13 December 2013

Pretzel Stick Snowmen #DIY #RECIPE



Ingredients:
·         Large pretzel logs
·         White chocolate candy melt
·         Gummy Life Saver candy
·         Gum drops
·         Fruit leather (cut into ¼” – ½” strips)
·         Black decorating gel

·         Orange sprinkles

Begin by preparing the gummy top hats. Carefully stretch the gummy Life Saver over the rounded end of the gum drop.  Pull it far enough up that it will not slip off but leave a generous amount of gum drop exposed.



Heat candy melt in microwave for approximately 45 seconds, stir until smooth.  Carefully spoon the candy melt over ½ of each pretzel.  Add gummy hat and the orange sprinkle for the nose while the candy melt is still soft and this will set them in place. 



After all hats and noses are attached and candy melt has begun to harden, add the fruit leather scarf.  Wrap the strip around the pretzel from the back and twist towards one side of the front to secure it.

Using the black decorating gel, carefully dot 2 eyes, and several dots for mouth and buttons down the front of the body. 


41 comments:

  1. My grandkids love pretzels with melted chocolate. This is not only a kid pleaser, it's a mom pleaser as well. So cute!

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  2. Those look adorable, and so easy the kids can help me this weekend!

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  3. these are adorable! this is the first time i have seen these and they are so cute!

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  4. Those are really cute snowmen! You have quite the talent.

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  5. This is fabulous! I have not seen them before. I will be going to a holiday gathering tomorrow night and was needing a good idea of something to bring. Thank you!

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  6. We have leftover candy from gingerbread houses so these are on our weekend fun list!

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  7. These are just the cutest. I so gotta try these with the Grandsons. My 2 year old Grandson absolutely loves Pretzels and I know he would really enjoy these!

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  8. These are just the neatest idea to try with pretzels. So gotta try them with the Grandsons!

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  9. Yummm! Can't wait to make my own!

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  10. Yumm!! Can't wait to make some now!

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  11. This is the cute idea I have ever seen. Snowmen Pretzels the Nieces and Nephews would just love. Your very crafty with the Gel. Mine would look like the abominable snowman lol.

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  12. How cute! What a great idea!

    ~Angie~

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  13. I'm not much for the candy, but I do love chocolate covered/dipped pretzels- and these are so cute!

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  14. I love dipped pretzels and these are SOOOO cute!! I think I will have my daycare kiddos make these this week!!

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  15. Those looks so cute! Fun to make with the grand kids. Thanks.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  16. These are so cute, I think I might make them for my daughters kindergarten class. Thanks for the post!

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  17. I am going to try making these for out Christmas Eve Get together

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  18. That is the coolest Christmas idea I think I have seen, great job!

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  19. This is a great idea!! Thank you for the step by step! Gonna make these with my son this year! Winter break starts friday and this will be perfect for that!!

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  20. He's salty, he's sweet, and pretty cute to boot. I had never seen or heard of decorating gel, so now I will be on a mission to find some. These would be really unique to add to a present. I could see wrapping each one in cellophane and tying them to the top with ribbon. I think people appreciate handmade gifts, and you know this is something they probably have not seen before. Like their most famous brother, Frosty, these little guys will disappear quickly.

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  21. Theseare simply adorable. My Grandchildren would just flip making these for the Family. Thank you so much for the instructions and recipe!

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  22. Genius! This is so cute! My son usually hates just the plain pretzels. he wouldn't eat them unless there covered in chocolate or something. might try this soon and see if he likes them! Thanks!!

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  23. These are SO cute!! I've been scouring the internet for cool christmas goody ideas. thank you!!

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  24. I will love making these with my granddaughters!

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  25. These are really cute and look easy to make. I know my grandkids would love to make them, thanks.

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  26. These are the cutest things. I can't wait to share this with my daughter. The grandkids would love them. Thanks for sharing
    Happy Holidays.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com.

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  27. This is a cute winter snack idea! Thanks!

    Bret

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  28. These are Adorable! Going to make them with my grandchildren! They will have so much fun making them as they will eating them! Thanks for this. :)

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  29. These are so cute. My kids would have a great time making these.

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  30. These are so cute.This is the cute idea I have ever seen

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  31. I love this idea! These little snow man pretzels are absolutely adorable! <3

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  32. These look so cute and would be super fun to make with kids.

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  33. I must have missed these before Christmas. They are so cute and would be great for the kids as gifts or party snacks. Thanks so much for the details on how I can make them.

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  34. These are so cute. A fun way for kids to be creative and help out.

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  35. THESE ARE VERY CUTE FOR KIDS..............

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  36. I love these pretzel snowmen. They are so creative and kids can help make them. I shall have to try them soon or add them to Christmas baking for next year.

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  37. those are really cute,and i'm not waiting til christmas to make them...lol

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  38. Those are so cute. Almost too cute to eat. I love it, a sweet treat that isn't all candy.

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