Monster Bites are cute Monster Candy Pretzels perfect for Halloween or a monster party. Print the free printable Monster Bites labels for a cute treat!
Monster Candy Pretzels – No-Bake Halloween Monster Bites
Monster Bites Candy Pretzels are adorable and the perfect treat for Halloween!
Can you believe it’s already October? We’re finally getting some cooler weather here in Texas and having so much fun getting ready for Halloween, especially after seeing these cute Monster Candy Pretzels!
Halloween treats are some of my favorite things. I’m excited to introduce you to Pamela, a regular contributor here at Living Locurto. I’m happy she is back to collaborate with me on some fun party ideas for y’all this fall. We have some super cute party treats and printables coming your way.
First on the list are these adorable and easy to make Halloween Monster Candy Pretzels aka, “MONSTER BITES“.
Cute Halloween Monster Candy Pretzels
Aren’t these candy pretzels hilarious? What a fun Halloween treat to make with the kids. I know my kids would have a ball making these funny Monster Candy Pretzels and handing them out to friends.
With the free printable party favor tags, these Halloween Monster Candy Pretzels would be great for school party favors or a monster themed birthday party!
Enjoy the step-by-step instructions for making Monster Bites. I hope you enjoy their fun food creation and cute free printable party favor tags! I can’t wait to make them this Halloween.
Today we are sharing a fun, Halloween inspired treat that kids will love. Plus, we have a FREE, themed bag topper that you can print at home. Hand these treats out to party guests or trick-or-treaters and you’re sure to scare up a good time.
More fun Halloween Desserts
- Halloween Chocolate Cupcakes with a Surprise Inside
- Brain Cupcakes In a Jar
- Mickey Mouse Halloween Cookies
- Halloween Toffee Treats
How to make Monster Candy Pretzels
Here is what you will need:
- Square pretzels
- Chocolate candy melts (in a variety of colors)
- Edible candy eyeballs
- Milk chocolate gems
- Cashews (optional)
- Parchment paper
- Cookie sheet
Lay out a sheet of parchment onto a cookie tray. Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
Place pretzels on lined cookie sheets and add a candy melt to the top of each pretzel.
Bake for 5 minutes or until candy is softened but, not completely liquid.
While chocolate is soft, take a fork and pull chocolate away from the center to look like the “fur” on a monster.
Decorate! Add edible eyes, candies or nuts to create a fun monster face.
Let decorated pretzels harden in a cool place. To keep them fresh longer, store in an airtight container.
Free Printable Monster Bites Labels
Want to create fun treat bags? Download the FREE “Monster Bites” bag topper file and print it either at home or at a print center. Cut around the black border and fold the topper in half. Fill a plastic sandwich bag with your finished monster pretzels, seal the bag and with double sided tape, attach the topper.
CLICK HERE –> TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE PRINTABLE MONSTER BITES TAGS
(For personal use only )
These treat bags are perfect for Halloween or monster themed birthday parties. Happy Halloween!
Monster Candy Pretzels
- 24 Square pretzels
- 24 Chocolate candy melts in a variety of colors
- ½ cup Edible candy eyeballs
- ½ cup M&M's candy
- ½ cup Cashews optional
- Preheat oven to 200 degrees and place a sheet of parchment onto a cookie tray.
- Place pretzels on lined cookie sheets and add a candy melt to the top of each pretzel.
- Bake for 5 minutes or until candy is softened but, not completely liquid.
- While chocolate is soft, take a fork and pull chocolate away from the center to look like the “fur” on a monster.
- Decorate by adding edible eyes, candies or nuts to create a fun monster face.
- Let decorated pretzels harden in a cool place. To keep them fresh longer, store in an airtight container.
Originally published on October 3, 2016
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Originally published on October 15, 2020. Last Updated on October 15, 2020 by Amy Locurto