Fall is just around the corner and what better way to start then with these “Chocolate Candyfetti Caramel Pretzel” treats! If you guys have yet to try Candyfetti or know of Sweetsindeed head on over right NOW you will thank me! These treats are not only tasty but easy to make and even quicker to
eat. I’m sure you have seen these before but I added a few special twists of my own. These are definitely sweet but they also have that salty flavor which I love! My plan is to give these out to all the teachers as a fall harvest treat. I also wanted to have an adorable treat bag to go along side these yummy Chocolate Candyfetti Caramel Pretzels. You can use any chocolate flavor and or any color combo you wish.
These lasted about an hour at my house! You may say I had to sample a few too many.
- Semi Sweet Chocolate Morsels
- Hershey Kisses – Caramel Ones
- Round Pretzels
- Candyfetti – (Sweetsindeed)
- Microwave Safe Bowls
- Parchment Paper
- Piping bags
Start by placing your round pretzels on your parchment paper leaving space between each one. Unwrap your caramel Hershey kisses and begin placing them in the middle of each pretzel.
Place your pretzels in the oven at 250 until softened and slightly melted. Mine took about 7-9 minutes. When you remove them from the oven set on a cooling rack for at lest 10 minutes before adding your chocolate.
Once you have done that start melting your chocolate chips in the microwave. I started with 30 second increments checking in between each set to ensure the desired consisteney. Make sure that you mix your chocolate well.
Fill your piping bag with your melted chocolate and begin drizzling it over your pretzel and Hershey treat.
Make sure to sprinkle your Candyfetti or sprinkle of choice over your your treat before they dry to ensure they stick to your chocolate. Then allow for the treats to harden for about five minutes and place them in the fridge for about 10 minutes.
As soon as they harden I placed them in an air tight container till it was time to eat or gift them.
Treat Bag Directions:
Fill each clear treat bag with your goodies.
Once you have done that grab your wooden leaves and you have the option to get a little creative and have some fun. You can paint your wooden leaves in different colors or you can do a water color effect on them and then string them or pin them to each individual bag.
Then place them into each one of your burlap bags.
Now you can add a hang tag and you are all set to start handing out your treats.
What was one of your favorite childhood fall treats?