So guess what??? I made more pretzel snacks. Don't groan, I know I make them all the time, but these are different. They are super hero themed! Specifically Superman and Wonder Woman.
They make me smile!
I always use Snyder's Pretzel Squares as the base and then add the sweet stuff on top. Add chocolate/candy wafers to a zip lock bag and melt in microwave. I do it in 20 second intervals until nice and melty. Then snip an end of the zip lock and "pipe" the superhero design onto wax or parchment paper. I flipped them over and used the flat side as the topper so if you want to do that, make sure you reverse your image for the superman logo. (If you forget, like I did here for these superhero cupcakes, you can still use it, but the top will just be more bumpy then flat).
One the topper is hardened, add more candy melt or chocolate to the top of the pretzel and then add your candy topper while it's still wet. Use anything you like, then just wait 'til it's hardened.
Pretzel snacks are really really (really) easy to make and prep. I've made them a bunch of times, especially to bring over for parties since most people (young and not so young) love sweet and salty. They are great finger foods and also super portable. Here are some I've made already:
- Snowflake pretzel snacks to go along with some Disney Frozen movie cupcakes
- Pretzel snacks in football team colors for a Super Bowl party
- Gold and chocolate pretzel snacks for an all gold dessert display (coming soon!)
- Flag pretzel snacks for Memorial Day
- Minions from the Despicable Me movies
- Christmas Ornament cookie and pretzel snacks from this past holiday season
You can also wrap them up for gifts, party favors, teacher gifts, or they would even make easy and fun valentines. Or you can color coordinate for wedding and baby showers. Add a free printable from off the inter web and you're all set! My 6 year old wants The Flash as his next birthday cake, and I'm thinking Flash pretzel snacks would be cute goodie bag treats! (I'll spare you all another pretzel snack post - but I'm sure you may see it over on Instagram!)