Spider Web Snacks

I love that I found these over on Mom Endeavors. I knew immediately that this was a Halloween snack we had to make.
Super easy which means little helpers can do this one all on their own!
What you’ll need:
* stick pretzels
* white melting chocolate
* raisins 
* milk chocolate melting chocolate
Arrange the pretzels like this
Squirt some white chocolate in the middle to secure the pieces and then make 3 circles around the pretzels.


Add 2 raisins to look like a spider.
Cover the raisins in milk chocolate (if you want.)Make sure there’s a lot of giggles and laughter while you’re doing this =o)

Let them set!
And then eat up!
I think my helpers had fun.
These were my daughters spider webs.  Hmmmmm…..  But she had fun.  That’s all that counts!

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  1. Cute idea. I am wondering how to make these into snowflakes for Christmas. Any suggestions?!

  2. Maybe dip each pretzel in white chocolate first so they are all white? Then do the “web”. You could even sprinkle with sugar crystals or something like that.

  3. Wow, those pretzles are great. I ♥ white chocolate Ÿ

    Thanks for letting me know the link to the candy wrapper didn’t work on my blog. I have since fixed it if you want to stop by and snag it.

    Have a great day. Hugz, Diane

  4. That is so cool…

    My son would be thrilled to do that with me.

  5. I will be making these for sure, thanks for sharing.

  6. What a cute idea!!!!

  7. Yet again you’ve posted something that I feel I MUST make with my kids 🙂
    How cute are these? Love the idea!
    About how long does it take to set? I’m wondering if this mught also work for my son’s cub scout meeting next week.
    Thanks for sharing,

  8. Adorable 🙂 Be sure to check out my blog (blog.dollhousebakeshoppe.com) for more fun ideas your kids will love!

  9. Another fun idea! I love seeing what you’re up to!

  10. I am never disappointed with the great ideas you share. You scored again! Thanks – I haven’t made anything very Halloween-y, but these will be made soon. Thanks for this simple and groovy idea.

  11. Those are so cute! And I’m sure they are yummy! I’m pinning this. Thank you for sharing!

  12. Super easy, super cute!

  13. These look very effective x

  14. Hi Erin,
    Your little ones are just precious! This is such a great idea, looks like a lot of fun! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a wonderful week and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  15. I had to become a follower of yours, we have the same tastes! My daughter has that Hello Kitty shirt! Love the pretzel spiderwebs too! I am always looking for fun things I can make with the kids!

  16. What a fun snack! These would be very fun to make. Great idea!

  17. Awesome tutorial, But where would the wires go? I was totally expecting you to say you did used fairy lights there. It is totally fabulous idea.

  18. Love this idea! I’ve been planning to make these…but alas time is running out and I forgot to buy the pretzels when I was at the store yesterday. We made some spider webs from pudding instead, but I showed your picture and linked to your blog in the post. Hope that was okay. You can see the post here http://helpinglittlehands.blogspot.com/2011/10/5-minute-pudding-spider-webs-and.html.

  19. I saw these too and so wanted to make them but we never did 🙁

    Love the extra chocolately spider your daughter made – YUM!

    Thanks for linking to the Sunday Showcase! Can’t wait to see what you have in store for us this week! 🙂


  20. Great idea – you were featured as the Kids Can Craft party’s “Pick of the Week” this week. Thanks for linking up at Sew Can Do:)

  21. I love this snack idea! We will be using it for this October’s snack time treats! Thank you! 🙂

  22. Georgia Beckman says:

    Pinned it. I do believe your site is the MOTHER LODE for everything!