- Most Helpful
- Highest Rating
My kids loved these and asked me to include them in my Christmas cookie baskets, so I made them up. They are really good!
Easy to make. Kids like to help. Great for Christmas too.
Easy and great for every holiday. Also good with peanut M&M's and peanut butter M&Ms
These are great! Kids and adults alike love then. I made them for a meeting and they were a hit. They are not for just Valentine's day but you can make them depending on color of M&Ms for any holiday. Red and green for Christmas, Pastels for easter, orange, red and brown for Halloween. Super easy and super tasty. We will make again. Thanks BAker. ChefDLH
I am only 10 and my mom said that i could make something on my own and i tried these. I have 4 brothers and 1 sister all of pretzel thingies were gone and i made 75!!!! These are AMAZING!!!!
Delicious! I used the chocolate foil "lilliput" eggs in place of the kisses, as it was just Easter and we have tons of those laying around! Also, didn't have m&m's so I used pecans and then drowned the final product in caramel ice cream topping. So yummy! (OH, and instead of cranking on the oven, I microwaved these babies on 1 min intervals at 50% power for 3 min and they were perfect!) Can't wait to share with friends tomorrow night!
Yum - easy to make for my daughter's class snack!
Easy, fast and the kids could help. A friend of mine used Hugs (Kisses with stripes) - very cute. I couldn't find Hugs so I used striped baking chips, about 5-6/ pretzel and they worked OK. We used Rold Gold ring pretzels. They were fine but most were more oval than round. Also, we used dark chocolate M&Ms.
Try adding a nut instead of the m&m. It really rounds out the flavor much better, plus it doesn't melt!
Quick, easy and tasty - thesea re going on my holiday trays! Thanks for posting a nice treat! KEEPER!! And so many ways to make them versatile too! **Went to market tag 2007**