There are few better combinations than salty and sweet! My children and I wanted to make some festive fall treats. We decided to go with some treats that are so easy to make, your little ones can be a huge part of the process.
Pre-heat the oven to 170 degrees F. Place the pretzels on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Be sure to line it with parchment paper or silpat because when the chocolate melts slightly, it will stick.
Place the candy corn on top of the hug chocolate, and gently press it in. If the chocolate seems a little too melted, then immediatly put the tray into the freezer for about five minutes. Take the tray out of the freezer, then try to place the candy corn into the chocolate hug.
By Caroline of Armelle Blog
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