Caramel Pretzel Treats

Caramel Pretzel Treats
 Witches make merry….  you’re going to be spellbound by our Caramel Pretzel Treats!
Halloween Caramel Pretzel Treats

These chewy, creamy, chocolatey, goodies are coveted around our place this time of year especially.

Caramel Pretzel Treats

Delight in this blast from Halloweens past, actually October 28, 2010, and it’s wickedly wonderful for our 2015 Halloweek celebration.  Have fun making Caramel Pretzel Treats, especially with your kiddos.  The hardest part is unwrapping all the candies; caramels, Rolos, Hugs, and Kisses.  Gratefully, that’s the part the kids think is so much fun, so enlist your little helpers in this endeavor.

It’s not too late to stir up wickedly good treats my little pretties!  No magic spell needed to whip these up, these are incredibly fast and easy.

 

I like to use Hershey’s Hugs and Kisses, Rolos, or any kind or snack size candy bars, (Snickers are amazing), along with pretzel snaps.

After little hands are washed up, I line my trays with parchment sheets or a silpat sheet, I have one spread out the pretzels on the sheet while the others are unwrapping goodies.  When all the candies are unwrapped and the pretzels are on the trays the real fun begins.

Caramel Pretzel Treats

Preheat your oven to 170 degrees.  Now, just start adding your Kisses or Hugs;  I used Candy Corn, Pumpkin and Candy Apple, seasonal flavored Hershey’s Kisses on each pretzel…
Caramel Pretzel Treats
Or try some chewy caramel Rollo candies this time around….or a plain caramel works too, all though I gotta warn you, they are super messy and sticky.  Just let them cool completely on the tray and then gently remove them with a thin spatula after they’ve hardened back up.
Caramel Pretzel Treats
S’witching ’em up…sweeties… aren’t they cute and colorful little goodies.
Ok, sorry I’m getting ahead of myself a little. Once the candies are on the pretzels, place them in the oven for about 6-7 minutes. Just till they are soft and a little melty. Take them out and quickly add an M&M or candy corn on top and gently press them down.   Allow them to cool completely and set back up. You can place them in the fridge for a few minutes if you’d like to speed up that process.
I love to pack little cellophane bags with Caramel Pretzel Treats for extra special trick or treaters.
Caramel Pretzel Treats
Making your victims cackle with delight!
I love to make these kinds of goodies for my grandkiddies.  On Friday I’ll be sharing this year’s treat. What are you fixing for your little gang?  It’s so much fun to hear your plans.
Just know, it’s just a treat having you here…thanks so much for joining us and Happy Halloweek.  Here’s a pin for you, my treat!
Caramel Pretzel Treats

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Renée

Renée is passionate about making and sharing ALL things delicious! Her happy place really is her kitchen where she loves whipping up memories with her family and friends. Raised in sunny Southern California she's spent her adulthood in Idaho, both sides of her great state. She's married to an amazing man, and together they have 5 children, who gave them five more, and now they have 28 grandchildren. So there’s always a reason to cook and celebrate around their place!

29 Comments

  1. La

    YUM! I made some edible eyeballs last weekend for my nephews. Happy Halloween! La

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  2. Erin@likegrandmas

    These ideas will come in handy for our party, thanks Gnee!

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  3. Carol at Serendipity

    Gnee,
    Great candy craft. I am saving these ideas for future projects. Have a great weekend.

    Carol

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  4. Gypsy Heart

    So cute! This is a keeper for all sorts of occasions.
    xo
    Pat

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  5. Pondside

    Noooooo – I’m going to burst if I try one more!

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  6. hip-chick

    Oh my word do those ever look good! Yummy!

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  7. Julie Harward

    I love making these…and I love making then cackle with laughter too! LOL ;D

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  8. Pam

    As usual when I read one of your recipes, my mouth is watering! Yum! Can’t wait to try these.

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  9. Debbie

    The Duchess makes a similar one with pretzels, rolos, and pecans. THIS is a great way to take that idea to the Halloween theme.

    It’s the perfect October treat!

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  10. Jacqueline

    She used to scare me so much as a little kid, now I try and dress up like her! Love all the little pretties. They all look gooey and wickedly delicious, so pretty too. Happy Halloween Gnee.

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  11. g.suzie

    Happy Halloween and thanks for sharing your little pretties!

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  12. ButterYum

    Adorable. Personally, I’d like the rolo version the best. Could eat them all myself!

    🙂
    ButterYum

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  13. Lori

    i have made the rollo ones, yum. Great other ideas though.

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  14. Adena (aka cre82learn)

    These look so yummy!! I am always looking for a little something different to make. I am hosting a Holiday Recipe Exchange starting Monday. I would love for you to join and see what Christmas-inspired, and Thanksgiving too!, goodies you come up with!! ymmmm http://www.foodfunandfotos.com

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  15. Patti

    I’ve never seen the orange and white kisses. I do this at Christmas and never thought to try it other times of the year – duh! Stop over to enter a vintage giveaway!

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  16. April

    Oh my gosh these look good! I have to try these! Come link up for my Get Motivated Giveaway!

    wildflowersandwhimsy.blogspot.com

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  17. Sue

    I’m going to try this…I have those same pretzels in my cupboard right now, plus some peanut butter cups and m&m’s! 🙂

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  18. Jami

    Have I mentioned I have a chocolate pretzel addiction?? I forgot about these (well, actually the ones I am familiar with were different and less cute) I will be making these very soon! Thanks for the reminder. 🙂

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  19. malia

    Gnee how the heck do you keep coming up with such great ideas? Love your stuff. Thanks for joining us at A Crafty Soiree xoxo

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  20. Stephanie Lynn @Under the Table and Dreaming

    Gnee, Wow these look delicious! Thanks so much for linking to The Sunday Showcase party – I greatly appreciate it. I have featured thison my first round of showcases; please feel free to stop by and grab a featured button. Hope you are enjoying your week! ~ Stephanie Lynn

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  21. Lisa

    I love all your different variations on this treat. They all look delicious.

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  22. Ashlee @ I'm Topsy Turvy

    Pretzels are everywhere these days! What a fun variation! Thanks for Linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesday’s!

    Reply

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