These flower pretzel bites are a fun little Spring snack idea that kids of all ages can help to make – and then enjoy!

Honestly, we don’t consume a lot of sugar around here. Mainly because several years ago, after baby number 3 was born, we took our kids off dairy and most sugar. They had been sick frequently with ear infections and our naturopath suggested that might help. Sure enough they got better. Over time we’ve become a little more lax with it just because they’ve grown up a lot and don’t get sick as often as when they were younger. Especially when the weather finally starts to get warmer and cold and flu season have passed. Like at Easter! So we thought these flower pretzel bites would be fun to make together for a spring snack idea.

flower pretzel bites all finished on white plate

We’re happy to be joining the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by The Happy Housie. You will find all the yummy recipes and links at the end of this post.

flower pretzel bites ingredients - pretzels, white chocolate melts and pastel m & m's in bowls on wood counter

Yield: 3-5 servings

Flower Pretzel Bites

flower pretzel bites all finished on white plate

These flower pretzel bites are a fun little Spring snack idea that kids of all ages can help to make - and then enjoy!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 6 minutes


  • 1 cup Square pretzels
  • 1/2 cup Pastel M&M's
  • White candy melts


  1. Place 8 pretzels on a microwavable plate or paper plate. Place a candy melt on the center of the pretzel. Microwave until candy melt gets soft. About 55 seconds.
  2. Arrange m&m's to look like a flower placing the “M” side down. m-&-m's-on-melted-chocolate-
  3. Let sit for about ten minutes. Repeat for as many pretzel bites as you'd like. 


You could make these with gluten free pretzels if you're sensitive to wheat or gluten!

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 195Total Fat: 6gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 6mgSodium: 274mgCarbohydrates: 32gFiber: 2gSugar: 13gProtein: 4g

This website provides approximate nutrition information for convenience and as a courtesy only. Nutrition data is gathered primarily via Nutrifox.

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flower pretzel bites all finished on white plate

What do you think of this fun little spring snack?

Today some of my friends are sharing their beautiful and inspiring spring recipes as well!

Hop over to see what they are sharing…

Raspberry Lemon Quench at The Happy Housie

Amazing Gluten Free Popovers at Willow Street Interiors

Easy Strawberry Ice Cream Cake at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

Chocolate Challah Bread at Place of My Taste

Low Fat Oreo Fluff Dessert at On Sutton Place

Gluten/Dairy Free Easter Egg Lemon Sugar Cookies at Zevy Joy

Fresh Citrus Angel Food Cake with Lemon Curd at Sincerely, Marie Designs

Painted Easter Cake with Chocolate Nest at Craftberry Bush

The Best Carrot Cake Recipe at Happy Happy Nester

Lemon Cheesecake Mini Tarts at The House of Wood

Flower Pretzels at Home Made Lovely (formerly AKA Design)

Lemon Shortbread Squares at A Pretty Life

Dairy Free Avacado Egg Salad at Simple Stylings

Gluten Free Double Chocolate Chip Cookies at Taryn Whiteaker

Easy Cake Batter Dip at Amber Tysl

Tea Cake Sandwich Recipe at Shabbyfufu

Toasted Coconut Nest Cupcakes at Nina Hendrick Design Co.

Pink Lemonade Chiffon Naked Cake at Summer Adams

Kid Favourite Rice Krispie Spring Eggs at Duke Manor Farm

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  1. Shannon, you should know that we LOVE making fun pretzel treats in this house. So this is a winner for us! I’ve not made these adorable flowers and they double as a fun DIY for the kids. I can’t wait to make these with them. Thanks for sharing! xoxo