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Dear Pinterest, I'd like to thank you for helping me discover a new passion: turning scary monsters into cute snacks. I never thought I'd be the one making little Frankenstein pretzel squares, yet here I am. Meticulously placing chocolate sprinkles to mimic Frankenstein's hair.
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Maybe you don't think you're the crafty type, but I assure you this can change around Halloween. The party snack potential is just too fun to pass up. Hocus Pocus Jell-O shots? Ghost pizza bagels? THESE FRANKENSTEIN PRETZELS!? Just you wait and see.
Full disclaimer: They take a little bit of time and patience to make. But if little hyper helpers (ages 7 to 10) can make them (they can!), you can too. First, we filled two pretzels squares with peanut butter to make little sandwiches. Then we dunked them in melted white chocolate — which we had dyed green. Next came the chocolate sprinkle hair and the candy eyes. We drew on the mouth with melted chocolate, and for the ears, we used tiny little pretzel rod pieces.
Each little green monster is a work of art. So have fun with it! If you feel like the green guy is angry, give him a squiggly mouth. If he's scared, pipe a little "o." You're the mad scientist here.
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