These turtle pretzels should come with a warning. They are too easy to make. And, the bite-size, fun-size turtles make these an easy sweet tooth fix.
I found the recipe here.
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The hardest part of these chocolate and caramel pretzel bites was not eating the Rolos as I unwrapped each one.
Thank goodness Rolos do not come in an open bag like M&M’s.
If only there was someone to unwrap the Rolos for us? … said no one ever.
The blend of caramel and chocolate paired with the salt & crunch of the bite-size pretzels is delicious.
These turtle pretzels are perfect for holiday parties. They require a 350 degree preheated oven. And these turtle pretzels take up to 5 minutes to bake.
It takes longer to unwrap the Rolos.
The second hardest part, next to unwrapping the Rolos, is to wait for the pecan halves to “set” for a minute or two.
My favorite part of these pretzels, besides sneaking one or two (or three), is adding the pecan to the pretzel and Rolo base. The slightly melted Rolo on top of the pretzel acts as a pillow for the chocolate and caramel.
RECIPE FOR TURTLE PRETZELS
- 1 BAG MINI PRETZELS KEEP BAG FOR LATER ;0)
- 1 BAG ROLOS
- 1 BAG PECAN HALVES KEEP EXTRA FOR LATER ;0)
- 1. PREHEAT OVEN TO 3502. UNWRAP ROLOS3. PLACE PRETZELS ON BAKING SHEET LINE WITH PARCHMENT PAPER4. PLACE 1 ROLO ON EACH PRETZEL5. BAKE FOR 3-5 MINUTES (I BAKED MINE FOR 3 MINUTES)6. REMOVE FROM OVEN AND ADD PECAN HALVE TO EACH PRETZEL
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