Olympic Snacks: Olympic Flag Chocolate Pretzel Bites

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The Olympics are just around the corner! Are you ready to cheer on and celebrate? The kids and I created a super easy fun snack perfect to munch on during the Olympic games. These are Olympic Flag Chocolate Pretzel Bites! 
 
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Made with some of our favorite snacks these are sure to be a crowd-pleaser! 
We shopped at our one-stop shop Walmart for our must have Ingredients to make this snack! 
You will need the following ingredients:
-Pretzel Crisps 
-Classic White Chocolate Chips
-Mini M&Ms
optional
-Cooling rack, Baking sheet, Wax paper or parchment paper, Piping bag or plastic sandwich bag.
 
Just a  few easy steps and your Olympic Flag snack is done!
 
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1- Melt chocolate according to packaging. We did intervals of 15 seconds in a microwave safe dish until warm and gooey. Transfer your chocolate from the bowl to you plastic bag or piping bag.
 
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2- Prepare your working area and set up your pretzel chips in an area that will allow the extra chcocolate to fall through. Baking sheet lined with parchment paper or waxing paper works great! Place a cooling rack over it and place your pretzels to decorate!
 
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3-Add a generous amount of melted white chocolate. Work slow chocolate will harden fairly quickly. 
 
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4- Design your flag on the still soft chocolate by placing mini M&Ms just like the Olympic Flag!
 
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5- Leave your pretzel bites to cool and harden before storing or enjoying!
 
 
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Enjoy this snack during your Olympic watch-party!
 
 

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