Holiday Rolo Pretzels


submitted by cjmill9 {1 Recipe}


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  • Prep Time:
    5 Mins
  • Cook Time:
    5 Mins
  • Total Prep + Cook Time:
    10 Mins
  • Level:
Holiday Rolo Pretzels

Makes: 25 1

Description: This isn't my original recipe, but I love to make this for a fast, easy holiday dessert!

1  Bag Rolo Candies
1  Bag Christmas Tree Pretzels
1  Bag Pecans, halved

Instructions: Heat oven to 350. Place parchment paper on baking sheet. Spaced evenly, place one pretzel down, being careful to not overlap pretzels. Carefully place a Rolo candy on top of the pretzel - bake 3 to 5 minutes until soft (not completely melted). Top with a pecan half by pushing it down onto the Rolo candy. **Optional - at this point, I sprinkle with red/green sprinkles to add a little holiday color** Cool completely, then remove from parchment paper. Ready to serve!

Recent Comments

  • Author image By AuntCarol
    Jan 11, 2013   Edit

    Delicious -- melt in your mouth heavenly!

  • Author image By Joianya
    Feb 28, 2012   Edit

    I make dozens of these at Christmas every year! We call them "Pretzel Turtles". My family loves them. I have never tried the Christmas tree pretzels, I always use the square window pane pretzels.

  • Author image By ewebb10385
    Jan 05, 2012   Edit

    These are super yummy, had them at a holiday party and have been looking for the recipe! Thanks for sharing!!

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