Eggs & Toast Pretzel Bites

Do you ever have one of those moments when you think you might have gone crazy?  No?  Just me?  Well I had one when I dreamt about these Eggs & Toast Pretzel Bites.  Seriously…I had a dream about them!  Crazy right?  I shared before my Shamrock Pretzel Bites and they are a huge hit. Not only are they super cute and festive but they taste delicious!  Sweet and salty all rolled up into a fun little bite sized treat!

Eggs & Toast Pretzel Bites! A fun play on the sweet and salty mix!

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So when I dreamt about these I thought…why  not?  They are super cute too and you could substitute the square pretzels and use the pretzel sticks and make “Eggs & Bacon” Pretzel Bites!  Cute right?


Since I am always a day late and a dollar short…You could also substitute the yellow yolks for green yolks and make GREEN EGGS & HAM pretzel bites!  Seriously…I can’t stop myself!

Green Eggs & Ham Pretzel Bites at thatswhatchesaid.com

I used Wilton Candy Melts for these in place of the Hershey Kisses from the Shamrock Bites.  So I did not have to bake them as long because they are a bit smaller in size.  They melted faster!

Eggs & Toast Pretzel Bites! So delicious and super fun!

Don’t forget to head over to the Shamrock Pretzel Bites post!  You can pin them so you’ll remember next St. Patrick’s day (if you are anything like me you will need to have pinned it somewhere to remember! – ha!)
 
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And not to forget about some Sweetheart Pretzel Bites!
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How to make your own Eggs & Toast Pretzel Bites:

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“Eggs & Toast” Pretzel Bites
A fun little sweet & salty treat that represents an American staple breakfast!
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 24 bites
Prep Time 5 minutes Total Time 10 minutes Servings 24 bites
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Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven to 200 degrees F
  2. Place your pretzels on a cookie sheet and top with one candy melt.
  3. Bake for 5 minutes (just until candy melt is melted a bit)
  4. Remove from oven and immediately press in yellow M&M for the yolk.
  5. Let cool!
  6. Enjoy!
Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven to 200 degrees F
  2. Place your pretzels on a cookie sheet and top with one candy melt.
  3. Bake for 5 minutes (just until candy melt is melted a bit)
  4. Remove from oven and immediately press in yellow M&M for the yolk.
  5. Let cool!
  6. Enjoy!
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13 Responses
  • Mia
    May 19, 2014

    Brilliant!

  • Sam
    March 2, 2015

    My Preschool class and I made the Green Eggs & Ham Pretzel Bites and they loved it. I used the small round pretzels, whip cream, and green M&M’s. They loved it!! Who would have thought they would have liked pretzels and whip cream?
    Thanks for the idea.

  • Deana
    February 21, 2016

    Have you ever made these in advance? If so, how farmin advance and how did you store them?? Have have about 400 or more to make for a not for profit event and need to start well in advance.

    • Cheryl Spangenberg
      February 24, 2016

      Deana, I have never had them last long enough to make in advance, lol. I have tried however they get eaten and I have to make more. As long as you keep them in an airtight container (for the sake of the pretzel’s crunch) I would think they would be absolutely fine!

  • Cristina Mandeville
    February 20, 2017

    Love it!! So easy and simple…I will be including this treat in a round up Dr. Seuss crafts. I will be using your graphic with a link back to your site! If you have any questions, pls. feel free to email me.

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