Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Pretzle Hug Yummies





If you love chocolate covered pretzels you will like theses. They are easy and kid friendly to make. I am not sure where we got the recipe from. My mother in law was the first to make these and now we make them every Christmas.

What you will need.

Hugs (It take a little over one bag of Hugs to do a pan)
Pretzels
M & M's

*Pre heat oven 200F
*Unwrap Hugs
*I line a jelly roll pan with parchment paper and then put a layer of pretzels.
*Put a Hug on each pretzel
*Put pan with Hug and Pretzels on it in oven for 10-12 minuets
*after you remove pan from oven press an M&M into the center of each Hug
*place in refrigerator until firm.
*store in an airtight container.

I make bags of these to give to friends each year. They are a favorite and I always have people ask if I am going to make them.

They are fun to make and the kids like to unwrap the Hugs and place them on the pretzels. Now that my boys are older they like to put the M& M on top too.

Have fun!

10 comments:

Cindy said...

visiting via SITS...chocolate, mmmm!

John Powers said...

Ah parchment paper, the secret weapon! Good that you mention it because I don't think everyone knows how useful it is in the kitchen.

Honey Mommy said...

These look SO delicious!
I am totally copying the recipe!

Jessie said...

Those look de-lish.....maybe I will make those this year. Thanks for the recipe and the post!

Cathy said...

Stopping by from SITS....I LOVE chocolate covered pretzels...and these look so festive!

also known as shell said...

Um yeah I love these. except we call them "zebra nipples" but I think I should call them Pretzle Hug Yummies. Thats probably a whole lot nicer.

Ronnica said...

I've never had those with hugs, but I enjoy the ones with kisses. Man, now I'm hungry!

Lorie said...

I love those!

CaJoh said...

Very clever. My wife dips pretzel ends in chocolate and rolls them with red and green sprinkles. I'll have to try that one sometime.

Natalie said...

i've made those with pretzels, rolos, and a pecan. yummy too!