Honestly is this even a recipe? Like really…it’s such a simple process, and an absolute TO DIE FOR snack. Now that I think of it…I’m beginning to crave this LOL! Anywho, this snack will become a favorite in your house with no doubt or double takes. I’ve taken this to parties, to dinners and I’ve even just had them for lunch…healthy, right? ;) EVERYONE will love it!!
So first off preheat your oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. You’ll need a baking sheet with parchment paper lining the pan for an easier cleanup in the end. Start spreading your pretzel knots or squares out on the pan. On top of the pretzels, stick a single Hershey kiss in the center.
Once your oven is preheated, you’re ready to go! Stick your sheet of chocolatey pretzels in the oven for three to five minutes or until the Hershey kiss is gooey in the center BUT NOT MELTED.
After the pretzels are finished baking, simply press a chocolate M&M in the center of the Hershey kiss that is gooey on your pretzel.
Obviously, you do not have to -but I do recommend- that once your pretzels have cooled and are back to room temperature, carefully transfer the pretzels to a freezer. I recommend freezing them for at least 1 hour so that the gooey, chocolatey goodness can harden back together and make one delicious pretzel snack!
Once your pretzels are finally finished…ENJOY this amazing treat! It absolutely hits your sweet and salty taste buds and leaves you begging for more!
For more fun with your pretzels:
Try drizzling caramel sauce on top
Putting mixed nuts in the middle instead
Cute sprinkles on top
Use the microwave if you can’t wait very long :P
For Valentine's Day- add heart sprinkles and drizzle caramel sauce and chocolate sauce on top, try using dove chocolate truffles instead of Hershey kisses!
I hope you enjoy! Let me know if you try this out in the comments below and tell me how you personalized them! This is such a delicious treat for even giving as a gift for upcoming Valentine’s day, EVERYBODY will eat them up within seconds! And now I know you’re wanting some yourself so…you’re welcome ;) Until next time…