Shamrock Pretzel Bites

Pretzel bites are all the rage right now and I’ve found a cute way to make them to celebrate Pantone’s Color of the year’s favorite holiday!  St. Patrick’s Day!  How cute are these emerald shamrock pretzel bites???  Fun to make and even better to enjoy, they taste amazing!

Easy and Fun Shamrock Pretzel Bites Recipe

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They are so easy to make, seriously…so easy that I made a batch, ate them all and then made another batch in the course of about 20 minutes!  No Lie! I’m sure my rear thanks me for that moment of complete an utter lack of self control!  My taste-buds on the other hand were particularly fond my milk chocolate inhalation escapade.

What you need for Shamrock Pretzel Bites:

Recipe is so simple.  Cookie Sheet, Parchment Paper, Pretzels, Hershey Kisses, Bake, smoosh in green M&M’s, add an icing stem when cool, eat.  {and in my case, repeat!} Hershey Kiss and Pretzels Pretzel Bite Middle Step Shamrock Pretzel Bite close Up with Stemy Hershey Kiss Pretzel Bites

Shamrock Pretzel Bites
Shamrock Pretzel Bites
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 7 minutes
Servings 24 pretzel bites
Prep Time 5 minutes Total Time 7 minutes Servings 24 pretzel bites
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Instructions
  1. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper and preheat oven to 200 degrees F.
  2. Place pretzels down and top with an unwrapped Hershey Kiss.
  3. Bake at 200 Degrees for about 7 minutes.
  4. Remove from oven and immediately press three green M&M candies onto each pretzel/kiss.
  5. When cool, use icing tip on a tube of green frosting to draw on the stems of the shamrocks.
  6. Enjoy!
Ingredients
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper and preheat oven to 200 degrees F.
  2. Place pretzels down and top with an unwrapped Hershey Kiss.
  3. Bake at 200 Degrees for about 7 minutes.
  4. Remove from oven and immediately press three green M&M candies onto each pretzel/kiss.
  5. When cool, use icing tip on a tube of green frosting to draw on the stems of the shamrocks.
  6. Enjoy!
Recipe Notes

You want the Hershey Kisses to be soft but not completely melted on your pretzel. 7 minutes did the trick but you might have to adjust depending on your oven.

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If you make this recipe, be sure to snap a photo and hashtag #THATSWHATCHESAID for a feature on my Instagram and Facebook Page! Plus, I'd love to see your creations!

If you make this recipe, be sure to snap a photo and hashtag #THATSWHATCHESAID for a feature on my Instagram and Facebook Page! Plus, I'd love to see your creations!

Also be sure to check out my other Pretzel Bites Creations!

A few more sweet treats you might want to try:

Holiday Puppy Chow – exchange the colors of M&M’s for the current season

Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake

Caramel Heath Cookie Bars


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51 Comments
  1. Stop it Shamrock rocker! This is so cute and hello- pretty dang easy . I bet I could eve do this! NICE!!

    • The big problem with this is that Hershey kisses don’t melt! They remained very hard even after 10 or 12 minutes in the oven. So they were very hard to make but still ended up delicious. Next time I will use the meltable chocolate wafers.

  2. Shut up! These are so cute!! Love them Cheryl!! I’d love to share this on my blog, would that be ok?

  3. Rachel

    Cuteness!

  4. Jen

    SHOCKED that you didn’t do at least one 4 M&M one… :) Very simple easy idea! Great job!

  5. Dona

    A.dor.a.ble. And beyond! How many bags of M&M’s did you have to buy to get that many green ones? Or do they come just green for St Patricks? Regardless, I’ll be making them!

  6. Crystal

    Too cute!!! I love it!! You should have some that had 4 M&M’s…it could be a game to whoever gets the 4 M&M’s gets to pick out their favorite movie to watch as a family or something like that. But don’t tell them until someone has gotten it…he he.

  7. Linda

    These would also be yummy with a softened
    rolo instead of kiss.

  8. I Love your blog! I want to invite you to be a guest on my Invite a Guest Friday where I get one blogger every Friday to share a recipe on my blog! I would love if you shared this shamrock recipe with me. I will post it on my blog and have places where people can click and go to your blog! I would love if you would be my guest. Email me your recipe, directions and pictures if you would like to be my guest.
    Questions? I am at
    [email protected]
    Thanks! Kimberli

  9. These look great! I always thought these were weird until I tried them, but the salty and the sweet combination is AWESOME!

  10. Happier Than A Pig in Mud

    Very cute! I’m sure kids would love them too:@)

  11. These are too cute and so creative!!

  12. These are so cute and so easy! Perfect for my daughter’s class. Thanks for the idea!

  13. Cost plus has a pretzel mix with card symbol shaped pretzels – heart spade club and diamond!

  14. How clever! We would love to have you link it up at The Hopeless Housewife Link Party, we are giving away a Le Creuset French Oven.

  15. These are so cute…pinned! I would love it you stopped by and submitted them on my website!

    Susan

  16. These shamrock pretzel bites are so cute and look delicious! Have a great week! -The Six Sisters

  17. These are just too adorable! I am not a St Patty’s Day person but these I will have to make! :)

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  18. Cathy

    I put a blob of Nutella in place of the Hershey kiss … no baking needed at all!

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  21. I can’t wait for next St. Patrick’s Day so I can make these great treats!

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  24. marilyn

    That looks beautiful. Those kids are very lucky to have a teacher as wonderful as you.
    God Bless!

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