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Quick & Easy Rolo Treats

 

Quick and Easy Rolo Treats

Last year I found this recipe. I tried it and my husband, who is not a sweet eater, loved them. They are quick and easy and so yummy. They have just the perfect amount of salty, chocolate, and sweet.. Make sure you have plenty of ingredients on hand. You’ll be making more then one batch of these.

Preheat your oven to 250 degrees….

Rolo Candies – I use the rolls and pick them up starting in the early fall each time I go I go to the grocery store. You can also buy them in bags.

Small pretzel twists- I use the tiny twists. You really need to watch the size. no bigger then a quarter or half dollar. if your pretzel is to big the warm rolo will squish right out of it onto the foil. (this is bad)

Pecan halves- Have them ready before you need them.

I count mine out after I know how many rolo candies I have on my cookie sheet.

*watch for them on sale and then keep them in the freezer till you are ready to make these. (make sure to remove them from the freezer a day or two before you use them.

Line a cookie sheet with foil. place the pretzel twists on the foil. now place a rolo candy on each pretzel twist. (is this easy or what.. LOL)

Pop that cookie sheet in the 250 degree oven for 4-5 minutes.

(it’s not long so don’t walk away to do laundry or talk on the phone. you don’t want the rolos to melt)

After removing from the oven, Imediately place a pecan half on the top of each rolo and press down.

Let them sit until the chocolate hardens.

I place mine in little decorated candy cups but you can just line an

airtight container with waxed paper and fill.

Make sure you cover each layer with wax paper before adding the next bunch.

I also put them in snack bags and put them in boxes of candies I make for gifts.

Enjoy!!!

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  • Rachael Henzman

    These sound epicly tasty! Thanks for the recipe! I love Rolos!

  • Sherry Compton

    My daughter makes these a lot, and I take them to work. We all love them! You can switch it up and use a Hershey’s kiss and either a nut or a M&M.

  • Belinda

    These sound SO good! Rolos were one of my absolute favorite candies growing up! I love how easy they are to make.

  • Joyce

    Chocolate, caramel & pretzels! Heaven!