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    • Amy Wright

      Bones! Totally making this @ Halloween! (pretzel sticks with mini marshmallows on the ends, dipped in white chocolate)

    • Katrina McDougald

      Edible bones Halloween treat. Pretzel sticks & mini marshmallows covered with white chocolate.

    • Katie Droste-Packham

      Pretzel Stick and Mini Marshmallow "Bones" Dipped in White Chocolate -- Halloween party?? :)

    • Jessica Hunt

      bowl of bones for tasty and cute halloween snack - just put mini marshmallows on either end of a pretzel stick and dip the whole thing in white chocolate.

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