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These sound delicious! I haven't had the chance to make these yet-into my cookbook it goes. Just thought I'd give a little tip to anyone that decides to make these with hershey kisses. They sell them already unwrapped in the baking section(with choc chips, etc.)

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pgserver6 February 09, 2004

What a fun snack! I think kids will love these. I could not find round pretzels so used the minis. Since they have 3 holes, I placed 3 hugs in a triangular shape and the pretzel fit over them just right. I also made some with regular Hershey kisses. These were just great! Thanks for a wonderful idea.

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Linda B January 15, 2004

These were really easy to make. I couldn't find the round pretzels, so I bought a bag of the sweet chex mix. It was filled with round pretzels! I made them just as the recipe stated. They tasted great. I was amazed by just how simple these were for something that was so good!

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Auvan October 26, 2011

These are delicious and so easy to make!! I love the salty taste of the pretzels combined with the sweet taste of the hugs :)

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nkoprince08 November 08, 2010

We tried this thee times and couldn't get them to work at all. It might have been that we live in Southern Mexico and the humidity was to high, or something. But what happened was that the kisses didn't melt at all. We tried various temp. settings, which only resulted in them burning.

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ANN N. October 25, 2010

I just made a batch of these using Candy Cane Hugs and green M&M's. Too cute! I'll definitely be making a bunch of these for our Christmas Party. I will also submitting a picture of these too once they are cooler.

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GourmetStamper December 02, 2007

Oh My! What a yummy treat! I used the Snyder's Peanut Butter sandwich pretzels and Reese's Pieces as other posters suggested. I probably should have melted them a few minutes longer as they don't really look like Owl's Eyes, but who cares...they are delicious!!

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southernmomma October 31, 2007

Yes those pretzel rings are hard to find!! I don't believe they make them. They do however make them in the traditional chex mix. I had to hand pick each ring out of the bag, but at least I have them! I will be making these for my halloween party and instead of m&m's I will be using reeces pieces!

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626851 October 25, 2007

Those pretzel rings are hard to fine!! We used mini regular pretzels. Placed the hug on top and continued the same. My husband made them the night before the party and we just let them cool over night. It was hard not to try them. I will admit I tried one about an hour after they were made, it was still gooey. still good then, but too messy. After the party, all we had to clean up was the serving tray.

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lea_petra October 21, 2007

Took these as a snack at the brownie meeting. they loved them and my "brownie" enjoyed making them.

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BJ September 10, 2007
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