Rolo Pretzel Delights are my new obsession.  They are easy to make and so delicious!

This recipe came straight from the back of the Rolo packages.   I wish I could say that I was smart enough to invent this, but alas, I am only smart enough to know that these little guys rock!

Rolo Pretzel Delights with Feeding Big

Rolo Pretzel Delights
Sweet and salty little bites of deliciousness.
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  1. Small pretzels
  2. Pecan Halves (You can also use M&M's or any other candy or nut that you like)
  3. Rolo Chewy Caramels in Milk Chocolate
  1. Heat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Line cookie sheet with parchment paper or foil
  3. Place one pretzel for each Rolo Pretzel Delight desired on prepared sheet
  4. Top each pretzel with one Rolo Chewy Caramel
  5. Bake 3 to 5 minutes or until caramel pieces beings to soften, but not melt. Remove from oven, top with either pecan, candy or another pretzel.
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I just love the combination of salty and sweet!  These little treats pop in your mouth so easily and can bring a smile to your face. These would make great Teacher Appreciation gifts, neighbor gifts or great party sweets.  Why not pop a few in your little one’s lunch?  I am sure they will be the envy of their classmates!

Rolo Pretzel Delights with Feeding Big

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5 Responses to Rolo Pretzel Delights

  1. Susan says:

    We make these with the square grid pretzels and they are so yummy. There’s something about the sweet and salty combo.

  2. Hi Cynthia – I’m a Central Pennsylvania gal where they put a pretzel rod in a dish of ice cream. I’m all about the sweet and salty! Hummm… just like me! Hugs, Holly

  3. Corinne says:

    We make something similar with pretzels, Hershey’s kisses, and red M&M’s (they’re supposed to look like Rudolph faces) but I love the flavor combination of your version much better! I’m picking up some Rolo’s on the way home from work tonight so we can make these this weekend.

  4. YUM I made these last year and we throughly enjoyed them. Great job and how long did they last?

  5. Maria says:

    A couple of my students gave me rolo – pretzel treats as a Christmas gift. I love them! Making them can also be a great way for younger kids to spend time with their parents as a family!

    I love reading your blog and participating in your parties. I have nominated you for the sunshine blog award:) Please see post:


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