Saturday, October 20, 2012

Aunt of the Year Thanks To Snyder's of Hanover

Halloween is coming!! Our costumes are almost ready and this weekend I am going to pull out all the Harvest merchandise. I am excited!

I also had a chance to strengthen my Aunt of the Year muscle when my nephews and I did some fun Halloween crafts this week We had a blast with pretzel recipes and Crafts using Snyder’s of Hanover Pretzels and Cake Mate Decors.

I am in stiff competition in this family. My sister in law is ridiculously creative and as you can see, her boys are following suit, The picture below is one of the only creations I will own up to!!

Snyder's of Hanover has a lot of different options for pretzels, and using Cake Mate decorations we had an awesome time using the icing and the gel writers making Halloween edible decorations.

Snyder's website does a great job of using their products to incorporate into really creative recipes. Our Halloween night of crafts was a lot of fun. Hope you and your family can use pictures of our own creations below to get inspired and have a night of your own!

Check out Snyder's of Hanover on Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter for more ideas!

Our Pretzel Artists

Scary Skeleton 

Candy Corn


Pretzel Bat
Hall of Fame Pretzel Crafts

Candy Corn Pretzel Rods


You’ll need:
Snyder’s of Hanover® Pretzel Rods
Cake Mate® Cookie Frosting
Rice Crispy style cereal (6 cups)
Butter or margarine (3 Tbs)
1 (10 oz.) bag of marshmallows
Cooking spray or oil

Directions:
Spread out a few sheets of wax paper
In a large saucepan, melt butter or margarine over medium heat.
Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted; remove from heat.
Stir in rice cereal.
Lightly oil hands and any utensils (such s a spatula)
Scoop out about 1 cup of cereal/marshmallow mixture onto wax paper.
Shape mixture into a triangle.
Repeat until all mixture is finished.
Gently push a pretzel rod into triangle to make an indent; remove pretzel.
Repeat with all triangles.
Add a little frosting to each indent and place rod into indent; cover with a bit
more frosting.
Place in refrigerator to set the frosting.
Once fully chilled, turn each triangle facing up (rod in back of triangle).
In a microwave-safe bowl or cub, melt the yellow frosting for 20 seconds
at 50% power; stir, and pour the yellow “stripe” onto each of the triangles.
Repeat process with the remaining 2 colors.
Refrigerate until set.


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