Saturday, November 26, 2011

Easy Peasy Salt and Sweety...

I made a test batch of these and they're so good they're addictive. I did try both the hugs and kisses in my test batch and prefer the hugs :)

Pretzel Hugs
You will need:
2 bags of Hershey’s Hugs
1 “Pounder” bag of Pretzel Snaps
Big baking sheet
Waxed paper – for easy removal.

Preheat oven to 300
1. Unwrap Hugs
2. Line baking sheet with waxed paper – if you don’t have waxed, use parchment, but I strongly suggest you use paper just for ease. If you don’t have either, just use a non-stick
baking sheet.
3. Lay one pretzel down for every Hug and top each pretzel with a Hug.

4. Pop in the oven for 2 min, just until they are glossy and softish.
5. Remove from oven and let sit for 1 more minute, to continue the softening process.
**This is the only step you can make a mistake on – by laving them in the oven too long they will completely melt and run through the pretzel and all over your sheet and you won’t have a sandwich, just a mess.
6. Now top each hug with another pretzel pushing down gently, so it sticks together.

7. I pop the baking sheet in the fridge for 20-30 min. to cool them off.

You could most certainly let them dry at room temp, it will just take a little longer and trust me, you are going to want to eat these right away!!

Blessings and Pretzel Hugs from the holler...


The Life of Riley said...

They look delicious! We don't have Hershey's hugs (only Kisses) or pretzel snaps here, but you have got me wondering if I can use the same method to combine other salty and sweet things ingredients.

Cindy said...

Another rich treat and just in time for the holidays---salty and sweet are always so good. They look yummy, Mrs JP. Thanks for the recipe!

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

Those sure do look easy and delicious - may just have o let the little bipeds help with those.

Thanks for sharing.

Goose Hill Farm said...

Oh, my....oh, my....OH, MY! YUMM! I will sooo be making these puppies!

Thank you for sharing! :> )


Paula said...

*Yummy* These sound dee-lish! I was just thinking the other day about making some Christmas treats~ I'll definitely give these a try!