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Mint S'more Pretzel Bites

By: Michelle Verkade from
Mint S'more Pretzel Bites
Mint Smore Pretzel Bites

"These easy mint pretzel s’mores bites are such a fun St. Patrick's Day dessert! A gooey marshmallow is sandwiched between two pretzels and a piece of mint chocolate. To make these mint s’mores bites even more decadent, they are dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with crushed peppermints! This is such an easy dessert that you can make a large batch in one setting! The combination of sweet and salty mixed with mint is unbeatable and so festive for St. Patty's!"

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If I understand the recipe right, you put chocolate in the recipe three times? Once in the beginning before the oven, on top after the oven. Finally, a third time when you coat the half of the pretzel, right? I think your recipe sounds so yummy, but I have to say I have never thought of using peppermint as an accent. I do like the combination with the saltiness of the pretzel.


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