You can make as few, or as many as you would like, but here's what I did:
Yield: 60 pretzel treats (1 sheet tray)
Total prep time: About 1 1/2 hours
About 1/2 bag of "Snap" Square pretzels
3/4- 1cup of creamy peanut butter (or you could use any nut spread)
1 10 oz. bag of Black chocolate wafers
1 10 oz. bag of Neon or bright green chocolate wafers
1 10 oz. bag of bright white chocolate wafers
paper or disposable piping bags
**Optional: if using a tip for piping- I recommend a #4 or #5 straight tip
**Note: 1- 10oz. bag of chocolate coats about 3dz. pretzel treats
1) On a lined sheet tray with wax, parchment, or a silpat, simply begin taking a "snap" pretzel, spread on some peanut butter, and place another "snap" on top to make a "sandwich". Repeat this until you have the desired number you would like to decorate.
2) In the microwave or double boiler, begin melting the green wafers first & be sure to temper the chocolate!
Using a fork, (which worked best for me), begin dipping the pretzel sandwiches one at a time, making sure to remove as much excess chocolate as possible before carefully placing back on sheet tray. (I will usually "jiggle" the pretzel on the fork lightly to remove the excess chocolate.) Repeat process until the chocolate is gone!
3) In the microwave or double boiler, melt the white chocolate wafers, making sure to temper. Using a fork, begin coating the entire pretzel sandwich in chocolate, making sure to remove the excess prior to placing back on sheet tray. Repeat process until all of the pretzels are coated.
4) In the microwave or double boiler, melt the black chocolate wafers, making sure to temper. Using a disposable piping bag, (plastic or cone), fill halfway with the black chocolate, and snip just a tiny opening at the base. (Or, you could use a small metal tip- such as a #4 or #5.) Pipe your ghostly and cranky goblin faces on- have fun with it, and be as creative as you'd like! ***It's always a good idea to "test" your piping on a piece of wax paper first, to make sure the chocolate is piping out properly, and to give you some practice on how you would like to decorate them.
Allow the chocolate to set up firmly before placing in treat bags, ziploc baggies, or on platters, etc. If you are in a hurry, you can place them in the refrigerator for 5min. or so, but the chocolate shouldn't take long to set up once it's piped out. ***These are not treats you want to refrigerate, as the pretzels will soften if left in too long!