Pretzel Snowmen

Pretzel Snowmen

 Pretzel-Snowmen

These Pretzel Snowmen are the perfect addition to any holiday celebration. They are easy to make, affordable and a great kid friendly recipe to help get the kids involved in the kitchen. I love that they are adorable, cheap and of course kids love them. Do you want to build a snowman??

Whip up a batch of these adorable Pretzel Snowmen today! 

Ingredients


Pretzel Rings

Candy Melts

Mini Chocolate Chips

Candy Corn

Fruit Leather

 

Instructions

Melt Candy Melts according to package directions and add to a small squeeze bottle.

 

Line a sheet pan with wax or parchment paper. Place a dime sized round of candy melt down on the paper.

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Lay two pretzel rings flat touching together on top of the dime sized spot. Fill in each ring with Candy Melt plus a small amount along the seam of where the pretzels are touching to hold them together.

Pretzel Snowmen

Add 2 Mini Chocolate chips for eyes in the top ring and 3 in the bottom ring for buttons.

Cut the orange part off of the candy corn, and cut that into nose size pieces, place on the top ring for the nose.

Pretzel Snowmen

Finish the remaining snowmen and let the melts set.

In a small bowl melt a few tablespoons of chocolate chips and add to a small squeeze bottle. (I washed out the bottle I just used and then added a couple of spoonful of the chocolate straight into the nozzle top of the bottle).

Pretzel Snowmen

Carefully squeeze out a small amount of chocolate and draw the smiles on the faces. Allow to set.

Cut the fruit leather into ¼ strips. Wrap around the middle of the two pretzels to make the scarf. Be careful when moving after adding the scarf, the fruit leather can stick and decapitation is much easier than you would think.

Pretzel Snowmen

Serve or store in an airtight container.

Pretzel Snowmen

Ingredients

  • Pretzel Snowmen
  • Ingredients
  • Pretzel Rings
  • Candy Melts
  • Mini Chocolate Chips
  • Candy Corn
  • Fruit Leather

Instructions

  • Instructions
  • Melt Candy Melts according to package directions and add to a small squeeze bottle.
  • Line a sheet pan with wax or parchment paper. Place a dime sized round of candy melt down on the paper.
  • Lay two pretzel rings flat touching together on top of the dime sized spot. Fill in each ring with Candy Melt plus a small amount along the seam of where the pretzels are touching to hold them together.
  • Add 2 Mini Chocolate chips for eyes in the top ring and 3 in the bottom ring for buttons.
  • Cut the orange part off of the candy corn, and cut that into nose size pieces, place on the top ring for the nose.
  • Finish the remaining snowmen and let the melts set.
  • In a small bowl melt a few tablespoons of chocolate chips and add to a small squeeze bottle. (I washed out the bottle I just used and then added a couple of spoonful of the chocolate straight into the nozzle top of the bottle).
  • Carefully squeeze out a small amount of chocolate and draw the smiles on the faces. Allow to set.
  • Cut the fruit leather into ¼ strips. Wrap around the middle of the two pretzels to make the scarf. Be careful when moving after adding the scarf, the fruit leather can stick and decapitation is much easier than you would think.
  • Serve or store in an airtight container.
 
After publishing this adorable snowmen it has been brought to my attention that someone else had this cute idea  check out the differences. 

 

Heidi

Money saving Mom/Grandmother of 1, who loves to travel, cook, and of course spend time with family. Fun.Travel.Food not necessarily in that order serving Missouri and beyond!

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Linda at Mixed Kreations

Very clever idea, and so adorable! Make a great treat at a school Christmas party.

Catherine

These are so cute and easy enough to make! My 10 year old is always looking for fun projects to do in the kitchen. Now I can hand this over to him and he will have a blast one afternoon coming up. Thank you so much for this! 🙂

Chelc | Inside the Fox Den

These are so fun! Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday, hope to see you again next week!

Krista

These are adorable! We have a cookie baking/decorating party every December. I can’t wait to try these!

Dija

These caught my eye right away at the SITS girls link up! They are super adorable and look easy enough for my non baking self to make! I never thought a recipe could brighten my day but it did! Great job!

Jaren (Diary of a Recipe Collector)

Thanks for linking up with SNF! Pinned to our party board!

Jaren (Diary of a Recipe Collector)

Oh my goodness! These are adorable!

Heather @ My Sweet Mission

These are just too CUTE Heidi! I saw your adorable pretzel snowmen over at Show Me Saturdays and had to check them out!

Thanks for sharing and hope you have a sweet weekend.
Heather

Emily @ Table + Hearth

Cute cute cute!! Thanks for linking them up at Talented Tuesday this week!!

srs

Funny how you deleted my previous comment. You are marketing this idea as your own! GIVE CREDIT to Beth, come on! There is NO SHAME is saying you were “inspired by” someone GEEEEZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ! FRAUD

Cecilia MyThriftStoreAddiction

Hi there, I hopped over from Making Monday! Your pretzel snowman are absolutely adorable! Blessings, Cecilia

Jhem Arzaga

Wow, so cute! The snowmen reminds me of Olaf, but the nose is the only different because it’s candy corn not carrots haha..
Kids will love it for sure!

Carrie @ Kenarry: Ideas for the Home

Oh Heidi, these are SO cute! I would LOVE for you to come link them up with us at Think and Make Thursday. The party opens at 6 AM ET every Thursday morning

Audrey

Adorable! Wish I saved some candy corn, but I am sure I can find a substitute.

Lisa @ Drugstore Divas

You can use orange candy covered sunflower seeds. Amazon sells them here: http://ow.ly/FgOGh

Emily

These are so cute and perfect for neighbor gifts etc.!

Karly

So adorable! My kids would love these! Thanks for linking up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!

Lou Lou Girls

So cute! Pinned and tweeted. Lou Lou Girls

Lindsay Eidahl

ADORABLE! Thank you for sharing on Show Me Saturday! Pinning!

Sarah @ Sarah's Kitchen

Oh they’re so adorable! Great idea!

Cathy

These snowmen are super cute! So creative and fun to eat! Saying hello from pinworthy projects! 🙂
Cathy

Leah

That is the cutest idea! Thanks for sharing!

Kim @ The Baking ChocolaTess

This sure look festive for the holidays! Great idea! Stopping by from Pin it Thursdays!

Joanne/WineLady Cooks

This is so adorable and very easy to make with the kids. Thank you so much for sharing this with Foodie Friends Friday party this week. Will pin/share this weekend.

We look forward to seeing you again soon.

A FFF co-host.
Joanne

Michelle

Saw these at Creative Muster. So stinkin’ adorable. Pinning!

Melissa

Love, Love this! ~ Melissa

Audra @ Renewed Projects

These are too cute! My kids would sing Do You Wanna Build A Snowman? while making these.

Hi Heidi! These snowmen treats are so adorable and look so yummy! My kiddos will love these fun Christmas treats! Thank you for sharing! PINNED!

Lori Hart

How adorable!! Found your recipe at the Two Cup Tuesday Link Party. I am one of the hostesses of Tickle My Tastebuds and would love you to stop by and link up this recipe if you have not yet already.

Lori

That is so cute and so easy! What a perfect snack activity for my kids when they are home for several days during this holiday.

Donna Hup

These are adorable! Love it!

These look so cute! My girls would love to help me make these. Thanks for sharing.

[email protected] Freshman Cook

So, so cute, and very clever! I would love if you would share this at my blog party, Celebrate It!It is all about celebrating our everyday wonderful lives! http://thefreshmancook.blogspot.com/2014/11/celebrate-it-blog-party-18.html