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...

5 comments:

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! :> )

Blessings~
Laura

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!