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Peppermint Bark Pretzel Bites - Together as Family
Addicting I tell you! This is a peppermint bark version that is loaded with lots of peppermint, white chocolate, and a salty pretzel. You will not be able to stop eating these things! These were actually born out of me wandering the Holiday candy aisle at Walmart the other day.
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Only 3 ingredients! Super easy. The hardest part is spreading out the pretzels evenly on the baking sheet and then placing the candy on top. Enlist some help and get the kids involved! Kids love to unwrap the candy and even put a Hershey kiss on each pretzel. The Christmas sprinkles are totally optional.
Those were a last minute addition. I saw them in the cupboard when I went to grab the oven glove to pull the cookie sheet out. There are 63 Hershey kisses in the bag so this recipe yields 63 pretzel bites. We ended up with closer to about I hope you love these easy treats. Grab some of those candy Christmas goody bags at the store, fill up the bag with some pretzel bites and then tie with some Christmas ribbon.
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Fun, cute, festive, and yummy! Perfect for Christmas cookie plates or just a fun Holiday treat. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper or tin foil. Lay out 63 pretzels on the cookie sheet and place an unwrapped candy cane Hershey kiss on each pretzel. Cook for 5 minutes. Let the cookie sheet sit out on the counter for 2 hours so the hershey kiss has time to harden up.
I prefer the square pretzels and that's what I always use for this recipe.
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You can use the regular pretzel shaped pretzels if wanted. Recipe Rating.
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