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Snowman Pretzel Rod Snacks

Snowman Pretzel Rod Snacks

Well we've had a great few weeks bring you lots of Christmas Tree themed crafts.... 

Which one has been your favourite? I've had lots of lovely messages about them and it's been great seeing photos from Christmas crafts and activities you have been doing too! It does melt my heart when you have been inspired by our crafts. Please keep them coming! Lets just recap the last handful of crafts we've been sharing with you, before I share today's Snowman Snack with you.....

Christmas Crafts and Activities for Preschool   Christmas Crafts and Activities for Preschool   Christmas Crafts and Activities for Preschool

Christmas Crafts and Activities for Preschool   Christmas Crafts and Activities for Preschool   Christmas Crafts and Activities for Preschool

Today I want to share with you a super cute Snowman snack that children (and the grown ups) will love during the cooler months! Many of us have had snow already. We haven't sadly, but the weather is predicted to take a turn for a cool snap. Whether you have had snow or not, these super cute Snowman Pretzel rods are a great way to fill a hole.

Snowman Pretzel Rod Snacks

You will need:
Wilton White Candy Melts (2 Cups)
Wilton Snowman Icing Decorations
Green Celebration Candy Pearls
White Nonpareil Sprinkles
Parchment Paper
Tall Glass
Microwave Safe Bowl

Snowman Pretzel Rod Snacks

Take your small microwave safe bowl and pour inside your white candy melts. Melt your white candy melts on 50% power for 3 to 4 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds until melted. Melts can burn easily in the microwave so reducing the power and keeping a close eye, opening the microwave and stirring is important. You could always look at melting them on the hob too on a low heat with the bowl bobbing in hot water in a saucepan. 

Snowman Pretzel Rod Snacks

Pour your white chocolate into a tall glass. Dip each pretzel rod into the tall glass and place the white chocolate covered pretzel rods onto a piece of parchment paper. Children will love helping with this task. 

Snowman Pretzel Rod Snacks

Press a snowman icing decoration onto the top of each white chocolate covered pretzel rod.
Carefully place three green celebration pearls vertically under the snowman's head.
Top your white chocolate up with your white nonpareil sprinkles and let your snowman harden for about 30 minutes.

Snowman Pretzel Rod Snacks

Have you made any themed snacks? Would love to see your photos, so do get in touch with us!

Have you joined our Learning Through Play GROUP yet? Its the place you can be inspired by other like minded people and share your photos to inspire too! We have everything being shared from Outdoor Areas, Tuff Trays, Dens, Literacy set ups, Funky Fingers and endless crafts!
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Snowman Pretzel Rod Snacks

I couldn't possibly share with you a snowman post without sharing some of our most popular Snowman Crafts could I? Not only are you loving them right now.... some have featured in our top 5 of our most popular posts all year round!

Snowman Crafts for Kids    Snowman Crafts for Kids     Snowman Crafts for Kids

Snowman Crafts for Kids

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