Thursday, March 24, 2016

Chocolate Flower Pretzels



Spring is here, although you wouldn't know it from the snow flurries outside of my window right now. We have been creating all week for Easter this weekend and I wanted to make a fun treat that the kids would enjoy. These easy little flowers come together in just minutes are would even work as cute table scatter on a table!


You will need: 

  • Snap Pretzels
  • White Melting Chocolate
  • Pastel M&Ms

Place a handful of white melting chocolate in a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 1 minute. Stir the chocolate microwave in 30 second intervals stirring between each one until the chocolate is smooth.

Dip the top of the pretzel in the chocolate and then arrange the M&Ms on top of the chocolate to resemble a flower. Use one color fo the center and then six M&Ms around the center.

Allow the chocolate to set and plate them for a fun dessert at your Easter dinner or put them in cellophane bags to give to friends.

What treats do you make for Easter?
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21 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

I am actually not making any desserts this year for Easter. I ended up ordering them from a local bakery :)

Eileen Kelly said...

These are so adorable. I am hosting a brunch. These will be be perfect for my daughter to make with me

Charlotte TheMummyToolbox said...

These are so sweet! I know the kids would enjoy making these too as a great movie night snack!

Karen Morse said...

I am all about chocolate and pretzels. YUM. These are so sweet and perfect for spring! What a festive recipe - and looks easy to make!
Karen | GlamKaren.com

Michelle said...

These are so fun and I bet my kiddos could even make them independently! Hello, Spring Break, here's an activity for day one!

Rose Sahetapy said...

The colors are so vibrant, makes it more appealing for the kids. Simple activity with a lot of fun for family.

Heather Lawrence said...

I haven't made anything for easter this year. Seeing as we won't be home their won't be anyone here to enjoy them.
Love these pretzels though. So pretty!

Laura - Eye Candy Creative Studio said...

this is such a cute & simple treat that you can whip up in no time. I love quick snacks like this - so cute

Rachel Langer said...

Chocolate covered pretzels are a Christmas tradition for us. These cute flowers make me want to break the mold and try it for Easter, too! CUTE!!

Kelly said...

These are so cute and easy to make! Thanks for sharing such a quick and easy recipe for a busy mom - now I can look like a hero ;)

Mariah said...

Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe! Quick and easy AND cute! :)

Michele! said...

This is the perfect dessert for easter! Salty, sweet and so very cute! And I know the littles will be able to help! Love it

Amanda Love said...

We bake quite a bit of cookies but this year I think I'm just picking stuff up from the store. I haven't gotten into baking anything this Easter at all. Loving your flower pretzels though and may make them AFTER Easter.

jillconyers said...

This is such a cute idea. And easy too. I wonder how many M&Ms I would eat while make these.

Monica Benavidez said...

These look tasty and easy! Plus, I love anything with that many M&Ms on it. :)

Dollhouse Goddesses said...

I love how this treat uses white chocolate and milk chocolate. Due to food allergies I couldn't personally enjoy this but I will make it for a family celebration.

CourtneyLynne said...

Omg!!!! These pretzels look so yummy!!!!! Perfect treat for Easter Day!!! So need to make these!

Yona Williams said...

These are really cute, especially for the Easter season. My nephew loves pretzels and M&Ms – I wonder how he would feel about these!

Megan McCoig said...

Ah these look lovely. I usually have savoury pretzels! Will have to try these :-)

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

I can't believe how easy these are to make. They not only look really pretty and festive, but they are also great for serving to the kids when they are gathered for events.

Eileen Kelly said...

This is such a fun snack. I made these over the Easter weekend with my youngest and my niece - we had so much fun and the girls loved them. They made for our Easter brunch

 
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