We loved these for our holiday trays. Easy to make and look so cute. Loved them, thank you.
Yummy! I made these at Christmas time and they were a huge hit with everyone! I used milk chocolate, dark chocolate and candy cane kisses. The favorite was the dark chocolate and I have had to make a huge batch of them 2 other times since Christmas. These will be on my Bake List every holiday!
Made with Hersheys candy cane and also with Hersheys hugs for Christmas 2010. Very good and easy.
Thanks, Jacob and Charmie777! These were a hoot to make and are very yummy to eat! We used holiday shaped pretzels (the boot shape and snowman shape worked well, the stars and trees, not as well) and the Hershey's Hugs. Very pretty and so easy. Will keep this one in the "good recipe" binder. ~Messy44 Update - used parchment instead of waxed paper. The waxed seemed to stick on the cookie sheets. Also, the peppermint kisses are wonderful (I think they are called candy cane) but they take longer to melt. :]
Thankyou, thankyou! I made these years ago for my boys. I had forgotten all about them until my son asked how I made them. I had forgotten. Now we can make them together with the grandchildren!! Happy memories.
These are beyond addicting! They were devoured at my July 4th bbq. I can't imagine something so delicious would come from something so absolutely simple. You can put these together in no time at all and they look beautiful. I will make this very often, thanks so much!!
I love these. How simple was that?
We loved these tasty little treats. I decorated them with Halloween M&M's and everyone was popping them in their mouths like candy :)
Used the little sqare pretzels, milk chocolate kisses and peanut m&ms. Yummy! Looked great on the Christmas cookie tray and were SOOOO easy! It took closer to 5 minutes in my oven to get the kisses melty enough to squish with the m&ms. Might be my oven, though!