Welcome to the 12 Days of Christmas {Treats}!
I love cookies that are sweet and salty. Pretzels, peanut butter, and chocolate? Oh yeah!!
12 Days of Christmas {Treats}::A Camera & A CookbookLysha @ a Camera & a Cookbook shares 12 delightful Christmas treat recipes for this holiday season. Today she is sharing Pretzel Square Bites.Servings: 30ish?
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cooking Time: 0 minutes

Ingredients:
1/2 package of almond chocolate bark
1/2 package of almond white chocolate bark
1 bag of waffle pretzels
1/2 jar of peanut butter

Pretzel_Square_Bites2Directions:
1. Spread peanut butter on the waffle pretzel, but be careful not to let it press through the holes. Place another waffle on top of peanut butter to make a sandwich. Repeat that until all pretzels are used.
2. In 2 sauce pans, melt each type of chocolate separately on low heat. When you have melted the chocolate to desired consistency, start dipping each sandwich into the chocolate. You can do some in the regular chocolate and some in the white chocolate.
[Hint] If you need to make the chocolate runnier, stir in some crisco.
3. After you dip all the crackers, you can take the opposite type of chocolate and drizzle it over for decoration.
4. Allow them to harden on wax paper.

Pretzel Square Bites
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 30
Ingredients
  • ½ package of almond chocolate bark
  • ½ package of almond white chocolate bark
  • 1 bag of waffle pretzels
  • ½ jar of peanut butter
Instructions
  1. Spread peanut butter on the waffle pretzel, but be careful not to let it press through the holes. Place another waffle on top of peanut butter to make a sandwich. Repeat that until all pretzels are used.
  2. In 2 sauce pans, melt each type of chocolate separately on low heat. When you have melted the chocolate to desired consistency, start dipping each sandwich into the chocolate. You can do some in the regular chocolate and some in the white chocolate.
  3. [Hint] If you need to make the chocolate runnier, stir in some crisco.
  4. After you dip all the crackers, you can take the opposite type of chocolate and drizzle it over for decoration.
  5. Allow them to harden on wax paper.

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