Monday, March 9, 2015

Candy Pretzel Bites

Candy Pretzel Bites

This is my easiest dessert recipe yet! I even debated writing a post about it, because it’s so simple. But I figured—even though I had seen these at many parties—this was my first time making them, so it might be YOUR first time attempting them as well :)

They are super delicious (as are anything that combines chocolate and pretzels)! You can choose to use Hershey Kisses or Rolos as variations of this recipe—but Candy Melts are super easy to work with. Plus, you can choose any color Candy Melt you want for a themed party or holiday. And then you can choose the color of M&M as well to make them all uniform!

Candy Pretzel Bites


1 bag Candy Melts
Square pretzels

(I didn’t count how many candy pretzel bites I made with one bag of Candy Melts, but they covered two baking trays, so it was a lot!)


Preheat the oven to 200 degrees.

Place a Candy Melt on every pretzel. Put them in the oven for 5 minutes, or until the Candy Melt is glossy and soft.

Then top with an M&M!

See? So easy!


And. . . They could look like eggs, right?? As in, Green Eggs and Ham :)

Candy Pretzel Bites
Candy Pretzel Bites

Here’s the Instagram photo I posted of our Day 4 of Seuss week with candy pretzel bites and rhyming words from the book :)

Candy Pretzel Bites

Happy Monday!


  1. I made these for Nash's party for the party favors. (Which I still need to blog about his party.....oops!) I just used candy eyeballs instead of M&m's so they were little monsters. They turned out soooooo cute!!!

  2. Darling! Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

  3. this is the cutest idea ever!!!!!!


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