So these were the pretzels I did for Halloween. There are three different kinds because I have three children in different grades. This was very easy to do; buy the Candy Coating Chocolate from Kroger’s or the store of your choice. Follow the directions on the package to melt and then dip your pretzels in the chocolate to cover them. I used a rubber spatula to help cover the pretzels with the chocolate. I did about 5 to 7 at a time so I could add the sprinkles before the chocolate starts to harden. Put wax paper on a cookie sheet or a flat tray and put the chocolate covered sprinkled pretzels in the fridge for about 10 minutes; this will help the chocolate harden faster. The pretzels were a hit and the children loved them.
Kitty litter brownies were a hit at my sisters fall party. Make your brownies by the directions on the box, heat some chocolate up and spread on the top of your brownies. Crunch up some Graham Crackers in a bag and sprinkle it on top of the chocolate, then add the rest of the chocolate as poop. You can add some graham crackers on top of the poop to make it look like real kitty litter, this was fun! What have you made for Halloween that you can share.
This is a St. Patrick’s Day treat I made for my son’s class. Dip Oreo cookies in chocolate about half way then put them on wax paper to cool a little. Sprinkle or dip chocolate covered Oreo cookies in green sugar sprinkles. Put back on wax paper and stick them in the fridge to cool for a couple hours. Package them up in little snack bags or get a little fancy and use St. Patrick Day bags. Now that is a cute, quick treat for the class to enjoy.