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{bunny pretzels | you’ve been egged}

These bunny pretzels are the perfect little festive Easter snack!

WARNING: bunny pretzels are HIGHLY addicting. Keep out of hands reach of children, and yourself!

Another fun treat for kiddos to help out with in the kitchen.

I got so many messages about egging. The Easter kind of egging. Real eggs are straight up gold right now. Kinda like toilet paper. You’re not going to see me egging or toilet papering anyone, anytime soon.

Speaking of toilet paper – I’ve yet to purchase a single roll since this all went down. What in the actual fuck?

So here’s what you do.

• Print out the “you’ve been egged” printable below.

• Fill some plastic eggs with candy or tchotchkes.

• Sneak over to a friends house to “egg” beware that everyone has a RING now so it’s not so secret these days.

It’s very inexpensive and not very time consuming…considering we’ve got all the time in the day now. To put a smile on kids faces.

The kids who could be struggling right now with no school. Homeschooling. No sports. No friends. No nothing.

Anyway, it’s the little things ❤️

Okay and here’s the recipe or more like a DIY….

{bunny pretzels}

  • Servings: 10-12
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Print

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Pretzel snaps (square pretzels)
  • White baking chips
  • Easter M&M’s (pastel colors)

Here’s what you’ll do:

Line up pretzels in a single layer on a baking sheet or drying rack.

Group M&M’s by color in piles. I like to gather them in groups of two.

Using a shape knife, cut M&M’s in half. To speed up the process, group together by color: 1 full M&M and 2 halves of M&M. (does that make sense?)

Melt white chocolates according to package directions.

When ready to assemble:

Using a spoon, dollop a small amount of white chocolate in the center of pretzel.

Place 1 whole M&M in the center. Place 2 halved M&M’s (same color) on to to form ears.

Repeat 1867 times.

Allow white chocolate to set. Then you can gather them into cute little bags to hand out. Or hoard them for your quarantine snacks and polish them off in 1 sitting. You do you!

Remember, you can now print the recipe. “Pin” to your Pinterest board for safe keeping. If you decide to give it a shot, pretty please – tag me. Text me. I can’t wait to hear what you think!! 100% makes my day ♥

xoxo stacyb

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