Quick and Easy holiday goodie!

Ok.. So, this is not the type of blog that is going to have recipes on it. I’m just not that good of a cook and I leave the recipes up to the ladies who are truly good at it.. like the Homesteading Housewife.

But I just love these things and thought I would pass it on to you other moms who are looking for a quick and easy holiday treat.. perhaps for those countless cookie/candy exchanges that always take place this time of year. I only make these in December because otherwise I would eat WAY too many and weigh WAY too much..

So.. here is what you need.. Snyders round pretzel peanut butter sandwiches (if you don’t have these find a pretzel that is small and flat,) rolos, and cashews.

Preheat your oven to 200 degrees (yep that’s it). On a cookie sheet place as many pretzels as you can, in rows.

Here is the most time consuming part. Start unwrapping those little Rolos and place one on each pretzel.

Put it in the over for about 3 mins. Just long enough to soften the Rolos.

When you take them out, this is where you will need to move fast. Place a cashew on top of each Rolo and push down just a bit. You need to work fast because the Rolos will keep melting and you don’t want them to fall of the pretzels.

After you have all the cashew placed, stick the cookie sheet in the freezer for 20 mins in order to set them.

That’s it! They are SUPER yummy, just the right combination of sweet and salty!


  1. Those look delicious! YUM!

  2. I tried these today, Kayla and Kade helped, the only thing I didn’t like was unwraping the rolos! 🙂 That took forever! tis good, yum-o!

  3. Yum!

    I can’t wait to try these with the munchkins!

  4. wow! this is a great idea..I will try this one day….anyhow, came from socialspark…landed here!

  5. Oh.my.hips. These sound soooooo good. What a great idea to use peanut butter pretzels. They sound really easy too.

    Thanks Tina!
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