While you have your oven on…
Pretzels–the grid kind work very well
1 pkg. Hershey’s hugs
red and green M&M’s
You can make these little gems in just a few minutes. Heat oven to 250 degrees. Place pretzels on cookie sheet. Put one, unwrapped Hug on each pretzel.
Place in the oven for 1-2 minutes–or until the tips of the candy are soft. Remove from oven. Gently press an M&M on the top of the Hugs. Makes a really pretty neighbor treat too. They’ll think you slaved…
- Pretzels--the grid kind work very well
- 1 pkg. Hershey's hugs
- red and green M&M's
- Heat oven to 250 degrees.
- Place pretzels on cookie sheet.
- Put one, unwrapped Hug on each pretzel.
- Place in the oven for 1-2 minutes--or until the tips of the candy are soft.
- Remove from oven.
- Gently press an M&M on the top of the Hugs.
13 Replies to “Christmas Hugs”
These truly are scrumdilliumptious!!!
gosh- now I am feeling like i would rather be in the kitchen doing fun stuff than working! these are great ideas and definitely easier than what i had planned!
I can’t believe how easy and darling, and I’m sure, how yummy these taste. Something I can even put someone else in charge of besides me!! Yea!! What a great little project for the wee ones at our family Christmas party next week – they will think they are the coolest things in the world – which of course they are – but now there will be not doubt.
Forget the neighbors… ummm I mean. Yes! That would be a great plate for our friends. I won’t eat any of them 🙂
My sister used to make these for our family and friends. She would jar them up and give each person a jar full at Christmastime and it became a tradition and something we all expected. Thanks for the fond memories.
Do it…do it…do it…
These are definitely kid friendly–that is the truth.
“Christmas Day…the children.”
What a fabulous tradition!
I make this same treat only I use rolos instead of hugs/kisses! The caramel and chocolate with the pretzel and the M&M is devine! The hardest part is unwrapping the rolos! 🙂
OOOOhhh–I know! We call them Mock Turtles. Here’s the link: https://graciousrain.com/2008/12/12/mock-turtles
Do you put a pecan on top too?