Halloween is getting closer by the day! Since I take it very seriously that it is my moral obligation to get you as ready for this incredible holiday, there is no need to wait. What I love about my pretzel creations (check out my Dark Chocolate Pretzel Screams or even Easter Bunny Pretzel Bites) is that they are incredibly simple to make but are beyond fun to create/eat. The only thing these Mummy Pretzel Bites need ahead of time are a batch of Monster Googly Eyes.
If you will humor me for the moment, might I suggest that when you are making your googly eyes, you separate them into three different bowls. This way, you can make 1 small batch of the original white eyes; 1 small batch of the green; and 1 small batch yellow. Now you have so many options to slap these babies onto as many items as possible. Think your little ones’ lunchboxes and how many fun ideas you can easily make just by putting edible googly eyes onto it. I’m telling you, googly eyes make everything cuter and more fun!
Check out these easy directions on how to make Mummy Pretzel Bites:Print
Mummy Pretzel Bites
- Prep Time: 15 mins
- Total Time: 15 mins
- 1 c. nondairy white chocolate, melted
- gluten free pretzels
- monster googly eyes
- Line a baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper.
- Dip each pretzel into the melted chocolate and then place on the baking sheet.
- Immediately set 2 googly eyes onto the pretzel and allow to set either by placing into the freezer for 10 minutes or keep in a dry spot in your kitchen until set.
Are you a Halloween lover just like me? Check out some of my ultimate favorites over the years:
Green Monster Rice Cereal Treats
Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram to check out all of my fun googly eye creations too! There is a party going on over there that you do not want to miss…
These are tooooo cute!! I’m making these + your monster bark for a vegan bakesale this weekend. 😀
I don’t have any cornsyrup on hand but the internet tells me I can use “1 1/4 cups granulated sugar dissolved in 1/4 cup hot water” for 1 cup of light corn syrup – do you think this will hold up okay?? I’ll go get the cornsyrup if you think it’s absolutely necessary… just want to save myself a trip to the store! 😉 haha
Eek, I’m just now seeing this! Did you use the corn syrup sub? It should have worked just fine!
These are looking cutie. Its more fun than cooking. I don’t like cooking very much but I am going to try this.
Amanda - Create N Plate
How cute!! Love this idea!
Nora (A Clean Bake)
These are too cute! I always love seeing what you come up with. You’re so creative!