Chocolate Turkey Pretzels

You’ll love these Chocolate Turkey Pretzels!

How to make Chocolate Turkey Pretzels

I’ve been so busy lately that I haven’t really even had a chance to think about Thanksgiving. I know it’s coming up fast, because I’ve heard all the reminders and I see the posts and the turkeys for sale at the grocery store. I think we kinda know what we’re doing, feast-wise, but even that isn’t fully settled yet. I’m apparently a last minute person this year.

Another thing I’ve done at the last minute? These Chocolate Turkey Pretzels!

In an effort to finally settle down and celebrate the upcoming Thanksgiving festivities, I came up with these super cute Turkey Pretzels. So cute, in fact, that I hesitated to even eat them. I had to make a few without the eyes and beak just so I could enjoy without guilt first. But in the end, no tasty turkeys were pardoned around here.

How to make Chocolate Turkey Pretzels

With some pretzels, chocolate almond bark, chocolate “kisses” with the pointy tip cut off, M&Ms, and Rice Krispies cereal, you’ll be going gobble gobble in no time!

Chocolate Turkey Pretzels

Chocolate Turkey Pretzels

Yield: 60+ pretzels
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 21 minutes

You'll love these Chocolate Turkey Pretzels!


  • mini twist pretzels
  • chocolate almond bark
  • M&Ms
  • chocolate kisses
  • candy eyes
  • Rice Krispies cereal


  1. First, cut the tips off your chocolate kisses candies. Lay your pretzels out on wax paper.
  2. Carefully melt just a few of the bars of your almond bark in the microwave, paying close attention so it doesn't burn. Once melted, pour into the corner of a sandwich baggie and snip just the smallest piece of the corner off.
  3. Pipe bark into holes of pretzels, a few at a time as bark sets fast. Melt more bark as needed.
  4. Put a chocolate kiss in the bark on the bottom hole and an M&M in each of the two top holes. Continue on all pretzels.
  5. Make a dot of bark on the kiss for each candy eye and another dot for the Rice Krispies beak.
  6. Let sit and enjoy!

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