I promise there are no tricks here…only treats! These Trick or Treat Mummy Nuggets don’t stand a chance in my house! I actually had to ban my boys from eating them so I’d have enough to take the pictures. I maybe have to ban myself too…they are really that good! They are a delicious little nugget of pretzel, peanut butter, and vanilla candy coating all in one with a cute mummy design just for Halloween. Since fall is upon us and Halloween is just around the corner, I thought I would go ahead and share these delectable and easy little treats that anyone can make at home. With only 3 ingredients, it can’t get any easier.
Have you ever tried these…
We have been eating them just like this for years. Now it’s time to elevate these peanut butter filled pretzel nuggets with a vanilla candy coating and some black decorating icing to make cute little mummies that are perfect for Halloween.
I also make little ghost. I prefer making the mummies because the vanilla coating doesn’t have to be perfect. This is a very easy treat but a little time consuming. The mummies help cut down on time.
No matter which way you decide to make these little nuggets of deliciousness, I know you and the kiddos will love them!
I have a cute printable for treat bags full of these Mummy Nuggets you can find right here.
- Peanut Butter Pretzel Nuggets
- Almond Bark
- Black Decorating Icing
Lay out a sheet of wax paper. Melt almond bark according to package directions. Using a fork, dip a pretzel nugget into the melted almond bark. Shake off excess by gently tapping. Place the nugget onto the wax paper. Run the tines of the fork across the pretzel nugget to give the mummy effect. Repeat until all almond bark is gone. Now add dots for eyes with the black decorating icing. Eat and enjoy!
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39 thoughts on “Trick Or Treat Mummy Nuggets”
These are way to cute and easy peasy!! Love, love, love!!! Gotta love easy treats and test ones too.
So adorable! I’ll have to try this for my son.
Thank you!!! Let me know what you think! They seriously didn’t last a day in my house!
These are the cutest! They would be perfect for a Halloween Party at school. Thanks for sharing your link at Welcome Home Wednesday Link party.
Thank you! That’s a great idea!
These look adorable! It looks easy to make and oh so yummy!
I LOVE chocolate covered pretzels and these are SO CUTE!!!
Thank you Melissa!!! They were devoured in no time!
These are so cute, so easy, and SO happening this year! Thank you for the great idea and
thanks for linking up with the Welcome Home Wednesday at Mid Michigan Mom – that’s how I found this yummy (and adorable) treat!
Thank you Sarah!!! Let me know what you think when you make them!
These are sooo adorable! We love chocolate and yogurt covered pretzels! Stopping by from Foodie FriDIY and hope you’ll link up with us at Small Victories Sunday Linkup too, open all week long!
Thank you!!! Are older post ok to link up? Thank you for stopping by!
I’m dropping by from the Too Much Time on My Hands link party. This is such a fun — and easy idea! I’ve got to make some of these for the Halloween party that I’m going to have with my grandkids!
I have a link party that I’m trying to grow. It is Grandma Ideas Sharing Time at http://grandmaideas.com. I invite you to share this idea (and a couple of others) because I know that my readers will enjoy this idea as much as I do!
My link party runs from Wednesday through Friday night at midnight Mountain Daylight time in the U.S. I hope you can make it.
All the best,
Awe, thanks so much! My kiddo gobbled them up! I’ll try to swing by and leave some ideas! Thank you for stopping by!
These are adorable! What a fun idea! Sharing them on my Facebook page later this weekend!
Oh my God, these are TOO CUTE. I love them! I’m here from Foodie FriDIY, and these little mummies may be my favorite recipe from the party so far. So clever 🙂
Thank you Hannah!!!
They’re soooo cute! Plus white chocolate covered pretzels are a weakness of mine… they always get me in the checkout line at Michaels. I seriously can’t go in that store without paying way too much for candy! I’ll have to make these instead… they’re way cuter and more cost effective! Thanks for sharing at this weeks Welcome Home Wednesday link up! Can’t wait to see what you share this Wednesday!
Thank you Betsy!!
I absolutely love white chocolate covered pretzels… I always get caught by a bag when I’m in the checkout line at Micahels! I seriously can’t step into that place without getting caught by the candy! These look way cuter and have to be more cost effective! Thanks for sharing at this weeks Welcome Home Wednesday link up! Can’t wait to see what you share this Wednesday!
How cute are these!? Stopping by via the Merry Monday party 🙂
Thank you so much!
SO adorable- I just love it!!! I would have way too much fun making (and eating) these. 🙂 Thanks so much for linking up at Snickerdoodle Sunday- we always appreciate it!
Sarah (Sadie Seasongoods)
Thank you Sarah! You can make up a batch and put in that cool cookie jar you totally transformed!
I love these! Super cute! I’m sure they’re yummy too.
Thank you Sherry! They are delicious!
Hey Sherry! Thank you!
Wouldove to make for a potluck party how far in advance can i make them, put in a storage container when its done or leave in fridge until ready to go. It wont get eaten till 2 hrs later will be in shade any suggestions plz help
Hi Cecilia! All ingredients come from the pantry. The mummies never stick around long so I’m not sure the maximum time. You could make a couple days ahead of time. No need to refrigerate. I set them on a cake plate and cover with the dome.
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