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Take a look at these Choco Turkey Pretzels with eye-catching designs. We bet no one can say no and not give in to these vibrant and inviting colors.

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Make Choco Turkey Pretzels Thanksgiving Treats

Thanksgiving Turkey Pretzels

These Turkey Chocolate Pretzels are the perfect Thanksgiving dessert! Miss CandiQuik has generously shared her delicious recipe with us so we can pass it on to you all.

Aren’t they just the cutest? Who wouldn’t think these munchies are adorable and yummy at the same time?

If you think it’s difficult to make one, think again. You will be able to make a batch of these delicious goodies in no time!

Let us teach you how to make these Choco Turkey Pretzels!

We bet the whole family will enjoy these cute Thanksgiving desserts. It’s so easy like 1-2-3.

Let’s take a break from day-to-day hassles in life, shall we? Once in a while, we need to let our inner child do the trick and be creative with fun and appetizing desserts like these Choco Turkey Pretzels.

This is one of the artsy chocolate snacks you can try making with your friends and kids. A totally fun and enjoyable way to spend quality time with them this Thanksgiving.

Just make sure you don’t nibble too much while making these as it is impossible… let us stress it out – IMPOSSIBLE to make chocolate turkey-shaped pretzels without nibbling and gobbling its ingredients in the middle of the process. We don’t want to run out of pretzels and other sweet stuff for our snack recipe, right?

It’s fast and easy to make this colorful snack idea — you can even ask your kids to help you! It’s going to be a lot of fun, trust us!

First, grab the following ingredients to make this easy Thanksgiving dessert. Once you have them, we are ready to rumble.

A big thanks to the lovely Miss CandiQuik from CandiQuik blog for sharing this recipe. Check out the original article here.


  • 1 (16 oz.) package Chocolate CANDIQUIK Candy Coating
  • Ritz crackers
  • 1 bag candy corn
  • Pretzel rods
  • Heart sprinkles
  • Confetti sprinkles, white
  • Edible marker, black (I like Americolor’s Gourmet Writer)
  • Optional: nonpareil sprinkles

Step 1: Melt the Chocolate


Melt Chocolate CANDIQUIK in tray according to directions on the package.

Step 2: Dip Pretzel Rods in Chocolate


Dip each pretzel rod in the Chocolate CANDIQUIK, let the excess coating drip off, and then carefully press and hold the pretzel rod against the cracker until secure.

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Step 3: Press Candy Corn on Pretzel Rods


Just before the pretzel is completely dry, press one candy corn on the pretzel rod as the nose, holding in place until it’s secured.

Step 4: Press Confetti Sprinkles on Pretzel Rods


Press two white confetti sprinkles on the pretzel rod as the eyes and press a heart sprinkle (do it upside-down) just below the candy corn nose.

Step 5: Add Black Dots

Finally, you can add two black dots on the eyes with an edible marker. If you can’t find one, you may skip this part.

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Check out this video by Randumb Kay for another version of chocolate-covered turkey pretzels:

Tadaahhh! There you have it — your cutesy dorky-looking Choco Turkey Pretzels! It’s fast, fun, and easy, right?

These sweet treats are the perfect Thanksgiving desserts for kids. Your kids will not only enjoy eating them but also have fun creating this yummy dessert idea.

Your guests will truly enjoy this Thanksgiving dessert that is as delicious as they look. Have fun!

Got some Thanksgiving desserts to share? Tell us about them in the comments section below! 


Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on November 10, 2014, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.


  1. No where does it say when to covet the Ritz cracker with chocolate. I assume that is the very first step? I bet these would be great with a vanilla wafer instead of the cracker!


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