the year can be mind boggling busy for Moms, with school, sports, Thanksgiving, Halloween and early Christmas planning. These easy pink monster Halloween treats are so easy to make and kind of cute too.
These candy covered Halloween pretzels can be made in any colour you like but I do suggest matching the colour of the candy melts to the sprinkles so that you have a “furry” look. They take no time to put together and you can make them ahead of time whenever you have half an hour to put them together.
Monster Halloween Pretzel Ingredients
1 bag regular salted pretzels (wrapped shape)
1 bag of pinkcandy melts
Vegetable oil or coconut oil
Round shaped licorice
Line a tray with parchment paper
How to Make Pretzel Halloween Treats
Melt the candy melts according to the directions on the box, I bought bulk ones without directions and melted them in the microwave, they were all lumpy and I don’t know if they were over cooked or not softened enough. I tossed them and bought new candy melts in a package that came with melting instructions.
Begin by following the instructions on your candy melts.
After you warm your candy, simply dip your pretzels into the candy melts, spoon a layer over them, lift the pretzel out and set aside.
Do each Halloween pretzel one at a time. As soon as you transfer the pretzel to cool, add the sprinkles, cut the licorice and add the eyeballs.
Repeat with the next one. Doing them one at a time immediately after transferring from the warm chocolate means the sprinkles, licorice fangs and eyeball candies all attach without having to fiddle with dipping each little piece into the melts before “gluing” them to the pretzel.
Hubs was with me while I took these pictures and laughed when I added the little hand prop. He said it made the pretzels look scared of being eaten.
Making the Halloween Pretzels Ahead of Time
These little monster pretzels are made with candy melts, so they can be made up to two weeks ahead and set aside in a air tight container. Just remember to start with fresh pretzels. Once you make the monster Halloween pretzels wrap them in plastic and then a sealed container. They will keep well in a cool dry space.
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