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Mar 24 2016

Yummy Easter Bunny Pretzel Recipe

Easter Bunny Pretzel image

A few years back, I was searching the internet for some fun and yummy Easter Treats that I could serve to my family and friends that were arriving for an awesome Easter celebration. I wanted the snacks to be themed and cute. I came across this beauty on orientaltrading.com‘s Free and Fun site. Not only were they small and perfect bite sized treats, but they were delicious as well. Everyone loved them so much that they have now become a standard treat. I even like to place a small bunch in baggies and give them as Easter Gifts.

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The Easter Bunny Pretzels are pretty easy to make. There is no baking involved and the only “cooking” (if you want to call it that) is the heating of the White Chocolate Almond Bark to dip the pretzels in. It can be a hot mess if one is not careful (experience talking here), but if you use tongs to dip the pretzels, you wont have to big of a problem. The kids in the family can also help to form the Easter Bunnies by placing the decorations on the Pretzels. Be sure to supervise because the Chocolate will still be warm if not hot.

Grab the recipe below and check out more easter recipes and ideas at orientaltrading.com’s Free and Fun Site.

Easter Bunny Pretzels (from orientaltrading.com)

Ingredients

  • White Jordan Almonds
  • White Chocolate Almond Bark
  • Mini Twist Pretzels
  • Pink Confetti Sprinkles
  • Mini Chocolate Chips

Photo and recipe from orientaltrading.com
Directions

  1. Melt the white chocolate almond bark according to the directions on the package.
  2. Dip each mini twist pretzel into the melted almond bark to coat. Place on waxed paper.
  3. Place two white Jordan almonds into the pretzel to form the ears
  4. Place the mini chocolate chips and pink confetti sprinkle onto the dipped pretzels to create the eyes and nose. Allow time for the almond bark to set and enjoy

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