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VALENTINE PRETZEL BITES

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I went back again with another delicious! Smooth Valentine’s Day bites! Small twisted pastries and heart-shaped candy create a heart-shaped illusion when you add some melted candy in pleasant, fun colors!

I may be a little obsessed with this enjoyment. To be honest, it is very good and doesn’t need almost anything, so it gets hit easily in a short time, but they’re nice to steer! Fill them with glass bottles, cute candy bags or fun little bowls, perfect gifts! The key to someone’s heart is through salted bites Valentine’s Day 😉

I am really simple, just melt the candy on the pretzel. If you want more looks, you can follow the packing instructions to melt candy in a bowl and then fill it with miracles to make your heart shape stand out more. Either way, it’s just delicious!

This is very simple. Preheat the oven to 200F and put the pastry into the biscuit pies. Put the candy on top of each salted and thawed candy, then bake it for 7-8 minutes to melt the candy, but do not press the whole place. Gently press with heart-shaped candy or melt all melted candy. Leave it on the table or in the refrigerator until the dessert melts and hardens again.

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VALENTINE PRETZEL BITES


  • Author: admin
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 8 minutes
  • Total Time: 18 minutes

Description

I went back again with another delicious! Smooth Valentine’s Day bites! Small twisted pastries and heart-shaped candy create a heart-shaped illusion when you add some melted candy in pleasant, fun colors!


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Ingredients

  • 24 each Mini-pretzel Twists
  • 24 each Heart candy or baking confections
  • 24 each Wilton Candy Melts, Pink, red or white

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 200 degrees F
  • Line a baking sheet with pretzel twists in a single layer
  • Top with a candy melt
  • Bake for 7-8 minutes
  • Remove from oven and press heart candy or confection into melted candy melt.

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